What Is The Cause Of 2-day-old Babies Do Not Cry And Do Not Want To Suckle?
Congratulations Sre. What causes a 2-day-old baby to not breastfeed and not cry? Even though on the first day, it was just as ordinary as a baby in general.
Hello Merlin, Thank you for the question.
Have you checked your child's condition to the child's specialist doctor again? Is your baby born premature or full term? Are you having a normal labor or Caesarean section?
Newborns will usually need several days to want to breastfeed. In addition, drugs used during labor can affect the baby, including pain medication given by your doctor if you have a Caesarean section. These drugs can affect the lust of a baby and cause the baby to feel drowsy. This condition is normal and your baby will usually want to breastfeed on days 2 or 3 after giving birth or until the effects of the drug on your baby's body are exhausted.
However, there are also conditions that cause your baby to have difficulty breastfeeding, for example:
premature birth infection with high bilirubin levels hypoglycemia congenital heart disease You can still try to breastfeed your baby. Make sure your breastfeeding position is comfortable and appropriate so that your baby can breastfeed properly. If your baby is still not breastfeeding until tomorrow or if your baby looks weak, has a high fever, does not urinate at all, you should immediately consult a pediatrician for examination and further handling.
Please also read the following article: How to breastfeed properly
I hope this helps.