Your baby is producing adequate pees and poos . Your breasts are producing a lot of milk. The baby has a good latch on and you are positioning your baby correctly using body to body with the baby in proper ailment. You are feeding on demand. However, baby wants to be feed every 15 to 20 minutes continuously. Why is this baby so hungry? You can not eat, sleep or do anything but feed the baby. It’s like you are a 24 hour restaurant.
Question: • Is this normal and called clustered feeding? • Do you need to take this baby to the Pediatrician? • Do you need to try and produce more milk? • Should you try to change your feeding pattern ?
Note- their is two correct answers. Anytime you have concerns always check with your Pediatrician.
A Study by ACOG – American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists – suggest that first-time mothers are more likely to have a normal delivery if they take a childbirth class.
The Birthing Center of NY childbirth classes presented by Nurse Jackie, gives mothers the skills needed to have a normal delivery and properly take care of their babies and themselves. As nurse Jackie says “babies Do Come With Instructions”
Reuters (1/24, Chander) reported, “First-time mothers who take childbirth classes are more likely to have normal deliveries without interventions, a small study suggests.” The study, published in the International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics, “compared more than 300 women who gave birth to a first child at an Israeli medical center,” and “researchers found that those who took a series of classes on the experience of childbirth, pain management and postpartum issues were more likely to have normal vaginal deliveries and less likely to have vacuum extraction used during their delivery.”
Nurse Jackie from the Birthing Center of NY, teaches new mothers and mothers to be how to care for their new baby. Her classes are fun informative and set in her private classroom with all the tools and aids families need to practice and learn how to care for themselves and their baby – before, during and after your delivery.