Learn to judge whether a newborn is cured or full
Because some babies will continue to inhale for 10 minutes after inhaling milk, and some babies just like to suck and play.
It is not possible to accurately determine whether a baby is crying or not, because babies often cry for other reasons.
So how do you know if your baby is full?
The first trick: Look at the weight of the baby and use it to determine whether the baby is full.
If the baby is awake and in a good mood, happy, and gains weight day by day, it means that the baby is full. If the baby gains weight slowly and excludes the possibility of certain diseases, then it usually means that the baby is not considered to be fullFull.
The second measure: When you listen to the crying, the baby does not leave the breast for a long time. After breastfeeding, the baby cries. This is a sign that he is full.
The third trick: look at the way of feeding. The baby can sleep quietly after feeding. It will not cry until the next time.
Or sometimes sucking for a while, spit out the nipples and cry, without gaining weight, this is a manifestation of the baby’s insufficiency.
If you are struggling with milk and fall asleep shortly after sucking, less than 1?
Waking up and crying for 2 hours, or sometimes sucking milk, this is also a sign that the baby is not full.
The fourth measure: Look at the abnormal bowel movements, constipation and diarrhea.
Normal stool should be yellow ointment.
When the milk is insufficient, the stool will become secretive, thin, green, or increase in frequency with less discharge each time, which is a manifestation of the baby’s insufficiency.