Methods of suction and storage of breast milk

Methods of suction and storage of breast milk

 

Many mothers resort to suctioning breast milk, for small reasons for various reasons, including spending a great deal of time away from the child because of work or excess breast milk, in this case it is necessary to suction so as not to cause congestion in the breast or even for the convenience of a few Hours until the mother regains her activity again. In this article, you will learn about the different ways to pull breast milk and how to store it properly, so as not to spoil and keep all of its beneficial ingredients for your child. In the beginning, before you start the auction process, you should clean your hands thoroughly and sterilize the tool used and the pot, which will be stored with milk, is one of the most important steps to maintain milk well away from microbes. Also, sit comfortably, relax and think about your baby. The trick is very important for the milk to flow well. It is also best to gently nipple before the suction process

 

What are the ways to withdraw milk? Using your hands is the primitive method of pulling breast milk, which is the cheapest way. In this way, you will not need machinery or equipment. All you need is to clean your hands well and prepare a clean container to pick up milk and milk storage containers afterward. However, this method needs to be practiced and skilled, and sometimes, you may need help, it is a difficult and time-consuming method, but with practice becomes less difficult and faster.

 Using a hand pump. In this way, you use your hands and arms to hold the pump and the breast well to start the process of pulling milk. This method is appropriate if you do not withdraw milk much except in emergencies, as it also requires practice and skill. Too, time-consuming. Using an automatic pump. These are the easiest and fastest way to draw, but of course, they are the most expensive.

 Including battery-powered and other types of electric charges, which are very useful in permanent cases of milk suction, such as the working mother's condition.

We also mentioned that the storage container should be sterilized well, preferably glass vessels or made of a good type of Plastics are free from BPA, and it is important that the vessels well closed to prevent air entering. After each withdrawal, the date must record on the storage package, before making sure of the milk's validity or not. Milk is stored in the refrigerator at a temperature of 1-4 ° C for three days or in a freezer at a temperature of 9 to 15 ° C for three months. It can be stored for a longer period of up to a year in the Freezer at 17 ° C

 

When the milk comes out of the freezer or the storage area, you will notice the separation of the fatty layer from the liquid layer. So, shake it well before feeding, so that the milk mixture mixes. Beware of freezing milk again after melting. Use a hot water bath to dissolve the milk, or place it in the refrigerator to melt overnight, and avoid heating it in the microwave or in other heating methods so as not to spoil

 

When you remove the milk from the freezer and put it in the refrigerator, it should be used in just 24 hours, but if you keep it out of the refrigerator, it will be used within one hour

Pumping breast milk to your baby is a skill, just like breastfeeding your baby. In the first few times, you may not be able to pump breast milk properly, and you may not get the desired amount. Usually, most initial attempts to pump breast milk are frustrating for new mothers. Too. Whether you are a working mother or want to extract excess breast milk from your baby's needs or stimulate milk production, you may be asked to pump, store and store breast milk in sterilized bottles for use in breastfeeding by giving it to newborns after placing them in milk bottles. Here are some tips to help you make breast milk pumping easier and better, and to avoid inflammation of your nipples due to repeated pumping and lack of a satisfactory result

 

Follow daily routine while taking breast milk: Sit in the same place, use a comfortable seat, have a healthy drink before starting. Prepare the milk pump after cleaning it and sterilize it every time, take a warm bath before it all and relax completely and then start pumping breast milk will reflect the previous routine on the amount of milk whenever you are in a good psychological condition the better.

 Massage your breasts: Massage your breasts for 5 minutes before you start pumping the breast milk in a circular way from under the arm in a circular motion counterclockwise, this will stimulate the process of milk production, in addition to the possibility of repeated massage during the pumping process if you feel slow milk generation. Water: Drink from one to three glasses of water before you start breast milk, water is good for you and to increase milk yield

 

Imagination: Do you know that imagination can help you significantly in the process of pumping breast milk? Close your eyes and imagine that you are like a flowing river. Now you are pumping your breast milk like waterfalls in rivers.

This fantasy will help you pump better. If your child is sleeping next to you or closes to you, look at him, his picture, and his games. Whenever you feel the despair of pumping breast milk, and will stimulate you to continue and experience and then pumping an appropriate amount. Calm and non-dispersion: Make sure to do this in a calm environment to stimulate your senses to focus on this process only as you pump breast milk, listen to the music you like, lose light, listen to the music of the sounds of nature, make a scented candle in the room do not have A sedative effect for you .. Of course, do not forget to be completely reassuring to your child before the start of the pumping process so as not to distract your anxiety concentration. Feed, others have a diaper and national hypnotism close to you. Choose a good pump: so that you do not suffer from nipple inflammation during pumping, choose a good pump, usually pumps with good types will be more expensive than their counterparts. In addition, change the quality of the pump if you do not get the desired result may be a defect in use and not in shortage; there are many breast milk pumps in the market, both manual and battery-operated. There are good brands such as Chicco, Philips Avent, Medela, and Pigeon. In addition, general to calm the nipples of the breast after the milk pump, moisturize with a moisturizing lotion or cream. Pumping every three hours: Contrary to common practice, breastfeeding for a short period of time at multiple intervals, better than pumping for a long time once, repeat the pumping every three hours to get a better result and to stimulate your breasts to produce milk. The best time to pump breast milk in the early morning: If you want to get a good result, pump your breast milk early in the morning after you wake up immediately, at this time the milk is abundant in your breasts. If you plan to prepare your baby before going to work For example, this is the best time, and you will get a better result than pumping the evening before bedtime. Use the pump: Make sure to use the milk pump correctly, either in the pumping method or in the installation of the pump. Ask the medical staff to explain the correct method of use. Also, ask for the best pumping position. Pump during breastfeeding: pump breast milk while breastfeeding your baby.

 This is good if you use an electronic pump (battery) and not a hand. During breastfeeding, your child will stimulate your breasts to produce milk. Pumping from both breasts at the same time: pumping both breasts at the same time produces, more milk as the levels of prolactin in the blood becomes higher when doing so. The best thing to pump both breasts at the same time is to use good quality electric pumps. The 7-minute routine: Finally, try pumping your breasts for 7 minutes, then stop for a minute to work and refill for another 7 minutes. Keep your hands and clothes clean before pumping

Safe storage of breast milk at the time of feeding is important, as is heating the cold milk stored in the refrigerator or freezer and reheat it. Below we review safety tips to help you do this every time. How do you warm breast milk? Warm the frozen breast milk Remove the frozen milk from the freezer and put it in the refrigerator before the night of use or place it under running water until it melts.

 Once the milk is dissolved, remove from the running water temperature to warm the milk to the appropriate temperature for feeding. Tip: The easiest way is to freeze breast milk in freezing bags. I put 3 to 4 oz each time, and the bag can be flat in the refrigerator, which helps melt it faster. Cold milk heating Put cold milk under warm water for several minutes. You can also immerse the milk container in preheated water but do not heat the milk directly on the burner. Tip: Some children do not need warmers of milk. Try breastfeeding your baby directly, and find out if he or she likes it

 

Directions for melting frozen milk frozen milk can be placed in the fridge before it used 24 hours. In addition, do not freeze it again. Important tips when heating milk do not boil breast milk and never heat on the stove directly. You may notice that the breast milk stored in the refrigerator split into two layers, which is quite normal. The first layer is the milk layer and the second layer is the cream or natural fat in the milk. Please gently shake the bottle before mixing it with your baby. Do not use the microwave, it may cause loss of natural benefits and endanger your child

 

How long will breast milk be stored in a freezer or freezer? Milk is stored in the refrigerator at a temperature of 1-4 ° C for three days or in a freezer at a temperature of 9 to 15 ° C for three months. It can be stored for a longer period of up to a year in the Freezer at 17 ° C.

 When the milk comes out of the freezer or the storage area, you will notice the separation of the fatty layer from the liquid layer. So, shake it well before feeding, so that the milk mixture mixes. Beware of freezing milk again after melting. Use a hot water bath to dissolve the milk, or place it in the refrigerator to melt overnight, and avoid heating it in the microwave or in other heating methods so as not to spoil. When you remove the milk from the freezer and put it in the refrigerator, it should be used in just 24 hours, but if you keep it out of the refrigerator, it will be used within one hour. Lipase, milk fat and breastfeeding If you melt breast milk and find any acidic odor or taste like soap, it means that the milk fat has broken. Do not worry; milk is still safe and safe for your baby. Acidic odor means that lipase is high because of freezing milk. If your baby refuses to eat it, you can then cool the milk after it is soaked from your breast just before freezing. This method will prevent the enzyme from being a lipase enzyme and is completely safe for your baby

Some babies breastfeed after each feeding, some of them every three days, both patterns are natural. Depending on the type of feed your child receives, is it an artificial feed or breastfeeding? The number of times breastfeeding babies emerge after each feeding is common, especially among newborns, who breastfeed. If a child is breastfed and breastfed almost every feeding during the first few weeks of life, this is indeed a good sign.

Means that it gets a lot of milk. The bowel movement can slow down between 3 and 6 weeks, but some children will continue to defecate after each feeding, some of which remain five times a day until the age of one year

 

The number of times children who take formula milk shown to children who eat artificial milk. Their bowel movements are often much lower than those who breastfeed, but it is normal for them to defecate after each feeding as well. Generally, if your baby's bowel movement is regular and he acts the same frequent exposure is not a cause for concern. However, if there is a sudden change in your baby's pattern and becomes more fluid, check with your doctor, as this may be a sign of infection

 

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