Save ASI

Save ASI

When you can give breast milk to your baby, you have to count yourself lucky. This is probably one of the best things you can do as a mother. Enjoy at this time to form close relationships with your newborn baby and take the opportunity to hold it back whenever you can. When you continue your normal life after you give birth, you might notice that there may be times when you will be asked to leave your home to work. You may not always be there when they are hungry, and while you want to take them wherever you go, this is not an option. How can you concentrate on your work when you constantly have to watch your little one? To be able to overcome the demands, you choose to pump your milk and save it. Every time your baby shouted hungry, your partner can only take milk from the fridge and give them meals.

If you find yourself in a situation like this, you need to know how to save it safely. In today's fast-paced society, it may be difficult for you to constantly find time to breastfeed your child. When you are in a public place, this can also be very uncomfortable. When you find yourself stuck in a situation, the best choice for now is to use ASI expressed. It involves mechanically squeezing milk from the breast and storing it in a bottle for use later. You can usually use the pump to squeeze milk, and this is very useful when only a father or caregiver at home watching your child.

When stored properly, milk can last for some time. There are plastic bottles and bags available in shops that are mainly made to hold and store this kind of nutrients. You just put it in the freezer or refrigerator so you can extend the shaving life. However, saving it in the freezer will make milk lose some nutrients, antibodies, and enzymes. This is what happens to the food set aside in the same way. But all of which go down is that it is still much healthier than the formula you buy.

To test whether milk is still fresh and safe for your child, you have to kiss it. You must be able to save it at room temperature too. However, the shelf life only extends to six or eight hours. Whatever will harm your baby's health. If you follow all the rules but sometimes find that your baby does not respond and breastfeeding is actually, the culprit can be a milk bottle. Your baby can be so used to breastfeeding so they have difficulty learning to suckle from a bottle. In cases like this, you might be able to introduce bottles several times in the first 4 weeks of their lives. That way, it won't be the biggest adjustment for them when the time needs it. 

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