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Question: Hello. meri baby 4 months ki h. wo totally bm leti h. 3 din se wo mera dudh kam piri h. jab bhi usko pilati hu to thoda as pi k reject krdeti h.. mai Kya karu. plz help
Answer: Hello dear yeh normal hai kabhi kabhi bacho ka mood swings hota hai.. But try kijiye every two hours ko feed kijiye.. Is age aapke baby Har ek breast Kam se Kam 10 minutes tak Pina jaroori hai.. Aur pilane ke burp lijiye
Question: Hello frnds meri baby 4 month complete hone wali h. use feed krwate time in wo suck krti h to pain hota h ye kis liye ho rha h.pls suggest
Answer: You may develop sore nipples in the first few days or weeks of breastfeeding if your baby is not getting enough of the breast into her mouth during nursing.
Use good positioning if you need to help the baby.
Sometimes mothers are advised to stick a finger in the baby’s mouth, unlatch him, and start over.
Mothers with sore nipples often want to space feedings out as long as possible-Feeding the baby as soon as he seems hungry will make it easier to work on getting a good latch every time.
Express a little milk onto the nipple and let it air-dry there.
As much as possible, expose the nipples to the air so they will stay dry and heal.
if these didnt work take the doctor suggestion.
Question: hi...meri kamar mai bht pain hota h isliye raat ko jab bhi mera 1 month baby uthta h mai usko late kr bm feed krati hu is se baby ko koi prblm to nhi hoga plzzzz btaye....
Answer: baby ko breathing problem ho skti h.. aur usko suck krne m bi jyada zor lgta g.. better h baith k feed de.
Question: Hello all... Plz give me good advice... My baby is 7 month old.. Mai kisi reason ki vajah se brest feed nai kara pai.. Ab mai usko feed karane ko try kr rahi hu... Pr wo nai peeti hai mai kya karu... Mujhe bhot guilty feel hota h mai dubara kaise usko feed karau
Answer: Hello dear
Relactation is the name given to the process of rebuilding a milk supply and resuming breastfeeding at some time after breastfeeding has stopped.
Following are the tips:
1. It can be slow-going and requires dedication.
2. Provide enough stimulation to the breasts.
3. Try to breastfeed ur baby.
4. See when baby is drinking.
5. Watch your baby’s diapers to help you know how much milk he or she is getting.
6. Focus on success over a week or so, rather than day by day.