We can also feed patients

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We can also feed patients

Dear Editor,

We have recently given birth to a child we have been expecting with great love. I have decided to breastfeed for as long as I can because I know how important this is for a baby. Not only does it mean relaxing your hunger, it also radiates my love and keeps you safe. because of an unexpected illness recently, my family doctor prescribed medication and advised me not to breast-feed during a fairly long treatment. I'm afraid this won't do much for the little ones, maybe my milk will run dry and I won't breastfeed after my healing. I'm very bitter.
Please let me know when I need to wean my baby and when I can breastfeed without having to worry about making my baby sick.
H. Andrbsn, Rings A family has similar problems. Breastfeeding in real very important for the baby, not just when everything is fine. Breastfeeding also helps a great deal in the case of weekly illnesses, as antibodies in breast milk can help overcome the disease, and breastfeeding provides comfort to the baby. However, it is important that you lie down, ask for help with your baby's care, and concentrate solely on feeding. Because the antibodies in breast milk protect the baby from being infected.
So, if you do not breast-feed, these antibodies will not be created and, as a result of the disease, the child will be more exposed to the risk of infection. Also, it is not sacrosanct if your pregnant mother is cold - you can breast-feed, but you should be careful to get more fluids than you can. In the case of chronic or more severe illness, it may be difficult to breastfeed. Sometimes the home doctor, with the mother's condition in mind, advises you to divorce your baby, and does so more than once without knowing more about the effect of the illness on breastfeeding.
Pregnant mothers do the right thing if they consult a specialist and listen to their advice and then decide whether or not to continue breastfeeding.


Your doctor may prescribe different medications during breastfeeding. It is possible that the active substance passes through the mother's digestive system into the blood, from there through the mammary glands into the milk and then into the small bloodstream through the child's digestive system. However, there are drugs that, although they are present in higher concentrations in breast milk, are active ingredients that are quickly cleared and not absorbed into the baby's blood. For example, a particular type of drug in a nine-month-old breastfed infant, who receives just less breast milk because of the introduction of papillary food, obviously works differently than an infant. That is why he was able to take every medicine and every situation it has to be done indoors and outdoors. In fact, it can be transmitted to almost any disease breastfeeding medicinesuch as antibiotics, painkillers, vaccines or whatever.


Your baby may be getting sick. A sick child needs the presence of their mother, as separation would mean extra burdens besides bearing the disease. In many hospitals today, the mother is picked up next to her baby and allowed to breastfeed her baby. Even if the 24-hour room-in cannot be redeemed, you should still try to spend more time with your baby and not to interrupt breastfeeding.Also ask if your mother is suffering from any illness. The situation is reversed. The best solution would be for the baby to be able to take it to the hospital, but only a very few facilities are available. In this case, the solution can only be if the baby is brought in by the relatives during the feeding period to ensure breastfeeding.

Enjoying agents

This combination would not be complete if we did not talk about different enjoyment drugs and drugs. The mother should try to live a sustained life during breastfeeding. Although caffeine is consumed with alcohol, babies generally tolerate it, but there are also some who are overly excited, anxious about the amount that goes into the bloodstream with breast milk.> Do not drink alcohol! Alcohol changes the breast milk, the baby turns away from the breast. It will also make it harder for you to refill your milk and reduce your milk volume.
Nicotine also has an unfavorable effect on milk cream. Smoking can cause slow growth, restlessness, vomiting, diarrhea in the suckling baby, and more frequent upper respiratory illnesses and allergies.

Things to watch out for

  • It should be noted that a you can take medicines while breastfeeding ask and get the mother.
  • Ask for approved drugs, do not try ъjakkal.
  • No drug is more beneficial than a combination of different formulations.
  • Lehetхleg not dissolved in alcohol take medicine.
  • If you need to take your medicine once a day, if you have it, it should be after the last breastfeeding, take it before long breastfeeding.
  • THE header does not diminish concentration of the drug in breast milk.
  • If you need a short breastfeeding break during your treatment, you should still milk, but discard the milk and provide the baby with breast milk or formula earlier.

When not to breastfeed?

Just there are few maternal diseases, which is why we do not recommend breastfeeding. For example, very rare HTLV-I virus infection, hyperlipoproteinemia, a metabolic disease, and a cancer that are treated with chemotherapy. Breastfeeding should be discontinued for a short period of time in some illnesses, but breastfeeding should be done carefully.