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BREASTFEEDING CASE STUDY 3012

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BREASTFEEDING CASE STUDY 3012 Jane has a healthy baby named James. She is breast feeding for her 6 weeks of maternity leave from work. What advice would you give her about establishing the milk supply? Adequate energy Adequate fluids Adequate rest -Stimulate milk production by frequent feeding and not feeding formula. How would her nutrient requirements change? Increase for most nutrients, except for iron and folate ( no menstruation and cell division) What advice would you give Jane about going back to work? Freeze milk and by formula What supplement does Jane need? Vitamin D How do you know if James is hungry? Crying How do you know if he is hungry when he is older?
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Unformatted text preview: Reaching, leaning toward the spoon How do you know when James has had enough? Pushing away Is it okay if he spits up a little food? Yes When is it the appropriate time to introduce semi-food? Cereal, veggies, fruit, milk What foods are not suitable for babies? Cows milk Honey Peanut butter Should James be allowed to go to sleep with a bottle? No, because he could develop dental carries If Jane cant continue breastfeeding after 6 months, what can you tell her about advances of formula? Vegetable oils have been added which have MUFA and high in DHA ( proper brain growth and development)...
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