|The amount of the thick/sticky nutrient rich milk is not enough and does not satisfy the child’s hunger||The thick/ sticky nutrient rich milk also known as the mother’s first type of milk is sufficient for the child’s stomach size which does not go beyond 20 ml in the first few days. This type of milk is considered as a child’s first vaccine due to the high amount of antibodies fighting against microbes.|
|Breastfeeding hurts at the beginning||Natural Breastfeeding does not cause any pain if the child is placed in the right position when in contact with the breast. The mother should make sure that her child’s body is in direct contact with her own body and that the infant’s mouth is opened for a good flow of milk through the tits with his lower lip facing downwards.|
|My milk is not enoughs||20.10.2015Natural Breastfeeding is subject to the law of demand and supply with no time limits (like breastfeeding for a duration of 10 min only or for every 2 or 3 hrs.); therefore, it is recommended to breastfeed the child 8 to 12 times per day. Make sure that the child empties the milk content of the first breast before moving to the second and don’t be afraid of the dependence of the milk content on the size or form of the breasts.
|Giving the baby a bottle of baby formula aids him/her to sleep during the night||Studies comparing the sleeping patterns of a breastfed child to a child taking baby formula have proven that there is no discrepancy concerning hours slept. However, what is most important and utterly dangerous is that a child’s stomach is not ready to digest the components of the baby formula, which in turn will lead to nausea, acidic reflux, and eventually vomiting.|
|The mother’s milk becomes similar to water once the child trespasses the age of 6 months||A change occurs in the content of the mother’s milk with the child’s aging to fit with his/her nutritional needs, and thus continues in providing the child with a wide range of nutritious substances and antibodies through the act of breastfeeding.|