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Question: What is the correct month to stop mother feed

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Answer: Hello dear It is best to breastfeed ur baby till 6 months but mostly women feed their baby till 1 yr and some may even feed their baby till 2 yrs.
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Question: when to stop the mother feed and how
Answer: Hello You can stop now doctors suggest till 2 years wch u r already close to. Babies are hard wired to breast feed you cannot switch very easily to a bottle. But the weaning process will take time and is not impossible the best way to do dis is to a replacement with a better tasting option. Limit ur nursing sessions so the baby feels hungry that way u it will also help u with solid food feeding. Go slowly as he is use to breast feeding don't cut it immidiately. Involve his dear daddy, let his daddy put him to sleep that way u ll be away n bottle feeding gets a chance. Make a decision and stay on it as u feel so bad for ur baby u ll go back to feeding fulltime then u ll have to start the weaning process again Hope I helped
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Question: When is the correct age of baby to stop feeding
Answer: It is best to breastfeed ur baby till 6 months but mostly women feed their baby till 1 yr and some may even feed their baby till 2 yrs.
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Question: Hi madam,my son 16months .when he eat the Dal he was suffering with motions. Mother feed can l stop. Or it's better to give the mother feed.i consult the doctor stop the mother feed that docter said
Answer: There is no problem in mother ' s feed. Please keep on feeding the baby. Also try giving Dal after some days and stop it for now.
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Question: What is correct time to stop Brest feeding ?
Answer: It is up to you and your baby to decide when the time is right. However, it is recommended that all babies be exclusively breastfed for six months, then gradually introduced to appropriate family foods after six months while continuing to breastfeed for two years or beyond. Few of the steps are: Offer a bottle in the evening after the regular feeding to get him used to the nipple. Start with a small amount of breast milk – about half an ounce. Try a slowf-flow nipple. Let someone else feed him the first bottle. Try to be out of the house.
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