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The basic rules for successful breastfeeding.

WHO / UNICEF recommendations are met. Every woman should know that her milk is the most complete food for her child in the first 6 months of life, and according to individual observations, during the first year of life. Therefore, she should strive to follow the rules of successful breastfeeding in order to ensure the health and best conditions for her baby to grow and develop his body. · The joint maintenance of mother and child in the same ward. · The correct position of the baby in the breast, which allows the mother to avoid many problems and complications with the breast. If the mother did not teach this at the maternity hospital, she should invite a breastfeeding counselor or child care instructor and learn this specifically. · Learning to properly attach includes not only the correct position of the breast, but also the mother’s ability to control the baby’s behavior on the breast and to take the breast properly. · Feeding at the request of the child. It is necessary to put the baby to the chest for any reason, giving him the opportunity to suck on the breast whenever he wants and how much he wants. This is necessary not only for the satiation of the child, but also for his psychoemotional comfort. For psychological comfort, the baby can be applied to the chest up to 4 times per hour. · The duration of feeding is regulated by the child: it is not necessary to tear off the child from the breast before he himself releases the nipple, if he is holding the breast correctly. If the baby in the process of feeding has changed the situation and took the breast incorrectly, it is necessary to take the breast and again offer the child to take it. · Night feedings of the child provide a steady lactation and will protect the woman from the next pregnancy to 6 months in 96% of cases. In addition, night feeds are the most complete. · Lack of supplementation and the introduction of any foreign liquids and products. If the child wants to drink, it should be more often applied to the chest. · Complete rejection of nipples, pacifiers and bottle feeding. Sometimes one bottle feed is enough to stop the baby from taking the breast correctly. If necessary, the introduction of an additional feed should be given only from a cup, spoon or pipette. Each use of the bottle causes confusion in the child’s manner of grabbing the breast. · Do not shift the child to the second breast before he sucks the first breast. If the mother hurries to offer the baby a second breast, he will not receive the late milk, which is rich in fats. As a result, your baby may have problems with digestion: lactase deficiency, frothy stools. Prolonged sucking of one breast will ensure proper functioning of the intestines. · Elimination of washing the nipples before and after feeding. Frequent washing of the breast leads to the removal of a protective layer of fat from the areola and the nipple, which leads to the formation of cracks. Breast should be washed no more than 1 time per day during the hygienic shower. If a woman takes a shower less often, then in this case there is no need for additional breast washing. · Refusal of frequent and control weighings of the child, carried out more often 1 time per week. This procedure does not provide objective information about the usefulness of infant nutrition.
It only irritates the mother and leads to a decrease in lactation and the unreasonable introduction of the supplement. · Elimination of additional milk expression. After 2-3 weeks after birth, with properly organized breastfeeding, milk produces exactly as much as the baby needs, so there is no need for pumping after each feeding. Senturing is necessary in case of forced separation of the mother from the child (for example, the mother leaves for work, etc.) · Up to 6 months, the child is exclusively breastfed and does not need additional feeding and feeding. For individual studies on breastfeeding, without prejudice to his health, he can stay until he is 1 year old. · Support for mothers who breastfeed their children up to 1-2 years. Communicating with women who have a positive breastfeeding experience helps the young mother to gain confidence in her abilities and get practical advice to help with breastfeeding. Therefore, young mothers are advised to contact maternal breastfeeding support groups as early as possible. · Training in child care and breastfeeding techniques is necessary for a modern mother so that she can without any hassle with the convenience for herself and for the baby to raise him up to 1 year. Breastfeeding counselors can arrange care for a newborn and teach a woman how to breastfeed. The sooner a mother learns motherhood, the less frustration and unpleasant moments she will suffer along with the baby. · Save breastfeeding until the child is 1.5-2 years old. Feeding up to 1 year is not a physiological period of cessation of lactation, therefore, when weaning, both mother and child are affected. The correct position of the child in the chest. The first condition for successful feeding is the correct position of the baby in the breast, which greatly facilitates feeding, ensures milk flow and helps prevent inflammation and cracking of the nipples, as well as engorgement of the mammary glands. Let us list the signs of proper feeding: The position of the mother and the child’s body The mother is comfortable, she is relaxed. The body of the child is pressed against the mother, facing the chest. The head and body of the child lie in the same plane. The child’s chin touches the breast. The reaction of the child The child takes the breast when he is hungry. When touching the breast, the child opens his mouth and seeks to seize it. The baby is licking the breast. The baby does not release the chest. Emotional proximity Mother is calm, sure. Mother looks at the child, strokes him, in addition to “skin-to-skin contact” “eye-to-eye” contact Breast condition Skin looks healthy. The nipples are swollen, stretched forward. During feeding the breast seems round. After feeding the breast is soft. The sucking mouth of a baby is wide open. The lower lip is turned out. The tongue is curved around the chest. Cheeks are round. The areola is more visible above the child’s mouth. Slow deep sucking with pauses. You can see or hear swallowing. The child himself let go of the chest
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The basic rules for successful breastfeeding.

  1. Basic rules for breastfeeding
    The possibility of breastfeeding Nursing can all! Breastfeeding in the presence of a living and healthy infant is impossible only when there is no mother or she has both mammary glands removed. Biological mother can feed twins, and even triplets, without using additional feed up to 5 months. Even twins and triplets can grow exclusively breastfed up to 4-5 months.
  2. Keys to successful breastfeeding
    For thirty years of our help to mothers and children, we have noticed that mothers who do the following have the most successful feeding experience: Surround yourself with friendly friends. Nothing separates friends as different views on the upbringing and nutrition of children. Surround yourself with friends who inspire confidence and respect your choice in raising and feeding a baby. Remember you quite
  3. Ten steps to successful breastfeeding (for hospitals and maternity homes)
    1. Have a written description of breastfeeding, which is usually communicated to all staff. 2. Teach all staff the skills needed to implement breastfeeding policies. 3. Inform all pregnant women about the benefits and skills of breastfeeding. 4. Help mothers begin breastfeeding immediately after birth (after half an hour).
  4. Guidelines for successful breastfeeding from the American Academy of Pediatrics
    The following is an excerpt from a breastfeeding statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics. 1. Human milk, with very few exceptions, is the preferred diet for all babies, including prematurely born and weak babies. The final decision on feeding the baby belongs to the mother. Pediatricians must provide parents with complete and accurate information about
  5. What are the basic rules for the successful introduction of complementary foods?
    • Breast milk remains an important part of the nutrition of children for the entire period of complementary feeding! • Choose the most appropriate time of the day for complementary feeding (i.e., when the child is hungry or most willing to eat). Preferred in the morning. • To prevent a decrease in the production of breast milk, let's feed after breastfeeding! • Any product for feeding start
  6. Breastfeeding: the onset, duration, and practice of exclusive breastfeeding
    Due to the lack of comprehensive and comparable data and unified international definitions, it is difficult to make any general statements about the prevalence of breastfeeding in the WHO European Region. Data on the percentage of breastfed babies, shown in Fig. 8, taken from various sources (27). These data must be approached carefully: survey methods
  7. Maternal breastfeeding support group in Samara. Breastfeeding the most important issues, 2014

  8. FEEDING SCIENCE: WHY BREASTFEEDING?
    We often wonder why some mothers do not breastfeed. From our point of view, breastfeeding is a natural continuation of relationships that began in the womb. Maybe some women are convinced that breastfeeding does not really matter. Having studied Chapter 1, you will understand the benefits of breastfeeding for both the mother and the baby. We believe that if you rate
  9. When do babies need more than one breast milk and how long should the baby be breastfed?
    Feed your baby exclusively with breast milk up to 6 months of age. At about 6 months of age, all babies, along with breast milk, need extra food, but ideally continue to breastfeed for up to a year and
  10. Breastfeeding support
    POLICIES AIMED AT SUPPORTING BREASTFEEDING In 1989, the World Health Organization and the United Nations Children's Fund issued a joint statement on the role of mother services in protecting, promoting and supporting breastfeeding. This statement provides the most up-to-date scientific knowledge and practical experience in organizing the EB in the form of accurate, universally acceptable recommendations.
  11. Breast-feeding
    During the first 6 months of life, babies should be exclusively breastfed. This means that a practically healthy baby should receive breast milk and no other food or liquid, such as water, tea, juice, cereal decoction, animal milk or infant formula. Exclusively breastfed babies or babies in
  12. BREASTFEEDING AND HIS ALTERNATIVES
    All babies should be exclusively breastfed from birth to about 6 months, but in any case during the first 4 months of life. It is preferable to continue breastfeeding even after the first year of life, and in populations with a high prevalence of infections, the continuation of breastfeeding can benefit the child throughout the second
  13. Breastfeeding Alternatives
    Usually breastfeeding is the best way to feed infants. Nevertheless, there are situations when it may be preferable or it is necessary to replace breast milk with any alternative. In addition to the contraindications briefly described above, circumstances arise where, despite all efforts to continue breastfeeding, the mother cannot maintain lactation for
  14. HEALTHY BREASTFEEDING
    The food you eat affects your milk. Breastfeeding can be an incentive to help improve your eating habits or continue the healthy diet you started during pregnancy. In this section, you will receive information about nutrition and nutrition-related issues. We want you to be healthier and thinner after you’re finished breastfeeding. Many mothers say
  15. THE ROLE OF THE FATHER IN FOOD FEEDING
    Maybe this is not obvious, but the fathers' role in ensuring that the mother is successful is extremely important. Sadly, most fathers go to all antenatal classes, except for breastfeeding. Many fathers feel out of a tight breastfeeding cup. They observe mothers building close symbiotic relationships with the newborn, and they want to know if there is any
  16. BREASTFEEDING IN THE MODERN WORLD
    Work and breastfeed? We will show you how. Want to combine breastfeeding and bottle feeding? No problems! In 1998, the highest rates of breastfeeding were recorded, as its advantages became known, and more and more mothers find it possible to breastfeed their baby, despite the difficulties of living in the 21st century. In this section, you will learn how
  17. Exclusive or partial breastfeeding
    Exceptional breastfeeding means that the baby does not receive any other nutrition than breast milk does not even take a pacifier. If the child is given vitamins or ritual food in small quantities, either water or juice, this is almost exclusive breastfeeding. Partial breastfeeding means that the baby is partially on the breast, and partially on the artificial
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