Breastfed Sentence Examples
A newborn breastfed baby will use up to ten diapers in a 24hr period.
Breastfed infants have less exposure to cow?s milk, a potential allergen in genetically susceptible children.
Where water is unsafe baby milk fed infants are 25 times more likely to die than breastfed babies.
Milk intolerance in breastfed babies lactose intolerance can mean your baby reacts badly to formula or breast milk.
Oh and of course the little one will be breastfed and then eat homemade organic mush.Advertisement
Some breastfed babies may still wake more frequently, up to every two hours, as breast milk empties more quickly from the baby's stomach, and at this age the need to eat frequently comes before the need to sleep.
Breastfed babies may have lower rates of obesity than their formula fed counterparts, as reported by a 2006 article in the New York Times.
This is important for parents to note, as their breastfed baby may measure at the lower ends of the growth chart during his first year or so.
However, a breastfed baby's development will be even and gradual and should cause little alarm for pediatricians.
Breastfed children may also experience allergies to components in their mother's milk, making formula the only option for some infants.Advertisement
Whereas multiple bowel movements a day are normal for many breastfed infants, formula babies may expel less often.
Breastfed babies generally have more daily bowel movements than formula fed babies, but don't be surprised if your baby poops several times one day and then not at all the next no matter what type of milk she is eating.
Breastfed babies typically need to eat every two hours or so.
In the first few weeks after a baby is born, breastfed babies usually have several bowel movements a day.
Although you may be changing a lot of diapers, the good news is that breastfed babies' stools really don't have a bad smell.Advertisement
Since breast milk doesn't change much over the period of time that your baby is exclusively breastfed, her stools won't change that much either.
If you feed your infant formula, the chance of constipation may be more likely than in a breastfed infant.
Bottles-Even breastfed babies may need the occasional bottle.
Research shows that these beneficial cultures are abundant in the digestive tracts of breastfed babies and so Nestle developed Good Start Natural Cultures.
Many doctors recommend such formulas for infants not breastfed.Advertisement
Breastfed babies are typically heavier than bottle fed babies through the first six months.
After six months, breastfed babies usually weigh less than bottle fed babies.
Unfortunately, many breastfed newborns have a bowel movement after every feeding.
The WHO charts measure the growth patterns of infants who are breastfed.
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Feeding factors such as breastfeeding can also cause sizing disparities that often lead to a breastfed three-month-old infant weighing substantially less than a similarly aged infant who is fed formula.
This is also why a breastfed baby does not need additional water.
Breastfed babies have better cheekbone development and better jaw alignment.
Many medications have not been tested in nursing women, so it is not certain what drugs can affect a breastfed child.
Other photo-therapy methods-such as a fiber optic bilirubin blanket-incorporate the light into a blanket so that the child can be breastfed during treatment or treated at home.
Although breast milk is an effective treatment for jaundice, breastfed babies may receive fewer calories than formula-fed babies during the first days of life, causing bilirubin levels to rise.
Breastfed babies may be less likely to become infected, because breast milk contains antibodies (proteins produced by the white blood cells of the immune system) that fight the illness.
At highest risk are boys, premature infants, infants living in urban locations, babies who have not been breastfed, and babies with chronic pulmonary, cardiac, or immune conditions.
Infants who are still exclusively breastfed may go seven days without a stool.
In addition, a doctor should be called if an infant younger than two months is constipated, or if an infant (except those that are exclusively breastfed) goes three days without a stool.
Infants move through REM and non-REM sleep stages in a 90 minute cycle, and they rise to a near-waking state every three to four hours, more often in breastfed infants.
Not only are you providing the best nutrition for your baby, but breastfed babies may have higher IQs and fewer illnesses.
There is a reduced risk of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) when children are breastfed.
There is a higher response to anti-body vaccinations amongst breastfed children.
Conclusive data has proven that breastfed children are hospitalized up to ten times less than formula fed babies.
Breastfed children have a lower rate of obesity throughout childhood.