Question: My baby is 2 months old and is on both breast feed as well as formula feed. When can i start to feed him formula milk with bottle?
Answer: Hello dear, you can start now, you can give 90 to 120ml per feed 4 to 6 feed a day to ur baby . Rest try to give breastmilk if possible as it is the best thing to have for baby growth. Kindly make sure to sterilise the bottle after every use and make the milk after reading a proper qty instruction. Don't use the formula milk after opening the packed of 3 weeks. It get expire after that.
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Question: I have less milk. m giving formula milk. can I give it with bottle. before I was feeding with spoon. now I am feeding with Philips bottle. is it safe for baby to feed by bottle?
Answer: Here are some concrete things you can do:
Breastfeed your baby. This one step will help you avoid chemicals in bottles.
If you bottle-feed your baby, avoid plastic bottles and choose bottles made of glass or stainless steel.
If you prefer plastic bottles, the AAP recommends bottles labeled "BPA-free" or plastic bottles made of polypropylene or polyethylene. (They're usually opaque or colored rather than clear and are marked with the recycling numbers 2 or 5.)
Note: Don't put any type of plastic in the microwave or dishwasher, and don't use boiling water with plastic items because high temperatures can accelerate the release of chemicals from the plastic. For safe cleaning, use a nonabrasive sponge or bottle brush, scrub with warm, soapy water, and rinse well.
Avoid hand-me-down plastic bottles or bottles marked with the recycling number 7 or "PC" (for polycarbonate) because they may contain BPA. If you do use polycarbonate bottles, don't boil, microwave,
To warm a plastic bottle with formula or breast milk, place it in a bowl of warm water or run it under warm water.
Get rid of baby bottles and sippy cups that turn cloudy or are scratched or cracked. Worn bottles may leach chemicals more easily