In many cases, breastfeeding, which is best for the child and the mother, stops breastfeeding because of some hardship.
The most common beliefs about breastfeeding
1. If I put on too much at first and leave it on for a long time, my nipples will sag and slough.NO!
There is no such matching! Newborns need more than two months, not just minutes, but a long time to be sure to get enough milk! The nipple is mainly for breastfeeding purposes, and, apart from a few exceptions, it can cause bruising, but it can be caused by one of the following reasons: not getting it enough the nipple does not open the mouth normally (this can happen, for example, when the nipple is massively applied to the slightly opened mouth). Sometimes the baby dies anatomically adottsbugs they cause temporary bruising, and sometimes it is when the mother suddenly kicks the nipple out of the baby's mouth. So there are many reasons why, but that the wake is not caused trouble, rest assured!
2. Ask for luck if I have milk.
Most of the success lies in the practice of breastfeeding according to the biological standard. The biggest problem is trying to "regulate" breastfeeding based on some imagined or well-thought-out system, or possibly years of information. One of the most fundamental keys to success, for example, is that from birth very often, give your baby the opportunity to breastfeed every time before breastfeeding.Note for the signs of effective breastfeeding when your baby is genuinely heart-wrenching, and not just cum in your breast. Of course, you should also cum, as one of the many benefits of breastfeeding is that it can satisfy your baby's natural need for cumulation, soothe, and soothe. But in the early days, when it may be too light, for example, due to the urgency, you should pay attention to sucking frequently!
3. If I don't relax enough, I won't have milk!
Although fatigue, overwork or sensation that you have not slept at all, it is very bad, but it does not hinder milk production. Rather, you have to high levels of stress hormone inhibit milk delivery, that is, to get the milk produced by the baby. When you feel relaxed, calm and exhausted, you can feel that you have more milk. And indeed, inner peace also radiates to the baby, who is more comfortable, relaxed, persistent, and long-lasting, thus facilitating proper milk production. So relax if you can! Sleep too much can help a lot, but harassment, internal resistance, unfortunately, worsens the situation.
4. I can't eat certain foods because I have the baby.NO!
You can ignore the awesome lists that are circulating and often given to your mother during your pregnancy, with peace of mind. While it is true that certain substances may appear in your milk from the food you consume, this is not a problem at all, the purpose of which is probably to give your baby a taste of foreign proteins, such as tiny quantities of breast milk. You should not inflate foods, eat fresh fruits, raw vegetables, lettuce, onions, garlic! You can eat almost anything with values, and even the ones that you forbid are good for, because they provide your body with the right nutrients and vitamin supplements. In addition, taking carbohydrates and sugars while on the move can be very detrimental to breastfeeding if you suffer from PCOS or insulin resistance. If you feel something worthy of your baby, skip that one thing for two weeks, and see if the baby thinks about the symptom he or she brings with him or her. If not, it makes no sense for you to give up on it for months.
5. To have milk, I have to drink a lot.
Fortunately, the thing that does not work is that what we cook does come out of our breasts. If you had, you would have already been breastfeeding in areas where there is hardly any water to drink, so your daily fluid intake is quite low. However, there are many such places on the Feldberg. Try as much as you can, it's just enough! Your natural thirst usually comes when you are breast-feeding and starts milking. Then the baby beats rhythmically, and most often it feels like they are thirsty. Therefore, you should always prepare yourself a glass of water, chilled fruit or green juice, or possibly cold tea if you are ready to breastfeed. So you certainly won't drink too much.
6. The baby's weight can determine how much you should breastfeed.NO!
Very deleterious, unnecessary exercise measuring the amount of milk sucked because it often leads to unnecessary milking. Whole breastfeeding babies have been found to have a high density of milk sucked in a single day: 400 to 1200 milliliters, but in the first one to two weeks it is often less than 400 milliliters. The newborn's stomach is small, and the quantities sucked gradually increase. At first, measure the weight of your naked baby daily or every other day, at least after breastfeeding. This will tell you whether you are on the right track or asking for help. You should reach birth weight by about ten days of age, and then weigh at least twenty grams a day. If these conditions are met, there is no need to update.
7. To have enough milk, do not breastfeed too tightly.NO!
This is also one of the most basic misunderstandings. The rarer you breastfeed, the less milk you will have. If the milk does not run out of your breast, and does not get enough breastfeeding or milking stimulation, your production will decrease. At first, you must be sure you are breastfeeding. But if your baby is growing well (see point 6), then you have nothing to worry about. It's normal for a young baby to spend a lot of time on her breast. Shorter as it evolves and your needs change, it will change too! For women who have low breast storage capacity, a reduction in breastfeeding frequency may result in not producing enough milk. Therefore, only be careful with the balancing attempts, and of course, we should not be too late to the beliefs of the dead!
For more information, see the author of this article, The Breastfeeding Manual. For example, you are wondering if it is harmful to breastfeeding, or whether it is possible to induce a baby to breastfeed frequently.