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Question: Plz any one can tell the procedure of GTT test
Answer: GTT means glucose tolerance test..they test our glucose levels...the procedure is first they will take a blood sample of ours and check the glucose levels... after that they give us a glucose powder and ask us to drink.. later they take our blood samples 6times on regular intervals..and check the glucose levels..if the first and the last levels are same then their is no diabetes in your blood..if it is more than 110 u have to follow medications suggesed by your doctor..I hope my answer is helpful for you
Question: tips for storing breast milk
Answer: ,hii Below are the tips to store breast milk Use sterilised bottles To keep the breast milk away from any bacterial growth always use sterilised bottles to store it. Keep your breast pump clean If breast pump is not clean then it can lead to bacterial growth in the milk which Will spoil it quickly. Always keep your hands clean When storing the milk make sure that your hands are properly washed to prevent transfer of harmful germs. Keep away from eggs and meat Uncooked foods can result in quick bacterial growth which can spread to the milk as well, so store the milk in separate sections. Room temp. Milk has to be given to baby as soon as expressed if kept in room temp. U can hear people saying that at 25 'drgree temp. It can be safe but still it can have bacteria and affect ur baby. Better freeze it and whenever u needed to feed use double boiler method to warm the milk.never warm it directly in stove or microwave.it will lose it nutrients. All the best
Question: Plz tell me the ways of storage breast feeding milk..
Answer: Hi! Expressed breastmilk remains good in the fridge for up to 6 days. You can store it plastic baby bottles provided a flat cap and airtight/stainless steel containers/Silver glass with cover etc . To heat the milk, I used to keep half cup water in microwave for 1 to 2 minutes and then I keep the bottle in the cup for 1-2 minutes to warm the milk. Breastmilk absorbs heat real quick. Hope this helps!