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You said earlier that you can breastfeed even when you have completely stopped feeding. How to do it?


Even if you stopped breastfeeding a few months ago, you will probably be able to squeeze a drop of fluid from your chest. Your milk system has not completely stopped. Resuming breastfeeding after you have stopped breastfeeding is called relaxation. Women who have never given birth have been nursing adopted babies, and this is called induced or induced lactation. The first is easier than the second.
The three principles of light breastfeeding apply here:
• Proper attachment of the baby to the chest
• Supply and demand
• Confidence
The goal is to persuade your child to play a role. If he now feeds completely from a bottle, he could temporarily forget his natural ability to breastfeed, and he needs to be reminded. Some babies can easily resume breast sucking, while others need to be gently persuaded. The most difficult period comes when you want your baby to suck a lot to stimulate milk, and he still needs enough food to be full. He should be hungry enough to fully suckle, but not so hungry as to get irritated when there is still not enough milk.
All children are different. Some bottle-fed babies attach well to their breasts. Others get so used to the bottle that they do not want to work near the chest. Ask someone to support you morally and practically in the early days: for example, a relative or friend could help around the house, stand in line for groceries or look after your other children. You will need to spend a lot of time at the very beginning with your child.
• Put the baby to the chest more often, at least 10 times a day.
• Offer your baby a breast whenever he wants to eat. Never give breasts by force; try to remind him how pleasant breastfeeding can be.
• Make sure that your position and attachment to the chest are correct and comfortable for both of you.
• Whenever possible, keep your body in contact with the body of your child, even when the child is sleeping.
• Do not use the dummy.
• If you are bottle-feeding or cup-feeding, gradually reduce the amount of milk at such feeds as your milk arrives.
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