infant feeding, breast feeding
Even if you're a mother who can't breastfeed, make sure to feed her herb milk. Breastfeeding is not as easy as it seems because newborn babies are not good at sucking milk and their mother's breastfeeding is often not smooth. After a month or so, when the mother's nutrition and emotional stability are achieved, the baby's breastfeeding becomes more skillful and the amount of breastfeeding is well matched, and the breastfeeding begins to get caught regularly. These days, formula milk has many products that are close to breast milk, so if it's inevitable, you don't have to insist on breast milk alone. At the age of one month, babies eat more, and in case of artificial breastfeeding, they usually eat six times a day every three hours or five times a day every four hours. It's better to delay the interval to about six hours at night. However, there are differences between babies, so you may want to breastfeed several times in the middle of the night until you are two or three months old. It can be a habit to breastfeed a crying baby unconditionally, so be careful, but if the baby wakes up from hunger, breastfeed it. The breastfeeding time is appropriate for about 15 minutes and should be completed within 20 minutes at the most.
It's a yellow and dark breast milk that comes out right after delivery, and it becomes mature after about a week. It is ideal for a baby's first meal because it contains high protein, immune material, and vitamin A, low fat and lactose, digest well, and has diarrhea.
General formula is as follows. Reference is good, but the amount of breastfeeding varies depending on the babys age and weight. The formula is based on the amount of calories needed per day, the amount of water required, and the calories of milk.
Calorie requirements: 110 (110 – 120)kcal/kg Water Demand: 150 (130-160) mL/kg 100mL of milk = about 70kcal
0-1/2 months (3.3 kg): 80ml, 7-8 times 1/2-1 Month (4.2 kg): 120ml, 6-7 times 1 - 2 months (5.0 kg): 160ml, 6 times 2 - 3 months (6.0 kg): 160ml, 6 times 3-4 months (6.9 kg): 200ml, 5 times 4-5 months (7.4 kg): 200ml, 5 times 5-6 months (7.8 kg): 200-220ml, 4-5 times
Feeding with breast and powdered milk (mixed breast milk)
If breast-feeding is enough, you don't necessarily have to feed it together, but if your mother is weak or has a disease, you have to feed it both breast-feeding and breast-feeding. When mixed breastfeeding, the baby needs to be adapted to the artificial nipple, which starts with the first breastfeeding and is usually adapted by breastfeeding when the baby is hungry during the day. When refilling powdered milk, feed breast milk first to increase the weight by 30-40g a day on average, urinate more than seven times a day, and in the first month, make up for the lack of milk powder at least once a day.
Also, if the baby's feces are small, or if the color is brown or blue, make up for the baby's low breast milk. But in normal cases, breast milk is enough, so don't add powdered milk easily. Being sucked into babies often is the best stimulant for breast-feeding and secretion, so patience is needed for sufficient breast-feeding.