Few days old baby

Question: hii....I delivered baby boy on 11 september Through operation....i want to ask that due to my operation i could not feed my child for 3 days ....N he got addicted to drink milk with spoon...Wat to do that he should start breast feed...Whn ever i try to give him nipple he refuse n cry a lott ...So atlast i hve to make him with spoon....Wat to do...Experts plz help ....

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Answer: Hie Offer your breast when your baby is calm before he cries for hunger that would be the time your baby would be willing to accept changes It would be a gradual process if your baby still didn't adapt to it then you might have to go for spoon
Answer: Let him cry but make him take breast milk.. Don't give him spoon.. He will eventually take nipple in his mouth he's just 5 days.. I hope breast milking..
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