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H. Jones, Web Content Writer
Answered: Nov 11, 2018
A baby is expected to gain weight throughout the first year. In order for this to happen, the baby must be healthy and be drinking its milk. If the baby is not growing at the rate that it should...Read More

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Jumbo
Answered: Apr 10, 2020
Rooting reflex

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John Smith
Answered: Apr 10, 2020
Lack of weight gain
Less then 6-8 wet and 3-4 dirty diapers per day average

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Pdrakeuccs
Answered: Apr 10, 2020
Wait until the baby opens his mouth wide.
Hold the baby s face level with the mother s breasts.

To successfully latch the nipple and surrounding areolar tissue, the babys mouth needs...Read More

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Pdrakeuccs
Answered: Apr 10, 2020
Help the mother get comfortable.

All of these options are important, but the first step is helping the mother get into a comfortable position for breastfeeding. She will not be able to...Read More

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Pdrakeuccs
Answered: Apr 10, 2020
Hold her baby near her nipple.
Talk with the baby while making eye contact.

Swaddling the baby is more likely to make him drowsy than it is to make him alert. The smell of milk may...Read More

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Rflude
Answered: Apr 10, 2020
8-12 times

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Charleenc
Answered: Apr 10, 2020
She should have her DH/SO give the bottles instead of herself and leave the house during this time.
She should use a slow flow nipple.

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Pdrakeuccs
Answered: Apr 10, 2020
The mother states that she is in a lot of pain.

Mothers who are in lot of pain or are suffering from anxiety or fatigue may have inhibited secretion of oxytocin. Insufficient oxytocin...Read More

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Pdrakeuccs
Answered: Apr 10, 2020
Put a pillow in her lap for the baby to rest on.

In the cross-cradle position, the babys head sits in the mothers hand instead of her elbow. Instead of moving her own body to bring the...Read More

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Charleenc
Answered: Apr 10, 2020
Push the baby s head gently into her breast. When she unlatches, refuse continue that nursing session.
Pinch the baby s nose briefly. When she unlatches, refuse continue that nursing...Read More

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Pdrakeuccs
Answered: Apr 10, 2020
Caretakers tend to encourage the baby to finish each bottle of food.

Feeding every 3 to 4 hours is a typical feeding schedule that does not increase the risk for obesity. All formula has...Read More

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