The first week of a baby’s life is rich in skin surprises. On 2-4 days after birth, physiological jaundice of newborns may appear. This is an increase in the blood of indirect bilirubin. Physiological jaundice is a transient, self-passing (not requiring treatment) condition, which affects about 50% of full-term newborns and 80% of premature infants.
In addition, toxic erythema of newborns and infant acne may appear and disappear in the first week. Often this is a cause of concern for mothers and, as a result, a strict diet that does not cure any of these conditions. The first month, and especially the first week, is the time for the infant to adapt to new food. If in utero the baby was fed through the umbilical cord of the mother, then after birth it abruptly switches Continue reading
Do I have enough milk? ”Is the question that young mothers often ask. If your baby is healthy and growing well, there is no reason for concern. However, if you are still worried about milk production, it is best to consult a specialist as soon as possible. If everything is in order, he will be able to reassure you. In addition, you will not be in vain to feed the baby with a mixture, because of which milk production can really decrease.
Reasons for a lack of milk
Some mothers do not produce enough breast milk for medical reasons, which include: Continue reading
The beauty of breastfeeding is that everything you need is always at your fingertips: you can feed your baby wherever you are, and the temperature of the milk will always be as it should. But although there is nothing more natural than breastfeeding, the very idea of doing this in front of everyone, especially for the first time, can cause some concern. It doesn’t matter if you worry about what others will think or not, our tips will help you prepare for this event.
If you are confused by the prospect of breastfeeding for the first time in a public place, practice at home Continue reading