My baby is 25 days old. Is it safe or good for a baby to feed a bottle with breastfeeding?

shivani if you are breastfeeding why you want to introduce bottle?

Please don't use bottle...lateron they feel lazy to feed BM. Express milk and feed with spoon.

As my BM is not sufficient
lactation is not proper so i have to..

plz reply n guide me..

Anisha Agarwal Tamanna Shah Ujjwal Mishra(SuperMommy) Dr. Sakshi Mahajan please advice

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yes its totally safe..check my post on all about feeding through bottles

Hi Shivani,  first of all congratulations for new addition in your life.  Well breast feeding  is generally based on demand and supply rule.  More your baby sucks,  more milk will be there.  Don't worry.  You can try to increase lactation.  I would like to suggest you to take lactate capsules and Perinorm tablets after consulting your doctor. Try to feed directly as much as you can.  During night time,  you can use feeder  but keep feed your little one on your lap directly. Last but not least,  intake healthy and nutritious diet includes fruits, veggies, eggs,  chicken,  juices, soups, curd etc

Congratulations dear , nd no bottles plz try to feed ur milk only babies get nipple confusion nd once they get easy mill supply without sucking they tend to be lazy and stop bread feeding so better I believe no bottle even if you wanna feed fm use spoon or droper

Congratulations. Please stick to direct BF. if you are unable to sit for long or for any medical reasons if you are asking this then in market u will get little katori with beak. I don't know what is it called l. Use that but no artificial nipple.

please continue with breastfeeding. it is the best thing you could do for your baby

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