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Thursday, May 10, 2012

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sagging breasts, is a myth that is not proven true. Presenter Sophie Navita, who breastfed her two children to say, the myth is not true. Sagging breasts, she said, because pregnancy causes hormonal changes."Breast Shining, it's because of hormonal changes in pregnant and not because of breastfeeding. If you do not want Shining, ya do not get pregnant," said Sophie in the Main Category "Back to the ASI, A Wise Choice", in Senayan City, Jakarta, Saturday (9 / 8) afternoon.In a guide book that propagated by the World Vision Indonesia, mentioned 45 myths and facts about breastfeeding. Want to know? This is a myth (M) and the fact (F) is* M: Breast-feeding causes sagging breasts. F: Breast sagging is caused by increasing age and pregnancy.* M: Breasts are small, it can not produce much milk. F: small and large breasts are equally able to produce more milk.* M: Breast with nipple sets can not breastfeed. F: Putting sets do not mean it can not breastfeed, because the baby suckling at the breast, not on the nipple.* M: The first milk (yellowish) is not good for babies. F: The first milk (colostrum) is the best substance for the baby.* M: colostrum / first milk is sour milk. F: Colostrum contains antibodies and proteins are very rich.* M: Exclusive breastfeeding means may not provide food, others may. F: Exclusive breastfeeding means giving only breast milk alone, others may not.* M: Exclusive breastfeeding means should not give formula, others may. F: Exclusive breastfeeding means giving only breast milk should only be, others may not.* M: exclusive breastfeeding can not be done if the mother works. F: Working mothers can still exclusively breastfed.* M: Up to age 6 months, breastmilk alone is not enough for the baby. F: All a baby needs until 6 months of age are met by breast milk alone.* M: Bananas can cure diarrhea in infants. F: Food solids can not be processed by the gut babies up to age 6 months.* M: Bananas can clean the baby's gut. F: Bananas can not cleanse the bowel damage the baby but, because the baby's gut has not been able to make food until the age of 6 months.* M: Milk formula is as good as breast milk. F: There is no any other liquids that can replace breast milk.* M: Milk formula to create more healthy. F: Only when administered up to 6 months of exclusive breastfeeding makes babies healthier.* M: For brain development, infant formula better than milk. F: Breast milk contains AA / DHA that is essential for brain growth.* M: The combination of breast milk and formula is best for babies. F: What is best for babies up to age 6 months is only receiving breast milk alone.* M: If breastfeeding is not smoothly or not can be replaced with formula milk. F: If the milk has not or is not smooth, the baby still has the stamina (not hunger) to 2x24 hours from birth, which is carried in the womb.* M: If the milk has not come out, there's no point in feeding the baby. F: If the milk has not or is not smooth, the baby still has the stamina (not hunger) to 2x24 hours from birth, which is carried in the womb.* M: While breast milk has not come out, the baby may be given formula milk or honey. F: Delivery of food other than breast milk increases the risk of disruption of the gut of babies who are not ready.* M: So the baby is not yellow and not a fever, can be given food or drink before the milk out. F: a yellow baby should receive more sunlight in the morning and more often breast-fed.* M: If the baby continues to cry her milk means less. F: Babies crying not hungry.* M: Mothers who drink lots of milk, will produce more milk. F: The amount of breast milk is not affected by food or beverages consumed by the mother. The more often the baby feeds the more milk is produced.* M: In order to produce more milk, she should be eating lots of vegetables. F: The more often the baby feeds, the more milk is produced.* M: If the mother is sick, the baby will be infected through breast milk. F: When sakita, your body makes antibodies that are also distributed to infants through breast milk so the baby will not hurt.* M: Mother's lack of vitamins can not breastfeed her baby. F: She's thin though it may produce more milk as long as frequent breastfeeding.* M: Breast-feeding should not be done while lying down. F: Breastfeeding can be done standing, sitting or lying down.* M: Babies who are sick should not be fed. F: Babies who are sick have more frequent breast-fed.* M: Delivery of water to the newborn until the age of 6 months will not hurt. F: Delivery of water to the newborn until the age of 6 months would only meet the baby's stomach, thus reducing the space for much-needed baby milk.* M: Newborns need to be given tea in order to have power. F: Delivery of tea water to infants from birth to age 6 months would only meet the baby's stomach, thus reducing the space for much-needed baby milk.* M: After giving birth, the mother is too tired to be able to breastfeed the baby. F: Except in emergency situations, new mothers can breastfeed their babies immediately, hugging and nursing infants are relieving pain and fatigue mother.* M: Newborn babies can not feed themselves. F: Babies have a strong instinct for seeking the nipple in the first hour after birth.* M: Breast milk has not come out on the first day after birth. F: While it is not felt, the colostrum (first milk), will come out immediately after birth. Are few, but enough for the baby's needs.* M: There is no point in feeding the baby since birth. F: Colostrum is a fluid rich in antibodies and other important substances that should have a baby. Babies who are breast-feeding would directly stimulate fast milk out.* M: The baby should be wrapped and warmed under the lights for two hours after birth. F: The baby chicks instead. Warmth is best for babies obtained through contact with the mother the baby's skin to skin, because the warmth of the mother's body can adjust to the needs of the baby. Baby skin to skin contact mothers make milk come out faster.* M: The first breast milk / colostrum is very little, so that the baby is hungry and crying. F: The first milk was slightly, but enough to satisfy the baby's stomach can only hold a total of 4 teaspoons.* M: Babies cry, certainly because of hunger. F: Baby crying can be caused because they feel uncomfortable, insecure, feeling sick, and so on, not hungry.* M: Babies cry because of hunger needs to be given food or drink. F: If the baby is hungry, give milk anymore. Frequently fed babies will not make a hungry baby.* M: Breastfeeding is important is that white fluid. F: colostrum / first milk (yellowish / colorless) is the most important breast milk to give immunity to the baby. White milk is the most important to the needs of infants up to 6 months.* M: Infant cold so need dibedong. F: The newborn is easily chilled, so it needs to be cuddled skin to skin contact, given the cap, then the mother with the baby covered. Bedong baby is too tight will make it cold.* M: Lack of available health personnel so that infants can not be allowed to feed themselves. F: The husband or family members can help mothers Early Initiation of Breastfeeding.* F: delivery room or operating room is busy making babies need to be separated from his mother. F: While busy, the mother can do Early Initiation of Breastfeeding (IMD).* M: Mothers should be sewn so that the baby needs to be separated from his mother. F: While stitching, she still can carry out the IMD.* M: Babies should be given an injection of vitamin K and eye drops immediately after birth. F: Yes, but can be delayed for 1 hour until the baby has finished feeding early.* M: Babies should be cleaned immediately after birth. F: Postponed 1 hour will not change the baby's weight and height.* M: Health workers have not agreed on the importance of giving an opportunity IMD in infants born by cesarean section. F: Maybe, but it is the duty of defending the rights of parents to the baby. Health workers can be given an explanation, and the husband or family member can coax the baby to be left to the IMD.* M: She can not sit / sit angled to give breastfed. F: Who is required to sit? The baby can suckle at the mother's chest tengkuran. (ING)
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