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Women who are shy about breastfeeding in public can practice how to feed discretely in front of a mirror to gain confidence. If the mother has to go back to work or school, she should not milkg out breastfeeding. Many women continue to breastfeed after returning to work or school. They exclusively breastfeed while on maternity leave then express or pump their milk to leave when they are separated.
If the mother continues to breastfed boons returning to work or hafe, her baby will be healthier and she will be doing something special that no one else can do for her baby. Some women choose formula for when they are separated and breastfeed when she and baby are together. Any breastfeeding is better than none. The breastfeeding mother has to change the way she eats. Most women can eat the same foods they are used to eating. The mother will make good milk no matter what foods she eats.
Mothers around the world eat spicy, flavorful food. Of course, it is gigls for the mother to eat a variety of nutritious foods to stay healthy.
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If the mother is sick, she has to stop breastfeeding. If mother gets sick, her baby has already been exposed to her illness and mother's milk will have antibodies to protect the baby. If baby does get sick, the illness is likely to be less severe. Mothers can breastfeed if they have a cold or flu. Most over the counter and prescription medications are safe to take while breastfeeding.
Women who smoke should not breastfeed.
All women are encouraged to stop smoking or at least cut down. It is better for the baby if the mother smokes and breastfeeds than it is if the mother smokes and does not breastfeed. It is the secondhand smoke that causes babies to have more health problems than what is passed through the milk. No one should smoke while holding a baby or in milkky car or the same room as a baby.
Mothers who smoke should time it for after a feeding, not before. Breastfeeding mothers cannot drink alcohol. Breastfeeding mothers can have alcoholic beverages occasionally. Women who abuse alcohol more than two drinks a day or binge drinkers should not breastfeed. Many women do not produce enough milk.
Milk is made whenever milk is removed from the breast. The more effectively the baby feeds, the more milk the mother will make. Mothers can exclusively breastfed twins and even triplets. Mothers naturally produce milk after babies are born and they need confidence in their own bodies. They also need information and support to manage breastfeeding in the early days. Small breasts can make enough milk for the baby. Supply comes from the demand. There are only two medical circumstances that may result in a woman having a low milk supply physical anomaly and hormone imbalance.
Some mothers have milk that is not rich enough to satisfy baby. Human milk has all the calories, nutrients and fats babies need. Because human milk is so easy to digest and newborn stomachs are so small, newborns feed 10 to 12 times giros 24 hours. Human milk does not and should not look like formula or cow's milk. Combination feeding ensures the baby is getting enough.
Babies are born to exclusively breastfeed. There is no milk until the third day after delivery. Milk is already in the breasts when the baby is born. The first milk is called colostrum see the next myth. Colostrum is measured in teaspoons, not ounces. Babies find breast havr easy to digest.
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The baby's body uses breast milk efficiently. Breastfeeding can contribute to birth spacing. Breastfeeding helps the mother's uterus hve contract reducing the risk of bleeding after birth. Breastfeeding lowers the rate of breast and ovarian cancer in the mother. Breastfeeding promotes a faster return to mother's pre-pregnancy weight. Breastfeeding promotes the emotional relationship, or bonding, between mother and infant.
It is easier to carry out than feeding formula; it takes no preparation; is always at the correct temperature, it is always clean and is always available. It is the perfect nutrition for boob.
Communicate information on the advantages mulky breastfeeding including health benefits, economic benefits, etc. Be sure to also discuss the risks of not breastfeeding. Answer any questions or concerns the woman may have. For example, some women do not realize that it is normal for the baby to lose weight in the first three or four days after birth and that this is not a reflection of how she is breastfeeding or the quality of her breast milk.
Women can still breastfeed while taking most medications, such as antibiotics, antiretroviral or TB medication. Some women may choose not to breastfeed. You should respect this decision, even if you disagree with it and support her to replacement feed safely. Babies do not get natural protection to illnesses. Initiating skin-to-skin contact and breastfeeding After birth, dry the baby. Use a blanket to cover both baby and the mother, to keep the baby warm.
When the baby seems ready, encourage boobbs mother to help hhave baby to her breast.
Some babies need encouragement to latch-on at this stage. It is important for all mothers to start skin-to-skin contact from birth as soon as possible following birth — preferably in the first hour. They should let their baby suckle when they appear to be ready. Some babies may take longer to start breastfeeding. As a health worker you have an important role in helping the mother to do this.
Early contact will help a mother to bond with her baby - that is, to develop a close, loving relationship. It also makes it more likely that she will start to breastfeed. Positioning and attachment To help a mother learn how to breastfeed first encourage her to get herself into a comfortable position.
Show her how to hold the baby straight, with both the baby's head and body turned to face her breast and with the baby's nose opposite her nipple. She should hold the baby close supporting the whole body, not just the neck and shoulders. Refer to breastfeeding aids and materials to help you become more familiar with correct positioning and attachment. Encourage and support women as they learn to breastfeed Observe the mother breastfeeding her baby and offer help and assistance if needed.
Look for s of good attachment and effective suckling slow deep sucks with pauses. If the attachment is not good, encourage the mother to reposition the baby. Show the mother how to take the baby off the breast, by inserting her little finger into the corner of the baby's mouth. Keep encouraging and reassuring the mother the whole time. Encourage her to reposition the baby until she feels comfortable and the baby is sucking well. Reassure her that there is no need to rush, even if the baby is crying.
REMINDER Correct breastfeeding positioning occurs when the baby's: head and whole body are well supported and held close to mother face and stomach face the mother ear and milky are in one straight line, neck is not twisted. Good attachment occurs when the baby's: mouth covers most of areola dark part of the nipple with some of the areola visible above the mouth mouth is wide open lower lip is turned outwards. Effective suckling occurs when: girl, deep have sucks alternate with chats of suckling no other sounds except swallowing withs are heard.
Exclusive breastfeeding All mothers should be encouraged to exclusively breastfeed their babies until they are six months old. Exclusive breastfeeding means that the baby is not given any other food or drink, not even water. They are only given breast milk. Make sure that you or boobs in the facility do not give the baby anything that will interfere with exclusive breastfeeding.
Tell her it is quite normal for a baby to feed up to eight times a day. Reassure the parents that there is no need to give the baby any other drink or food, not even water — breast milk has all a baby needs.
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Help the mother whenever she needs assistance and especially if she is a first time or adolescent mother or a mother with other special needs. Explain to the mother she should let havd baby finish the first breast and come off on its own before offering the second breast. Encourage the mother to start each feed with a miljy breast. For example, if the left breast is used to start one feed, at the next feeding start with the right breast.
If it is necessary to express breast milk, show the mother how to do this and show her how to feed expressed breast milk by cup. You may need to refer her to a trained infant feeding counsellor for this. Reassure the mother that her body will make enough breast milk to satisfy her baby's needs. Just because a baby mklky crying, it does not mean that she does not have enough breast milk.
A baby who is demanding more breast feeds may be growing. By allowing the baby to suckle more often, her body will produce more breast milk to meet her chst needs. Explain that the mother can provide all the breast milk her baby needs for the first 6 months and hoobs. Explain that the mother can continue breastfeeding if she has to return to work or school, either by expressing breast milk or feeding more often when she is at home.
Advise her to seek help or come back to see you if the baby is not feeding well or if she has any difficulties or concerns with breastfeeding, sore nipples or painful breasts. If needed, refer her to a miky infant feeding counsellor. Activity 1 variable To examine ways to improve how breastfeeding is supported and communicated to mothers.
In many bopbs facilities breastfeeding is supported in a of different ways. This activity is deed to get you and your colleagues to assess how you provide breastfeeding counselling and support, and what could be improved or strengthened.
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Gather the following information from ten women who have recently given birth. If you are working in a group, each group member should do the same.
At what point in pregnancy did the health worker discuss breastfeeding with them? Do they think these discussions should have started earlier in pregnancy or later, or was this the right time? Do they remember what was discussed with them?
Make a list of the different points discussed. Did they feel the information was clear and easy for them to understand? After birth, what advice and support was given to them to breastfeed their babies? When was this given? Was skin-to-skin contact promoted after birth the baby placed on the mother's upper abdomen?
How soon after birth was it started? Was ongoing support, advice and reassurance given to them? How was this given?
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Who gave them support and advice once they were home? Did they feel they had enough support and advice or did they need more? What additional support and advice did they mlky would be helpful? What are some of the barriers women face to exclusive breastfeeding and how can the health staff help them to solve these?
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Ask women for suggestions on how staff could better respond to their needs. Discuss the responses with the rest of the group working through this handbook if applicable. Do you need to do anything differently? How can you as a team better respond to the support women need to successfully breastfeed? With the manager, make a plan for any changes that should be introduced, including reviews to check on how you are progressing.
For example, you could carry out this activity again, six months after making changes to evaluate whether you have made any improvements. Our View Discussion of breastfeeding should start during pregnancy by asking women how they plan to feed the baby. At this time you do not need to overload women with too much information. Stick to the basic facts about the benefits of breastfeeding for the baby and for the mother. Talk to women about the benefits of initiating skin-to-skin contact as soon as possible following the birth preferably within one hour to facilitate early initiation of breastfeeding.
You should help the mother with the first breastfeed to show her how to position and attach the baby. Demonstrations are important as breasfeeding is a skill that mothers learn. Have dolls available to demonstrate position. Remember to provide as much support and reassurance as each woman needs - it will vary according to the woman.
Consider how you might be able to provide support and reassurance to women once they have left the health facility and are at home. Once home many women experience feeding problems such as engorged breasts or cracked nipples. Others may be pressured by family members to offer supplementary foods or drinks.
How can you work with women to overcome some of these problems?