The Baby’s Stomach Is Dropping
My child’s doc is 6 weeks old and has a drop in his stomach when breastfeeding, is it dangerous? But my child did not cry at that time
Thank you for the question.
Mobile phones can have varying weights, so if you hit the baby's stomach, the effect can be different. Frequently, if the collision does not involve high altitude and high speed, and the baby does not experience any complaints after the cell phone hit, this condition is not dangerous. You need to be vigilant if after a cellphone hit, your baby will experience some danger signs, such as bruising or swelling in his stomach, open sores, vomiting, very fussy and difficulty sleeping.
However, even though frequent cellphone falls are harmless to babies, you should still avoid this action happening again. When breastfeeding, keep your baby from dangerous objects, which can fall on his body. Better, you focus more on staring and inviting your baby's interactions, rather than visiting with other activities. In this way, the emotional closeness between you and your baby can be better, breast milk production will often be smoother.
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