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Breastfeeding: Basics and Tips for Nursing Your Baby
Breast-feeding vs. formula-feeding: What's best? - Mayo Clinic
If you are an exclusively pumping mom, this either-or option can leave you feeling unsupported, confused and hopefully not in tears. This gray area of breastfeeding does not get the credit, recognition and support it deserves. Exclusively pumping is three times the work as options "A" and "B" with more dishes and less sleep. If you think that sounds time-intensive, it is. Babies are fed breast milk by bottle, NG tube or other means, rather than directly at the breast. It is a viable option for many mothers and requires strength, discipline and dedication.
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Breastfeeding vs. formula feeding
All babies develop at different rates, but these guidelines suggest what to feed your infant and when to feed it. Wondering if you're feeding your baby enough breast milk, formula, or solid food? We broke down some suggested recommendations—but keep in mind that all infants require different amounts depending on body weight, appetite, and age. Ask your pediatrician if you're unsure, then check out our baby feeding guidelines by age. Newborns should receive all calories from breast milk or formula.
Breast milk is the only food your newborn gets. For the complete nourishment of your baby, you need to ensure that the baby gets sufficient amounts of breast milk every day. But how do you know how much milk your baby needs? Knowing your baby's milk requirement is also essential when you are a working mom. You need to express breast milk to make it available for your newborn when you are away.