Why is your baby sick during feeding?
Either a bottle or your breasts. To breast feed your baby, uncover your breast, then put the baby's mouth on your nipple. The baby will form a natural clamp and start suckling… and get milk, formulated by your body for baby. If you do not want to feed your baby naturally by breast feeding, milk formulas can be purchased to feed baby by a bottle with a teat on the end of it to replicate natural feeding. When baby advances there are specially formulated follow on milks and solid foods. It is up to you and how your baby is progressing as to when you make the step change to other foods. You will know when the natural step change process occurs and when baby is ready to move on.
What do I do if I have a hamster that had babies and they are now a week old and one looks ill but then the mum tried eating the sick baby so I managed to get him away and how do I feed the poor baby?
Did you happen to hold the baby?!?! Your action might harm the babies and change its scent thus confuses the mother. She will think that they are not hers, abandon them and wo…rst she might even eat the babies. If you did hold the baby the mother probably stoped feeding it which made it sick.. Separate the sick hamster from other hamsters if you are afraid that the sickness/disease could be contagious. . Clean up the cage and if possible sterilized all parts including toys, tubes, bottles and wheels. . All used bedding and unfinished foods should be discarded. . Keep the sick hamster in a quiet place away from any noisy environment to keep the hamster calm and prevent any further stress . Provide the sick hamster with enough water . In the mean time, monitor health condition of other hamsters for the same symptoms. . I'm very sorry but there is probably nothing you can do to save him/her. Just make sure you don't make the same mistake with the other hamsters.
Well, if you're feeling brave, you can breast feed him. Or, assuming you've already purchased a bottle, you can feed it formula. Formula is a healthy substitute for 'biters…'.
It could be called "Sympathy morning sickness". The pregnancy can be a stressful time for the father-to-be. Stress can manifest in many ways, nausea is one. \n. \nOn the othe…r hand, nausea can also be a symptom of other disease, and the timing is co-incidence..
Do not feed a baby honey or eggs or egg whites until they are over the age of 1.
Yes, it is permissible for a woman to feed her baby after intercourse without taking a bath. However, it is preferable to perform wudhu before feeding her baby. (Ahsanul Fataa…wa vol.2 pg.36).
I would suggest fine corn meal. Another solution would be to grind down regular chicken feed into a finer crumble using a food processor. Make sure they have fresh clean water… on hand. If they are real "new" like day old then they need what is called a chick starter which has been medicated to reduce the chances of intestinal ailments. This comes in a very fine crumble easily digestible for chicks. Chicks newly emerged from the shell will appear sick, they stumble around, sit pitifully cheeping like the world is ending and they can look bedraggled and to the novice (sick) They may not be. It takes time for matted vestigial feathers to dry out and fluff up. They will take hesitant leaps and stumbles literally tripping over their own clumsy feet. Keep them in a very warm area, keep in mind they just emerged from a shell kept at a constant 100F so they need a minimum of 90F for the first few hours, even days. If, after the first few days they do not seem to be eating then get a water soluble Tonic from the place you buy your chicken feed and add it to the water dish.
Pretty miserable!! your doctor will prescribe some medication to help you get over it
It is my experience, a baby chick needs 4 things: heat (usually a light bulb), water (with "Quik Chic" added), food, and fresh bedding....in that order. After supplying tho…se basic needs if you chick runs in to trouble and gets sick, there are several things I have tried. After dry food is rejected - try adding warm water to make a mash. If that is not enough - go back to basics. While the chick was forming in the shell it lived on air and one other thing......the yoke! Go back and try boiling an egg. Take out the yoke - mash it up in a bit of water. It may be just the thing. There are many websites that are wonderful resources. www.feathersite.com www.mcmurrayhatchery.com - has a chick care page to name a few. Good Luck with your patient. Maggie
Where the health of the baby or the mother may be adversely affected, the mother would be exempt from fasting
breast feed from early age when bigger from me
In the first month, embryos derive their nutrtion first from the contents of the sperm and ovum (that are of nutritional nature, and not the DNA itself), then from the uterine… endothelial (wall) lining circulation, and eventually from the placenta. The embryo grows into a fetus, which is only called a baby after delivery of a live-born child.
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Try feeding them very small insects, hold the insect in a small pair of tweezers and tease the babies with it or just let it loose if it is a crawling insect. Try small moths,… flies, any tiny insect within reason (no ants or insects that are going to bite or are toxic).
What is the example of how to interact with a 10 month old baby during mealtimes and bottle feeding?
Bottle feeds.... Maintain eye contact, smile, talk in a low calming voice. Mealtimes... Be on their level (sit on a low seat or have them in a highchair), eye contact, smile,… name the foods, encourage them to help with feeding. Allow them time to reply when talking to them as if it is a conversation.
This may be a sign of a breast infection. You may even notice some pink, yellow or green colored discharge. If so, see your doctor, as it can easily be treated with antibiotic…s.
Drinking water while breast feeding is actually a smart and prudent thing to do. When the situation allows, such as when nursing at home, the best thing to do is to have a gla…ss of water close at hand. It is very important for a nursing mother to stay well hydrated. After all, breast milk is primarily water and that water needs to be replenished for the mother's best health. If a nursing mother is not prone to drinking alot of water, she should make sure that she has another source of additional fluids. Natural fruit juices, herbal teas, and the like are good additions to drinking water. Of course stay away from alcoholic and caffeinated drinks as these will pass on negative substances to your baby. So drink up mothers! And nurse well and long!
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It depends on where you are and where you get them but yes you can! (: Hope I Helped!