How do you deal with a child born in the moment...? | MOMSANDCHILD

Every new mother who has given birth should know this

      When giving birth to a baby, mothers (especially new mothers) feel confused about how to deal with it from the very first moment after its birth, especially since the mother needs a rest after the birth. And I must mention that it is a common mistake to breastfeed a newborn immediately after birth, instead of breastfeeding it after 3 hours (which is long enough for the infant and mother to get rid of the pain of childbirth), even milk is not. It comes out right after birth.
Here are the most important tips you should know as a new mom on how to handle your newborn:
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       The newborn should be in moderate conditions; He should take a warm bath after childbirth to get rid of any fluids sticking to it, avoid wearing lightweight or very heavy clothes, avoid exposure to high or low temperatures, and not be exposed to cold conditioners for the first 24 hours after that. His birth. Unfortunately, this is the case in most hospitals where there are air conditioners in the delivery room, which can cause pneumonia for children.

        With regard to feeding the child, the newborn should be breastfed 10 ml for each period of breastfeeding on the first day, 20 ml for each period of breastfeeding on the second day, 30 ml on the third day, and up to 70 ml on the seventh day unless the child needs more, and we do not prevent it unless he wants.
       The newborn should be breastfed every 3 hours, day and night, for a period of 3 months, and after two months, prevent breastfeeding at night until the child feels hungry to allow the mother and the baby's intestine to have some rest.
It is also advised to avoid feeding the child with herbs during the first six months because they cause him gases and stomach cramps.

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         The crying of the newborn is not only due to hunger, but may be due to pain, so the mother should not breastfeed her child whenever he cries, but she must respect the times of breastfeeding.
Experts emphasized that the child also needs care and tenderness that includes the father, mother and the whole family, and regardless of the small size of the newborn, he tries to capture the peace and warmth of both the mother and the father.


         The first six months is the most sensitive period in a child's life.

A newborn baby only needs his mother's milk during this period, and he does not need any food or water.
And you should take his psychological needs into consideration so you don't let him cry a lot.
A bilirubin test is recommended on the fourth or fifth day of a child's life because ignoring it could lead to serious complications that could affect the child's brain or lead to lifelong mental disabilities.

      The mother is advised to avoid coffee, Nescafe, soda, spices and fast foods for the first six months after giving birth.
Do not breast-feed a crying baby.
Dieting should be avoided as most mothers worry about putting back their weight after childbirth, but she can exercise instead.