What is allergies? Allergies are the reaction of the immune system to a substance that has been inhaled, ingested or injected into the body. The immune system interacts with the allergen by releasing histamine and other chemicals, leading to symptoms such as nasal and respiratory congestion, itching, runny nose, dry throat, diarrhea, and rashes. the reasons Most allergies are often genetic, although allergies may vary among children in a household. […]
It is also called infant colic which is screaming or screaming a lot and for long periods that may be more than three hours a day without any apparent reason ‘colic is spread among infants at a rate of up to 3 of 10 children and the rate is not different between boys and girls. Symptoms Bouts of crying and screaming with redness of the face and pulling the legs […]
It is very common among infants. The appearance of reflux is part of the milk from the mouth after feeding in different quantities, which bothers many mothers and raises a lot of questions about what this phenomenon – especially for the similarity of symptoms with the symptoms of vomiting – and the extent of their reflection on the child’s development and health and what is the best way to deal […]
What is jaundice? Jaundice (yellow) is a condition that causes discoloration of the skin in yellow and white eyes. If you press your finger on the nose or chest of the white-skinned child and have jaundice, you will see this yellow color. If your baby is dark-skinned, you can see yellowing in the eyes or in the gums. The most common type of jaundice develops on the second or third […]
ike so many things with children, you will need to listen and observe. If you hear a loud voice during lactation, it means that it takes a lot of air. To help your child swallow less air, carry your child at a 45 degree angle. Taking into account the tilt of the bottle so that the nipple and bottleneck are always filled with milk.
There is no healthy reason to heat the milk first, but your child may prefer it. When you are ready to feed your child, you can warm the bottle in a container with warm water – not hot or boiling -. If your baby is used to breastfeeding temperature, such as room temperature or a little cold, you can save time and hassle from heating your baby, especially when he […]
Breast milk and artificial milk can be mixed in the same flask, but it is not recommended simply because you do not want to waste one drop of precious breast milk during. Generally, the best way is to feed your baby first and then take one or two ounces of formula milk.
Before first using new bottles, nipples, and shutters, sterilize them in a bowl of boiled water for at least five minutes. Then expose them to dry air on a clean towel. After that, clean well in hot water with soap or through a single cycle in the dishwasher.
Most experts agree that you should not have a specific feeding schedule in the first few weeks, but you may still be able to feed on a rough schedule within a month or two. Put your breast or bottle every 2-3 hours at first or if your child is hungry. So that your child weighs about 4.5 kilos, and may take 1-3 ounces per meal. Do not force your child […]
Even before birth, the milk of your breast is already present. “The colostrum that I produced in the fourth month of pregnancy is milk, but we generally point to the presence of milk when the milk flows and its milk and milk components change and the quantity increases even if you do not breastfeed. Milk (prolactin) starts working, so whether your baby breastfeeds or does not breastfeed, the milk will […]