Parents often reassure their infant-soothed babies, although many experts fear that pacifiers may have a negative effect on breastfeeding. However, a summary study found no correlation between dummy and successful breastfeeding.
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However, the review did not provide information on whether the soother could cause breastfeeding difficulties, such as nipple cracking, and whether it had a negative impact on the health or development of that the participants were randomly selected, not based on specific criteria, so they did not primarily include the parents of the children of graduate mothers.). The primary concern with pacifiers is that you can help milk production by reducing the amount of time you spend on your breastor that because of the low heart rate in the so-called pacifier, the infant is unable to effectively expel breast milk, which can lead to cracking and inflammation of the mother's nipple"Because we have no data on the effects of cumulation on the health and development of babies, we do not recommend that mothers should try to soothe the baby if they have another chance - say" baby or baby " Dr. Jacqueline J. Ho, a researcher at Penang Medical University in Malaysia, and author of the analysis.Lori WinterA member of the American Board of Pediatric Breastfeeding, said: "Everything can be temporary. The pacifier can hurt breastfeeding in the first few weeks, but there is no information available about this period. to be taken into account, for example, that many mothers have been involved in carrying babies by this time, and that some have been on the job again. " World Health Organization opposes giving breastfeeding to babies in the hospital immediately after childbirth (this is the ninth among the Initial Fire points of the Baby-Friendly House), and several studies have generally shown a correlation between the use of pacifiers and early breastfeeding. However, these studies do not explicitly prove that dummy causes breastfeeding problems, or that women who have difficulties with breastfeeding or are less motivated to read breastfeeding are in the first place.
Experiences of the Breastfeeding AdviserReneng W. W. Renvta Breastfeeding Specialist IBCLCIt is indeed difficult to design and perform an assay where other factors besides cumin do not influence the result. However, breastfeeding counselors often find in everyday practice that pacifiers are particularly harmful in the following situations and that after leaving, the situation improves significantly, even if the problem is solved. A dummy the most common consequence is poor milk productionthat often comes with inefficient breastfeeding techniques, BECAUSE1. If milk seems to be low: The dummy, as we have seen above, shortens the time spent on the breast. Not only so-called comfort breastfeeding, when the baby is just cuddling on her breasts, but it is also common to see that she is less likely to breastfeed because her mother does not breast-feed her but with her soother. In this case, the mother assumes that it is not long enough for the baby to be hungry, so give her a dummy. However, this is especially when it comes to growing jumps or when your baby needs more milk, and prevents you from breastfeeding and stimulating milk production.2.If your nipple is broken and your mother wants to relieve the suckling: The soother does not solve this problem because, contrary to popular belief, the cause of wounding is never the length of time spent on the breast, but other factors, such as fungal infections, Because of the anatomical features of her mouth, such as her tongue, her breastfeeding position is inadequate. The pacifier requires the baby to have a language that is just like breastfeeding. So you can help your baby try to tongue while breastfeeding, instead of trying to get a nipple. Tongue twitching can cause bruising of the nipple because the hard pushes against the palate and the suckling is also very effective.3. The pacifier keeps the baby clamp in an abnormal position: the hard pushed object between the barrels does not allow the clamp to close properly and improperly holds. Because the baby is born with very fast developing bones, this often leads to malformation (open bite) and also hinders good breastfeeding.
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