Similar Questions with Answers
Question: My son is 9 months old. He drink milk only from left breast, he doesn't like to drink milk from right side of breast coz of that my right breast is smaller than left. Wil it create any problem?
Answer: One of the main rules of breastfeeding is to feed from both the breasts at every single feeding session. Your baby may have found a preference to your left breast but you have to make sure to feed from both breasts at each feed so that your baby gets a proper intake of fore and hind milk and your breasts remain the same size.Also feeding your baby from one breast only can cause engorgement or milk duct block in your other breast! For now, what you can do is try to start your feed on the right breast, so your child tends to feed on it properly especially since he will be hungry during the start of the feed, and then move to the left breast.
Question: My baby suffering from breast swelling ..and right breast looks redness..wat to do now..im warried about this
Answer: In case your baby may be running a high fever and also has swollen breasts for a few days. This is required to be reported to your doctor without any delay on your part.
In case you notice that your baby’s breasts have any kind of redness or excessive swelling or your infant has breast lump on one side, this may be alarming and you must head to the hospital at once.
Question: My water level 8my baby weight 2.200g is this normal
Answer: dear your amniotic fluid is less which is not good In order to increase amniotic fluids you will have to take a 8 to 10 glasses of water daily, you can also take coconut water once a day. Amino acid sachets to be taken with water are advised by the doctor. . By this time the baby's weight should have been 2.9 grams