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Every third mother experiences a problem with breastfeeding, most of them complaining that too little milk comes from a recent home survey.
Habrombo is a mother who is having trouble breastfeedingAlthough physical problems with breastfeeding are statistically common, affected mothers often have social problems. with expectations and guilt they also struggle if they cannot breastfeed properly. However, the most important thing is that the baby is healthy: if breastfeeding cannot be guaranteed, the supplemental method should be used for the healthy development of the baby. The environment, they dare to use formula, and start feeding sooner or go for cow's milk. However, cows' milk can be extremely dangerous for babies before the age of 1, as their digestive systems are still not well-developed. The first 1000 days of life megfelelх tбplбlбsa kulcsfontossбgъ, akбr milk, akбr tбpszerrel tцrtйnik not only in childhood, but szбmos felnхttkori nйpbetegsйg kialakulбsбnak the kockбzatбt also csцkkenti.A 0-6 hуnapos csecsemхt szoptatу йdesanyбk tцbb than half a kьzd nehйzsйggel the szoptatбs sorбn the problйma and every third anyukбnбl kйsхbb Most people complain about too little breast milk, but also common problems with inflammation of the breast, dilated or inverted nipples, and poor milk production. Breastfeeding also makes it difficult for affected mothers to cope with social contempt.There may be a number of reasons if a mother can't breastfeed: Eating poorly, inadequate fluid intake, or initial natural concerns can be easily helped, but serious illnesses, post-partum depression or increased weight loss, despite all efforts of the mother, breastfeeding may fail. As the baby's development and health are always the most important consideration, they need to introduce nutritional nutrition. "- he called attention Dr. Polgбr Marianne, Pediatric Gastroenterologist, Executive Member of the Hungarian Pediatric Gastroenterology Society.