Mums. Stagnation, cracks, mastitis

NewbornA 1st attack, which is waiting for mums with untreated breast - cracks. Frightened of this and weaning is not indispensable. Cracks can be greased with limited ointments, oil decision of vitamins A, Vitaon, apply especial protective silicone pads on the chest. Earlier warm-feeding must be water-washed, usually in a few hours when a face on the nipple zagrubeet, cracks are.If a child has breast "on require", he cheerful, happy, rule and actively sucks, my mum rarely occur congestion in the chest. Normally this happens to those who get natural milk in sharp contrast with a demands of a baby. Here is just pumping plays a negative role. Following all, you can disengage until such milk, which is enough for some babies, and one kid will not eat it. How a result of a fact that there is a lot of excess natural milk may appear stasis or mastitis.At a time of the establishment of lactation should attentively monitor the condition of the breast. Earlier each feeding massotherapy a chest with a base to a direction of a nipple. If you find a seal, give the child sucking out this particular chest to have rid of the seals, lactostasis. Now sells a variety of homeopathic remedies and variant ointments to help women cope with lactostasis if it all still showed up.Much worse if lactostasis moved to mastitis. Here without a doctor's help is indispensable. Keep in mind that to stop breast-feeding at this time is not necessary.  Similar posts:Attractive mumNewbornMoms. Dining nursing momNewbornTeething in childrenBaby.



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