40 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi , mera baby 3 month 1 week ka h .....maine sb try kia bm badhane k liye..lactaways, lactare, protein powder, jeera,methi ,dalia, doodh, lehsun,papaya ,daal etc etc...par bm daily kam hota ja ra h ...baby mera bhukha rehta h ....wo fm milk bhi ni pita h turant vomit kar deta h...spoon se v try kia ni pita h ...bottle to ekdum ni pita uska nipple hi ni leta h ....mai baut pareshan ho gai hu....dr. K paas jao wo bolte h bm hi dijiye... Ni hota bm kya karu.. Wo bhi sirf right side hi pita h left side nipple hi ni bane h .....plz help anyone kya karu mai ]

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Answer: for nipple formation-take the nipple between ur forefinger n middle finger. it should b placed in the mid of the fingers. this way it wud b easy for ur baby to suck n ur nipple would b popped out in few days as baby will get the milk more efficiently
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Question: i feel so bad ki me apne baby ko breastfeed ni karparau hu nipple short hone k wajse mera nipplr suck ni karra baby i tried all syringe try kia sujan aagae breast mein nipple sheild try karne se doc ne mNa kia hai breast pump use karti hu bm nikalne k liye toh ab wo b paani jesa milk ara h n itna ni ara n weigh ni bada raha bBy ka toh doc ne formula milk dene bola h every 2 hours its too painful for mother ki wo apne bache ko breast feed ni kara pati😢😢😢
Answer: There is nothing you do before your baby’s birth to change the shape of your nipples, but since you know in advance what you are dealing with this time, you should be able to avoid some of the problems you had with your first baby. How much difficulty a flat nipple presents to a nursing baby depends on the size and shape of the nipple, as well as the baby himself. If you have a strong, healthy, full-term, vigorous nurser, he may be able to draw out the nipple and latch on effectively without much trouble, even if it is flat. If your baby comes early, is small, or very sleepy, he may have more problems nursing. The size of the nipple is also a factor. Large flat nipples are usually more difficult for a newborn to latch on to than smaller nipples. Once again, a larger, stronger baby will probably be able to handle large, flat nipples better than smaller ones.
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