Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

After the birth of the baby, many young mothers have many questions about the care of the baby.

When for the first time you can go for a walk with a baby, is it possible to walk with a baby in the winter season? And how is it better to feed the baby, according to the schedule or on demand? UAUA.info, president of the Ukrainian Association of Neonatologists, Tatyana Znamenskaya, answered all these questions.

What is better for mom and baby feeding on demand or on schedule?

In particular, I am an adherent of the old school. If the mother is healthy and has no problems, she can feed the baby on demand. But all the same, over time, she will form a feeding regime on average in 2-3 hours, and this already gives an opportunity to do something else.

When the child eats at least once every 2-2.5 hours, the mother immediately has a break to recover. Because endless breastfeeding when there is no milk is very difficult. Therefore, in each individual case, a nursing mother should consult with a pediatrician, who will tell you how to properly restore strength.

If mom does not rest and eat fully, then she will not have milk products. And with the problem of lack of milk should help the doctor. He should establish control of the feedings and see how much milk the baby eats in one feed from one breast.Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding - Image №1

If a baby sleeps after nursing and is not naughty, it means that he is just enough. If the child, after eating from one breast, is not full, you need to give him a second breast. But you need to be careful in this matter, because the cause of anxiety of the child can be not only hunger, but also colic or something else like that.

When can you first go out with a newborn baby?

A child at a temperature of up to -10 ° C should be taken out in any weather, because the child needs oxygen and fresh air. Immediately after the mother and child were discharged from the hospital, you can go for a walk, but only in the case of the warm season. First, the walk should be 20 minutes and every day we increase another 20 minutes. In the end, the child can walk in the summer up to 8-9 hours. This is due to the fact that the temperature in the house and on the street is almost the same.In autumn and early spring, walking up to 2 hours in the morning and evening is enough.

Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding - Image №2It is possible to walk with the child in the winter time at a temperature of up to -10 ° C, because it is considered to be a sufficiently comfortable temperature, which will not lead to the cold of the child. It should also be borne in mind that the child sleeps better on the street than at home.

The more time a child is on the street during the daytime, the more vitamin D he gets. And he, in turn, prevents the occurrence of rickets. Therefore, summer children never get sick with rickets, and winter children are stronger.

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  • Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding

    Newborn Care: Walking and Feeding