Feeding Talk 2

After giving birth, it is difficult just to stand in the kitchen.
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What about NG food and drink?

First, avoid drinks and foods that contain alcohol.

Avoid eating high amounts of salty instant foods and caffeine-rich teas, coffees and chocolates. In particular, taking caffeine before breastfeeding can make your baby fall asleep.
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What is the best food for breastfeeding? NG too! Affects your baby? | Supervised by a nutritionist
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How to store breast milk

We will explain the correct method of freezing and refrigerating breast milk and the storage period.

[ Preservation of breast milk]
Freezing method

Keep it tightly closed in a clean container.

When properly stored in a household freezer at around -15 ° C, it can be stored for up to 6 months. However, for low weight children, the storage period should be within 3 months.

* If breast milk is stored frozen, the taste of breast milk will change. Your baby may stop drinking.
Refrigerated storage method

Store in a clean container, as in the case of freezing. The maximum storage period is about 24 hours.
Preservation NG matters

There are many things you should not do from a hygienic point of view and from the point of view of preserving ingredients.

Refreezing and refrigerating
Reuse of leftovers
Warm the baby bottle in the microwave
Warm above the baby's body temperature when thawing
Leave the thawed milk at room temperature

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How to store breast milk! Frozen / refrigerated / room temperature. Preservation period and how to warm | Supervised by a nutritionist
Breastfeeding problems Q & A

While breastfeeding, you often get confused as to “Is this okay?” Or “Maybe NG?”
Q. Mom caught a cold

A. It is said that the virus and bacteria of the cold will not be transmitted to the baby through breastfeeding. However, talk to your doctor or pharmacist when taking cold medicine.
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Cold while breastfeeding! Will it be transferred to the baby? What about over-the-counter drugs? What department is the hospital? | Doctor supervision
Q. My baby doesn't breastfeed

A. There are many possible causes, such as breastfeeding posture and “nipple confusion” that is not the fault of the mother.
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Newborns don't breastfeed! Cause and remedy. What should I do? | Doctor supervision
Q. When the baby swells and regurgitates

A. It is said that babies about 3 months old are more likely to regurgitate due to their underdeveloped stomach. There is also the possibility of overdrinking breast milk, belching, and illness.
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Measures for regurgitation of newborns! How long will it last? Every time, when there is a large amount? | Doctor supervision
Q. My baby has constipation

A. Lack of milk can cause your baby to run out of water, leading to constipation.

Relieving constipation includes supplementing milk and sugar water and abdominal massage.
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How to get rid of baby constipation! Is the cause breast milk? Cotton swab stimulation and massage | Supervised by a nutritionist
Q. My lump hurts while breastfeeding

A. The cause may be a buildup of breast milk or a bent duct.

Solutions include changing the way your breasts are fed and having your baby suck a lot, or a massage.
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How to remove lumps while breastfeeding! When it doesn't hurt, what to do when it hurts | Supervised by a doctor
Q. My baby has breast milk jaundice

A. Breastfeeding jaundice is more likely to occur during breastfeeding and is not a pathological jaundice. If you have breast-fed jaundice, you can continue breastfeeding.

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