Note: 7 conditions to stop breastfeeding pregnancy
Breastfeeding is the way in which a mother’s milk is taken into a baby.
Studies have shown that breast-fed infants develop healthier.
But if you insist on breast milk intake, your mother’s body must be healthy. If the following conditions occur, the mother should temporarily or completely stop breast milk replacement: when the mother has a serious infectious disease, she cannot breastfeed to prevent transmission to the baby.
If the mother has hepatitis and lung disease, breast milk replacement must be stopped.
When the mother is sick (such as a cold, fever, etc.) while taking the medicine, she must stop breastfeeding and wait until the illness is stopped before feeding.
However, care should be taken to squeeze out milk according to the time of breastfeeding to ensure lactation more than 3 times a day.
Don’t feed the baby’s milk out again, so as to avoid the harmful effects of the medicines in it.
Mothers with heart disease, kidney disease, or diabetes who have wasting diseases can decide whether or not they can breastfeed according to the doctor’s diagnosis.
Under normal circumstances, mothers who have the above-mentioned diseases but can give birth can breastfeed, but pay attention to nutrition and rest, and change the time of breastmilk replacement according to the physical condition.
Pregnant women with severe nipple cleft and mastitis should suspend breastfeeding and treat in time to avoid aggravating the condition.
But you can squeeze breast milk to feed your baby.
For iodine and iodine treatment, because iodine can enter breast milk and damage the baby’s thyroid function, you should temporarily stop breastfeeding. After the end of the treatment period, check the level of soluble substances in milk and continue breastfeeding after reaching normal levels.
Exposure to toxic chemicals or pesticides can poison babies through milk, so avoid contact with harmful substances and stay away from harmful environments during breastfeeding.
If you have contact, you must stop breastfeeding.
After exercise, lactic acid will be produced in the body during exercise. The lactic acid stays in the blood to increase the milk’s taste and the baby will not eat it.
According to tests, this phenomenon can occur in general moderate-intensity exercise.
Therefore, mothers who are responsible for breastfeeding should only do some “mild” exercises in the military. After the exercise, take a break before feeding.