Teach Mothers How To Breastfeed Their Babies Most Effectively

Many mothers wonder about how to effectively bottle-feed their babies when they are used to breastfeeding.
CK1 nutritionist. Vu Thi Thanh said:
"When babies get used to breast-feeding and start to switch to bottle-feeding, they must learn to gradually become familiar with new types of milk and learn to gradually familiarize them with new methods of breast-feeding".
How to bottle feed depends on your baby's age
Because babies are used to sucking breast, when switching to bottle, they must practice gradually from a little to a lot and need to coordinate with breast milk, but how to breastfeed bottles includes milk dose, the number of meals ... depending on the baby's month .
The amount of milk by age
The average amount of milk needed for babies is 50ml / kg / day (including breast milk and formula milk)


Milk meals by age
The amount of milk is divided into 8 meals, fed every 3 hours.


Teach Mothers How To Breastfeed Their Babies Most Effectively


Children 6 months of age reduced feeding at night and to 9 months then cut off their nighttime meals.
Children under 6 months can give 700ml to 800ml a day.
Children over 6 months can give 600 - 700 ml a day.
How to bottle feed depends on your baby's age
How to get your baby accustomed to bottle feeding
To get the baby to get used to the bottle at first (maybe from 3 days to 5 days depending on the ability of each baby), the mother expresses the mother's milk into the bottle to help them get used to the baby bottle.
When your baby is familiar with the method, he will gradually transfer breastmilk with formula (formula), mixed according to the instructions to the bottle (the amount of milk increased from 60ml to 80ml then 100ml).
The amount of formula milk for babies
In the case of normal mother's health, the baby can breastfeed while breastfeeding until the baby is 24 months old.
From 7 months to 24 months a day need 400ml - 500ml of formula (if still breastfed) and 600ml - 700ml if no longer breastfed

Over 24 months no longer breastfed every day children need 600ml - 700 ml.


Teach Mothers How To Breastfeed Their Babies Most Effectively

Babies under 6 months divided into 8 meals per day.
From 6 months to less than 9 months, it will be reduced to 6 meals a day and from 9 months onwards, it will be reduced to 4 meals a day (morning - lunch - afternoon - evening).
The amount of formula for children varies by age, weight
How to feed children by cup
After switching from breast-feeding to bottle-feeding, if possible, practice feeding your baby with a cup is best because it will make hygiene easier than bottle-feeding.
Hold your baby upright or slightly in their mother's lap.
Hold a small cup and put it on the baby's lips. Tilt the cup so that the milk reaches the baby's lips. The cup is gently placed on the child's lower lip, the edge of the cup touches the outside of the child's upper lip.
Mothers should pay attention not to pour milk into their babies' mouths.


Teach Mothers How To Breastfeed Their Babies Most Effectively

Only put the cup on the baby's lips and let him drink milk himself.
When the baby has received enough milk, he will shut up and stop drinking. If a child doesn't finish the calculated milk intake, he or she may drink more at the next feed or the mother may feed her more often.
Measure the amount of milk a baby eats in 24 hours, not just at each meal..

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