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Nowadays, it is often too common to be diagnosed that a baby has reflux disease. Is it really that serious, or is it all about harmless failures when you recycle a portion of the milk you consume?
A lot of babies failOne of the common complaints of infancy is failure, with every second baby in the first few months. All failures are also reflux, meaning that the stomach contents pass through the esophagus passively into the pharynx. If it comes out of the book here, we'll talk about a crash. It follows that all fail reflux, but not all reflux fail.
In everyday practice, reflux and failure are essentially the same concepts. If you want to make a difference between them in the future, then the decisive factor is whether the symptoms of reflux will develop in the future. If so (rarely), you have reflux disease. It is also important to distinguish between bumps and reflux from the lungs. This is a later active process, usually preceded by introductory symptoms (nausea, sweating, paleness), typically with thoracic and abdominal constrictions.
More often - less!
It is therefore important to ensure that the number of feeders in the first few months is not less effective and that the amount of food consumed at a time is not more than two milliliters if the baby is prone to failure.
Don't make tea!Breastfeeding baby habits, once consumed, are difficult to influence, but mostly not necessary. Breast-fed, much-eaten-breasted babies are often advised to milk them, thinking that the fluids will be full of tummy, so they will eat less and then fail. The idea is logical in principle, but it does not come to fruition, because it is neither easy nor purposeful to "fool" small children at this age. It is possible that you eat less than your immediate breastfeeding, but that you will nourish the breadth of the next nourishment and fail.
Breast-fed babies should be breast-fed as desired instead of milk. In the nappies, where breastfeeding is required not by her own, but by the needs of the small child, and the baby is in the body almost all day long, the frequent, large number of failures occur, but at the same time elйri.
What Causes Reflux?
The movement (motility) of the neonatal system is still immature and works as little as an adult. The muscles of the stomach are still not strong enough to move the diet solely towards the intestine, nor the sphincter and the intercostal muscle of the stomach are working too smoothly, so the milk is not blocked. In the event that a release bout air from your stomach, you may want to breastfeed.
Infants eat very much because of their stomach size. Just think of the following comparison: if a baby weighs five pounds, one breastfeeding deci breast milk, the amount of that weight is like one adult consumes only three liters of fluid at a time, , weeks after.
How long will it fail?
Helpful hints for a lot of fallen babiesIf the baby's general condition, growth, development, mood over the successive setbacks, there is no cause for concern, the baby is not sick, even a little milk comes back. This problem, however, needs to be addressed, as it is a major source of concern for mothers who are often the first to fail, especially when they fail.
How Can We Help Your Baby? Feed often! The newborn requires a small but frequent diet. Pay attention to the signs of our diminution: it must have been a good idea to turn your head or push the pacifier away. You do not need to pay attention to quantity in case of good growth.
We often see that the so-called "air cap" on top of the diets in the stomach, even with the help of careful buffering, is often seen in the mournful tiny baby. It is often assumed that before breastfeeding, the mother sheds a few cubes of breast milk and "feeds" the baby before breastfeeding. Feeding with a spoon usually does not breathe in the baby, and a couple of spoonfuls reduce the health of the baby.
Bьfiztessьk! Allow your baby not only to eat after meals, but also in the middle of the day so that excess air can be lost! Let's raise the baby in an upright posture to our shoulder. After about five to fifteen minutes, you usually get rid of the excess.
Let's examine the breastfeeding and feeding techniques! If your baby is breastfeeding in a horizontal position, he or she is more likely to turn milk over again. If the mother is living, it may be easier to pay for the meal even when feeding.
It is just as important that the glassy diet does not shake the milk too hard and that the feeding should make sure that the baby's milk is just milk, not air at all! Choose a baby bottle that is not too big or too small to feed! We are well-chosen when a drop of a second is dropped from full, downward, unshaken glass.
Let us feed you under calm conditions! It is most important for sensitive babies not to jump up or deal with other members of the family during breastfeeding. Restraint on the use of the balance is also a part of peace of mind. Many babies are just about to hit the balance with some of the toughest failures when stacking up and down.
In itself, GOR means reflux, but only if it causes reflux disease. When to think about it?
If the baby regularly rejects the diet, breastfeeds for a short time, and soon turns the head because of acidic stomach contents in the esophagus, and it may be painful. As a result, you are not getting enough food, gaining weight, or even losing weight. It can also be a warning sign if you seem to be crying a lot during feeding. As soon as you experience similar symptoms, consult a physician, who will refer you to a gastroenterology specialist if the suspicion is well founded.
Reflux disease is one of the possible causes of sudden death in the stomach, and inhaling stomach contents can cause asthmatic coughing, as well as nausea. More recently, reflux may also be present in the common middle inflammation, as the pharynx is in contact with the midbrain. Pediatric gastroenterology, when appropriate, provides an antacid or an agent that enhances tightening of the esophagus and the muscle between the stomach.
Symptoms of Reflux Disease are not lost on the fact that your baby is struggling with milk supply and suffocates due to excessively reflexive milk reflux, and is refusing to breastfeed. It may help to put the baby in a more prone position on the breast or to lay on the breast while breastfeeding. This reduces the chance of an attack. It can also help if the baby is breastfeeded only after having selected the milk-reflex and the milk drizzle slightly dampened.
Reflux from a nutritional baby
Italian researchers have proven that bumps are sometimes caused by allergies. This is how both hypoallergenic (HA) and anti-reflux properties (combined: HA + AR) were born, which have been recommended for infants with a tendency to fall and allergy. These formulas enjoy fifty percent support, the more specific they are, the more expensive they are, so much more than AR, and even more HA + AR.
If radiation rises from the baby's bed, consult a doctor. In many cases, gastric output stenosis (pilular stenosis) may be in the background. Typically, the first signs are at about six weeks of age, more often in boys than in girls. It occurs in three out of every thousand babies, that is, in our country, it affects three hundred children every year. In addition to radiation sickness, this disease is characterized by poor health and the development of gravity. It can be repaired with surgery, but fortunately it only counts for hospitalization for two to three days.
Laid downAlthough many people are reluctant to lay on the stomach because of starvation deaths, it is important to know that reflux is very helpful when laying the baby on a stomach on a 30 degree incline. At our clinic we also choose this solution for investing in a lot of fall baby babies. The raised end has an upward sloping abdomen with an air cap in the stomach - that is, above the air, below the stomach contents. On the other hand, a child lying on the pillow or laying on the pillow has an air cap and stomach contents, which is more common.
AR formula instead of breast milk?Vill's birth has failed after almost every meal. Careful first-time children were told this was a major concern for parents. In the environment, her mother has also been given advice to stop breastfeeding and to use a special anti-reflux formula. From a medical exam, I look like a perfectly healthy, never-sick, well-developed and growing child.
We agreed that discontinuing breastfeeding was by no means justified, but I suggested careful salary and 6-8 tbsp of breastfeeding milk due to mournful breastfeeding. The number of failures decreased, but did not disappear, in fact by nine months of age, with a lot of moving children. However, his growth was always constant, reflux disease did not develop and did not require any special treatment. By the end of the month, at 11 months, the problem had completely disappeared.