Question:My breast nipple is very small , with that my baby was lacting,tell me how to increase breast nipple size
Answer: Hello dear
It is very difficult for a newborn baby to latch flat and small nipples. But there should not be any problem with breastfeeding. Most newborns can latch on to flat nipples without much of a problem. And, as long as your baby can latch on to your breast properly, he or she will be able to draw your nipples out.
There are lots of techniques that are useful in dealing with flat nipples. These include:
1. Using a pump to draw out the nipple before offering it to the baby.
2. Stimulating your nipple with a cold compress to make the nipple protrude.
3. Pulling back on the areola before you latch the baby on.
4. Finding a nursing position that allows you to support your breast and the baby’s head while working on the correct latch.
Question:My belly size is very small iam 7th month now
Answer: Hii The important thing to remember, is that there is no right size for your bump. All women, and all pregnancies, are unique. Bump size can be influenced by lots of factors, including: the number of pregnancies – first pregnancies tend to be smaller bumps because tummy muscles are tighter the number of babies – women carrying multiples often have bigger bumps the amount of fluid – it’s not just baby in there, the amount of fluid in your uterus could also affect your bump size the baby’s position – you may notice that your bump changes shape each time your baby changes position your posture – your bump may look bigger or smaller if you stand in certain ways Your body structure - height, weight, hip size etc