The Risk Of Yellow Returning To Babies Who Are Lazy To Breastfeed At Night?
Hello … I want to ask, I have a baby girl aged 2 months 17 days. Lately every night he sleeps on and is lazy to suckle. Her sleeping time is from 10 pm, just before going to bed she usually always feeds quite often. Various ways have been done to make the baby wake up. Tickled his feet, rubbed his face with wet tissue, opened his shirt while rubbing it so it was a little amused. I wake up, I just go to sleep again even though I have been offered nenen. Instead, she often cries hard, rebels and falls asleep again. Sometimes I want to breastfeed at 3 o’clock or before dawn. Which is my question, r n1. Is it dangerous if this happens continuously to my baby’s development? R n2. Still have the potential for babies to get jaundice? R n3. What are the other ways so that the baby wants to breastfeed? R nOiya … If in the morning to evening, breastfeed about 2-3 hours and the sleep pattern is still normal. Please explain … Thank you
From the info you convey,
1.With a condition where the baby is lazy to breastfeed at night while sleeping at night, then you can try to stimulate the baby by placing the nipple on your baby's lips, it is hoped that the baby's breastfeeding reflex will appear and can increase the likelihood of the baby drinking breast milk. This is usually done repeatedly, thus, in one breastfeeding period, the baby can drink about 20-50 cc of breast milk. However, this requires your patience.
If your baby does not wake up to drink breast milk, this is still within reasonable limits. So that after your baby wakes up in the morning or the rest of the day, you can give it every 2 hours. Thus ketukapan ASI still obtained.
2. If it is 2 months old, except for hepatitis infection, the risk of a yellow baby due to lack of milk does not occur.
3. If you put in an effort at dawn, and don't wake up, then you are trying to get breastmilk for the rest of the day. However, at night / early morning, you keep trying
5. As long as there are no complaints that make your baby fussy or anxious and there is weight loss, then this is still within reasonable limits.
Therefore, if you identify the complaint your baby is feeling, you can immediately consult your pediatrician.
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