We all know that breastfeeding is good, but not every baby is suitable for breastfeeding.
Lactose intolerance syndrome: refers to the lack of lactase in the body of the newborn, resulting in lactose can not be digested and absorbed by the human body. Children with lactose intolerant syndrome may have diarrhea and vomiting after breast milk or milk. Once you suspect that your baby has lactose intolerance, switch to soy products.
Abnormal amino acid metabolism: the abnormal amino acid metabolism will affect the development of the baby’s nervous system and easily affect the development of the baby’s intelligence. Studies have shown that in patients with severe mental retardation, about 10% of the causes of the disease are related to the abnormal metabolism of amino acids.
Phenylketonuria: This is a congenital disease. Newborns with this disease must not eat breast milk. Phenylketonuria is due to the lack of phenylalanine hydroxylase in the body, which can not convert phenylalanine into tyrosine, resulting in the accumulation of phenylalanine in the body, which can seriously interfere with brain tissue metabolism, cause dysfunction, and easily lead to intelligent disorders.
Breast milk jaundice: breast milk jaundice is the phenomenon of jaundice when a baby eats breast milk. At this time, breast-feeding can be suspended, generally about 48 hours, breast-feeding can be resumed. If the jaundice of the baby is aggravated again after resuming breastfeeding, stop feeding for another day or two, and then breastfeed. Generally, after two or three times of this process, the baby will not have jaundice due to breast milk, and can continue to breastfeed. If the baby has this phenomenon all the time, it’s better to stop breastfeeding.