hi.. frm two three days i m facing a prblm..my child dnt wanna drink nan pro 1..he strtd cryng..i usd to burpng him also..i m gvng breastmilk along wid nan..coz my brstmilk is nt sufficient fr him..

Maybe he prefers your milk. I ll let the expert address this. Do continue to feed. Are you sure your milk isnt enough? There are ways to increase

yup..i knw my milk is nt enough..actualy aftr 10 days of his birth 800 gm wt lose n doc admittd him..latr on we cm to knw dt due to improprbreast feeding..i also wanna gv xclusv breast feding to my child bt unfortunatly ..btw nw aftr 2 months of delivry cn we increase breast milk..actualy i realy dnt want him to loose weight..plz help

babys birth k 15 din me weight lose krte hai..
uske baad wazan bathtaa hai..
or baby ko nan se zyada breastmilk achaa lagta hai..
or agar aap kaa milk usse enough nhi hoga to he will cry.
isliye ho ske to usse breast feeding kraao..
or he will be 5 mnthz old..thn start go give raagi..

After 6 mnths u can start giving him liquids

nan Pro is not mandatory at all...Did your pediatrician ask you to give alongside breast milk?

Dear Anamika, the more you Breastfeed your baby, the more milk your body will produce. For a new born baby you should be nursing every 2-3 hours. It is important that your baby latches well. He should be able to suckle effectively. You should get it checked with a Lactation consultant, if you are not sure. When you give formula milk, your baby takes less of your milk, which results in lowering your milk supply. Eat a well balanced diet. This will help you with increasing your milk supply. Most importantly - stay calm and relaxed, especially when Breastfeeding. This will help with let down of your milk.

yes peditrician suggst me

btw thanks evryone fr ur valuabl suggestion

I agree with above mentioned suggestions

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