How long after giving birth should you give milk to baby?
The best practice is that once the newborn baby's condition is stabilized, the baby should be brought to the mother's breast and be allowed to nurse. To continue that best care of the infant, it should exclusively breastfed for the first year of its life. After that, the child can be fed other foods including cows milk as the mother slowly tapers off breastfeeding.
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Answer . If you are breast feeding the brain will tell the body to make milk until you stop. If you are not breast feeding it can take up to a week to ten days for the mi…lk to stop producing, Wear a good support bra, do not stimulate the nipples this tells the body you need more milk, avoid hot water on your breast. If the breast are engorged freeze cabbage leaves and put them in your bra. This will help.
about 2 - 3 days but could take a little longer if ur having trouble with it and it could come in sooner
It can take anywhere from 1 to 10 days for breast milk to fully come in after giving birth. The average is 3-4 days; this varies from woman to woman. I can take one women 2 da…ys and another 7 full days. There is a transition period in your milk and it's usually a slow process you will slowly start making more and then your full supply will be established and can begin to fill up pretty quickly. During the time it takes for your breast milk to come in your baby gets EVERYTHING it needs from your breasts (colostrum) it is there even if you think it's not. A newborn only needs 1/4 of a teaspoon of colostrum a day. There is no need for additional supplementing before you milk fully comes in. In rare cases of milk taking 10 days then you may need to supplement. As long as your baby is wetting and soiling diapers you can be sure they are getting enough.
Young kangaroos should never be given anything other than kangaroo milk. Giving kangaroos cows' milk has been shown to have adverse reactions such as blindness in kangaroos la…ter in life. Young joeys that have been rescued from a dead mother should always be taken to a wildlife carer who has access to formula specially designed to emulate kangaroo milk (veterinarians usually know whom to contact). One should never try to care for a joey if one has no experience.
\nIt is best to wait at least a year to try to get pregnant again so your body can fully heal before going thru the same rough process again. If you get pregnant soon after ha…ving a baby the chances of losing the baby or having a pre-term birth are higher.
usually it only starts right after birth.
Elephants have an extremely long gestation period. They become sexually mature at around the age of 13 years. Their gestation period lasts for 22 months at the end of which on…e single calf is born. Female elephants usually prefer stronger, larger males to ensure greater chances of survival for their offspring.
It's usually about a week, give or take a few days.
Look for that sign about a week before farrowing. See link below.
Cows will produce milk for as long as a producer (dairy or beef) needs to have them produce milk, whether it's a time frame of around 6 to 10 months or longer, depending on th…eir type and class of the cows and the producer's management criteria. The time frame, on average , is between or either 6 to 10 months. Dairy cows tend to be milked longer than beef cows due to the fact that they're selected to produce milk, not raise a calf. Beef cows will produce milk as long as they have a calf on them.
none that i know of no fish feed their young milk
In Dog Health
No she gets what she needs from her food,you can give her puppy food before the puppies are born to help her make more milk
In Goats and Sheep
At least 48 hours as the colostrum is needed by the kid.
In Lactation and Breastfeeding
If you want him to... But it's a little weird for him to share with the baby I think. When I was breastfeeding, I never wanted my husband to put my breasts in his mouth. It wa…s a turnoff for me to think about nursing while being intimate with my husband.
In Goats and Sheep
For up to 14 weeks or until the kid is weaned