Wednesday, August 26, 2009

MEDELA Nipple Former

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Saturday, August 22, 2009

EXTENDED UNTIL END OF THE MONTH

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MEDELA Promotion Package valid till End of This Month!!!

So frens, grab the oppurtunity while its happening

P/S:
Pls refer to the authorised distributor in order to buy MEDELA Product to avoid FALSE Warranty given. There were some online user trying to sell MEDELA Breastpump+Accessories with price below than retail, BUT remember, there were terms and rules that have to be followed!!!Cannot simply order and sell the product coz we have authorization to banned the user and report to high authorities...
Some cases happened and the "person" have been cought!!!
So, BEWARE!!!

Sunday, August 16, 2009

How to use SNS

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When faced with lactation problems, you feel helpless. The little newborn needs to eat and the nursing just isn't working like it should. A solution to increase your milk supply is to use a nursing supplementer. This useful device not only increases milk supply, but encourages improved suckling and enables adoptive mothers to nurse their baby. Here is how to use a nursing supplementer



Determine the Kind of Supplementation Your Baby Needs
Step 1


Notify your pediatrician and obstetrician about your lactation difficulty. Most pediatricians will want to weigh the baby every 3 to 5 days in the beginning and check for dehydration. Your obstetrician can prescribe certain drugs or may recommend certain herbal tinctures that may help you increase your milk supply.

Step 2

Contact a lactation consultant. Ask her for a recommendation of what type of supplementer to get. The two popular brands available are the Lact-Aid and Medela's SNS.

Step 3
Read the directions thoroughly. Each supplementer works in basically the same way, but each will have its own quirks to get it to work right.


Set Up the Supplementer
Step 1

Fill the bag or bottle with pumped breast milk or formula. Set it on a paper towel or in its filler stand to keep it clean.

Step 2
Select the size tubing right for your baby. The tubing comes in three sizes, small, medium and large diameter. The supplementer directions may tell you to start with the largest tubing and work down to the smallest, but ask your lactation consultant which is the best size for your situation.


Step 3
Tighten the tube cap on the bottle or bag and, if the bottle has more than one tube, tape one tube to the bottle. This will leave you with only one rubber tube to wrestle away from your baby.

Step 4
Secure the string attachment around your neck. The bottle or bag should rest slightly above your breasts on your chest with the tube end at about the midline.

Step 5
Tape the other tube just beyond the tip of your nipple on your nursing breast using gentle paper tape. You might find it easier to tape down the length of the tube rather than across the tube like some supplementer's directions. Do not put tape beyond the edge of your areola because this skin is very sensitive.


Latching On and Nursing With the Supplementer
Step 1
Bring baby to your breast. Keep the baby's nose even with your nipple.

Step 2
Latch baby on while trying to keep the tubing even with your nipple. The tube sometimes slips out and some babies even spit out the tubing but have patience, this is the most difficult part of the whole process. With a little practice both of you will know what to expect.

Step 3
Keep an eye on the supplementer for air going into the bottle. If air is not going into the supplementer, it will create a vacuum and the baby can't get any formula or breast milk out.

Step 4
Let the baby lead the feeding. Don't be alarmed if your little one doesn't take as much as you think he should. He is getting some breast milk and your body should be producing more.

Step 5
Remove the tape gently and if any seems to be stuck, rub some olive oil on it to loosen it. Wash the oil off before nursing again.


Menyusukan Anak Angkat

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Ada 2 problem yg kena ambil kire

1. membawa bayi ke breast anda

2.mengeluarkan susu utk adopted child


Problem 1.

The sooner you can get the baby to the breast after he is born, the better.

babies perlukan susu direct dari breast untuk latched on terutama selepas kelahiran bila nurse dah bagi susu melalui bottle or another method of feeding (cup, finger feeding).

Kalau boleh, seeloknya biarlah ibu asal bb tersebut memberi susu terlebih dahulu untuk memastikan bb dapat kolustrum(semua tahu kelebihan kolustrum, rite!)

As soon as a baby is in sight, contact a specialized lactation clinic and start getting your milk supply ready.

Ingt, anda mungkin x dapat full supply for baby(walaupun posibbility tu ada).


Problem2.

Pumping. Kalau mampu, cari double pump.

Pumping both breasts at the same time takes half the time, obviously, but also results in better milk production.

Start pumping as soon as the baby is in sight, even if this means you will be pumping for 4 months. You do not have to pump frequently on a schedule.

Do what is possible. If twice a day is possible at first, do it twice a day. If once a day during the week, but 6 times during the weekend can be done, fine.

Partners can help with nipple stimulation as well.


Domperidone. This drug can help you produce more milk. It is not necessary for you to use in order to breastfeed an adopted baby, but it will help you develop a more abundant milk supply faster.

There is no such thing as a 100% safe drug. If you do decide to take it, the dose is 20 mg four times a day. Check the handout for more information. Ask at the clinic. Using pumping and domperidone, most adopting mothers have started to produce drops of milk after two to four weeks.

Menyusukan Anak Angkat

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Ada 2 problem yg kena ambil kire
1. membawa bayi ke breast anda
2.mengeluarkan susu utk adopted child

Problem 1.
The sooner you can get the baby to the breast after he is born, the better.
babies perlukan susu direct dari breast untuk latched on terutama selepas kelahiran bila nurse dah bagi susu melalui bottle or another method of feeding (cup, finger feeding).
Kalau boleh, seeloknya biarlah ibu asal bb tersebut memberi susu terlebih dahulu untuk memastikan bb dapat kolustrum(semua tahu kelebihan kolustrum, rite!)
As soon as a baby is in sight, contact a specialized lactation clinic and start getting your milk supply ready.
Ingt, anda mungkin x dapat full supply for baby(walaupun posibbility tu ada).

Problem2.
Pumping. Kalau mampu, cari double pump.
Pumping both breasts at the same time takes half the time, obviously, but also results in better milk production.
Start pumping as soon as the baby is in sight, even if this means you will be pumping for 4 months. You do not have to pump frequently on a schedule.
Do what is possible. If twice a day is possible at first, do it twice a day. If once a day during the week, but 6 times during the weekend can be done, fine.
Partners can help with nipple stimulation as well.

Domperidone. This drug can help you produce more milk. It is not necessary for you to use in order to breastfeed an adopted baby, but it will help you develop a more abundant milk supply faster.
There is no such thing as a 100% safe drug. If you do decide to take it, the dose is 20 mg four times a day. Check the handout for more information. Ask at the clinic. Using pumping and domperidone, most adopting mothers have started to produce drops of milk after two to four weeks.

Malas Menyusukan???

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Sabtu minggu lepas saya ke rumah salah seorang kenalan. Biasanya untuk menunjukkan demo pam MEDELA. Kenalan ni baru melahirkan anak..Cute baby!! Seorang wanita umur awal 20-an memakai cermin mata sedang mendukung bayi yang berumur 10 hari. Bayi tersebut ada jaundice. then batuk selama 3 hari dan merupakan anak pertama.
Setelah saya buat physical checking kepada anaknya (chewah), saya mula la nak bertanya-tanya.
Ain : Bayi ni menyusu badan ke menyusu botol?
Rakan : Menyusu botol.
Ain : Mengapa x breastfeed?
Rakan : Saya dah cuba sekali selepas bersalin tetapi tak keluar susu. Lepas tu saya terus susukan guna botol.Dah menagis kelaparan...
Ain : Memang lah awal-awal adakalanya susu tak keluar. Lama-lama banyak lah.
Rakan : Bukanla. Mak saya pun dulu tak ada susu. Dah keturunan saya mcam tu (!!)(Dia menjawab dengan muka selamba. Muka dia memandang bawah. Saya sudah mula naik hangat)Ain : Kalau tak bagi susu ibu nanti anak senang kena penyakit. Anak lahir kat mana?
Rakan : Kat hosp biasaje...
Ain: Situ takde tunjuk cara-cara menyusu ibu ke?
Rakan : Ada.. tapi saya malas (!!!)

Hmmm... mukanya masih poyo. Nampak semua persoalan saya, dia dah sediakan jawapan. Walaupun jawapan yang poyo...Bila dia jawab macam tu, saya pun tak nak lah jadi poyo macam dia. Saya bagi pandangan kesian (kat anak dia) tetapi sedikit geram.
Kalau perkara mengarut seperti tidak menyusu ibu kerana keturunannya tidak ada susu, saya masih boleh terima lagi tetapi kalau dah "malas", apa lagi nak buat. Entah-entah dia bagi jawapan "malas" sebab "malas" nak menjawab soalan merapu saya yang seperti nak menjaga tepi kain dia tu...alahai...sian ibu2..dan anak2...minum susu lembu???

Ingat la saya bahawa Islam sangat menganjurkan penyusuan susu badan.“Peranan ibu yang utama ialah menyusukan anak dengan susu badan seperti yang ditentukan dalam al-Quran. Ini sudah ditunjukkan ibu Nabi Muhammad, Aminah. Selepas lapan bulan Muhammad dilahirkan, susu Aminah kering, tetapi dia tidak terfikirpun untuk menggantikannya dengan susu kambing yang banyak di rumahnya. Sebaliknya, Aminah lebih sanggup mengupah Halimatusaadiah untuk menyusukan Muhammad. Melalui kisah Aminah, Allah sengaja hendak mengajar umatnya bahawa wanita lain boleh menyusukan anak orang lain..”

Tapi kita...
 

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