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What is the success of breastfeeding?

The majority of mothers decide to breastfeed. It will not succeed for everyone who wants to. Can we give you a recipe for success, or is it by accident that the baby's breast will grow up?

What is the success of breastfeeding?

The secret to success: the effective triple!

I was the first time I heard about breastfeeding training when I first heard Martinovichné Debulay Biancбtуl, President of the La Leche League Hungary, that breastfeeding success basically depends on three things:
1. Deciding
2. Information
3.SupportAt many times he proved how right he was. The Martian case is another good example.
Marcsi was looking forward to being a mother. She was preceded in death by her brother, Kata, who was a mother of three. Seeing Kata's long-breastfeeding children, Marcsi consciously prepared for breastfeeding. He had been preparing for a baby-mom group and wondered what it would be like to feed the baby from his own body.
However, after the wonderful birth, the first days did not turn out the way she wanted. Born at dawn, who - suckling nicely in the nursery - had a big part of the day and was hard to wake up. The pain-relieving injection that Marcsi received at the end of her birth may have played a role.
Even in the hospital, the first to be checked were those who had low blood glucose levels and low values. That's why she got breast milk whip from a syringe. As the values ​​did not rise significantly, the baby was given an infusion. Despite the rise in blood sugar afterwards, the doctor recommended a three-day infusion, claiming that Marchi still had no milk. The Martians were desperate. After all, the milk was longing and Bdm was sucking, and the Pelus were full! This is when he called his brother and spoke to each other and asked for advice.
I was in a difficult situation because I am not a doctor and I cannot get into medical requests. However, after reading the results of my research and consulting with a number of medical colleagues, I knew that blood glucose levels were not particularly low and that I needed to breastfeed frequently. I shared all the information I had with Kate and Marchi to finally decide on Marcsi. Marcsi finally told the doctor that he wanted to have a day, often breastfeed, and if he did not raise his blood sugar, he would contribute to the infusion. This decision was no success, but Marcsi was adamant.
On my suggestion, the diet was adjusted to low blood sugar. Before she was killed, Marcsi had breastfed ubdam, and then, while her husband was helping, Kata had fed a little of the milk that had been removed from the syringe. After sleeping, they slept and then began to rest. We kept in touch by phone. The idea came to fruition. The other day, the doctor was surprised to find that the measure showed the right value and let his little family home. Martians are good after that, and I breastfeed a lot and wisely, grow older, grow, and gain a lot of fun for my parents.
Ibolya Rúzsa Breastfeeding Specialist IBCLC

The secret to success: a change of mind!

When Anna contacted me, her baby Petra was three and a half days old. The problem was that the baby, who had been doing great so far, seventy to eighty decks a month, had stagnated dramatically in the last few weeks, only twenty decks. She also had a diet, which Anna was very keen on, since she had exclusively breastfed her baby and wanted to continue doing so until the baby was six months old. Unfortunately, it is a common occurrence that when you are overwhelmed or have trouble growing, instead of thoroughly searching, the diet recipe will be revealed and the cause of the problem will not be identified or eliminated.
That's why we first addressed the situation and asked for the conditions. Anna said that four disposable pelas are used daily, always with a lot of pee (which is a good indication that consumption is good), and no one is every day, just about every day, which is common with such an old baby. Petra's outreach is generally good, giving her the impression of a happy, tired baby. None of them have been sick lately, they are not taking medication. Petra doesn't get any tea or water, no pacifiers, no nipples, but they use pacifiers because, in Anna's experience, this is well-spent in the rough. Petra has been breastfeeding seven times a day, according to Anna, this is a baby, so Petra is breastfeeding on demand.
I told Ann that a baby can really breastfeed if she wants to breastfeed all her breastfeeding demands and she doesn't get a doll. With pacifiers you can easily be trapped by not feeding the baby in the event of a squeak, but by giving a pacifier instead, so that the baby does not get enough milk. This can be a problem especially during growth jumps, for example, at around three months of age, when your baby needs transiently more milk to grow properly.
Even if you do not get enough milk, a baby with cumulation seems to be overwhelmed, because the hormones that produce the effect of suckling can trigger a release and effect on it. We agreed that it would be best if we could bust the dummy, and Petra could be breastfeeding every nickname. Although Anna was worried about having enough milk, she said she was trying to make it work.
Two weeks later, Anna was happy to report on her success. Petra has gained 40 decks in fourteen days and sucks many times! She told me that this method was a huge leap into the dark, but now she really understood what breastfeeding was and what she thought was not right. It is as if the breastfeeding relationship has gained a whole new meaning. It was also a great sensation to see that she could provide enough milk for Petra, and that breastfeeding was not simply a form of nutrition, but a physical-mental relationship.
Schneiderné Eszter Diуszegi Breastfeeding Specialist in IBCLC

The secret to success is perseverance

Zuffi gave birth to a healthy, handsome baby puppy, but he had a small beech. She simply couldn't breastfeed. Her mother had a rather flat nipple, but this infants at most have transient distress. When we met, I did all the tricks I've ever learned, heard or read, but it's useless. We have tried countless postures, tried new and newer breast placement techniques, fed Zufi a bit so that he would not be so hungry and patient, he would not even have a nipple.
In Zsufi's mouth, upon closer inspection, we also discovered two minor differences: his tongue was much shorter than the average, and even in the open state, it was not as light as he was.
My mother and I stayed will regularly milk Zuffi, and from time to time, also deals with breastfeeding. We were afraid that as the baby grew, these unfavorable proportions might change, his tongue would grow, his mouth bigger.
For months, I didn't hear anything. Then, just a few months later, Zuffi's mom called again after our meeting to tell her that her baby had been breastfeeding for only a week, even though she had only been feeding her in the last few months! The success came suddenly and unexpectedly. Once a day he always offered a little and the answer was always a rejection. But a week ago, the baby took her breasts as naturally as she always did, and she insisted on that!
Ren Ungta W. Ungváry Breastfeeding Specialist IBCLC
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