The Cause Of Children Aged 3 Months Do Not Want To Breastfeed?
Pgi, I am a hyperthyrod sufferer and I have an ankle of 3 months, but lately, my ankle is a little lacking, what I’m asking is there any connection with the hyphythroid, he doesn’t want to be weak ???
Your desire to continue breastfeeding is a very good thing and should be appreciated because breast milk is the best food for babies, especially aged 0-6 months. I understand your concern because your baby won't breastfeed. The condition of the baby not wanting to suckle can be influenced by the following factors:
The position of breastfeeding is uncomfortable for the baby or the attachment between the mouth and nipples of the mother is not optimal Confused nipples in babies who were previously accustomed to using pacifiers or pacifiers Babies are very sleepy or very tired with excessive stimulation There are distractions such as no sound, objects, or light that can attract the baby's attention Decreased milk production so that the baby is not satisfied or even the flow of milk is too heavy so that the baby is easily choked The influence of breast anatomy, for example, the nipple is flat or goes in so that the baby has difficulty breastfeeding The baby is sick, thrush, will teething, nasal congestion, ear pain, nausea, Abdominal pain after immunization To help the baby want to suckle again, you can do the following tips:
Try to stay calm and not panic in front of the baby. Change the breastfeeding position that is more comfortable for you and your baby. Drink plenty of water and consume healthy food to increase milk production. Apply a few drops of breast milk around the nipple when you want to breastfeed. Do skin to skin more often. Note whether the baby looks painful, canker sores, wounds, or teeth that will grow If you still do not want to suckle, you can express your milk and give it to the baby by using a spoon or cup feeder slowly If the various tips above the baby still does not want to suckle, or the baby become weak, or lose weight and have difficulty rising, you should consult directly with your pediatrician or with a lactation counselor so that you can be maximally assisted so that the baby will breastfeed again.
Hope it helps you,