At the full moon and at birth, the changes are so great that if we know in advance the “big events” that may happen to our baby this month, the new mother will be able to take care of her baby with ease, rather than being confused and confused.
Big Event 1: The First Cry
Mother Taotao: The baby cried as soon as he was born. It was still a big voice, but the little boy fell asleep before long.
Before birth, the fetus delivers nutrients from the mother’s blood by umbilical cord. His lungs are not working yet. The placenta guarantees the exchange of oxygen-rich blood from the mother and carbon dioxide-rich blood from the fetus. After birth, when exposed to air, his respiratory system and blood circulation system can no longer rely on his mother. He begins to breathe, and the heart and lungs begin to circulate. The air filled his lungs, his alveoli expanded, and soon you heard the historic first cry.
Big Event 2: First Breast-feeding
(within half an hour after birth)
Mother Lu Yang: The baby’s feeling of breast-feeding is very gentle, which is different from the imagination. Before the milk came down, the baby fell asleep with a few chokes.
Full-term babies can be breast-fed if your body allows them to be cleaned after delivery. In the first two days, your breast may secrete only a few drops of colostrum, but the nutritional ingredients of colostrum (nutritious food) are quite high and contain a lot of antibodies, which can increase the ability of the child’s gastrointestinal tract to resist bacteria. So if the baby wakes up, let him suck more.
Big Event 3: Vaccination
(24 hours after birth)
Dad Xiaocheng (Dad’s Food): On the first day, the nurse notified him to get the BCG and hepatitis B vaccination forms. After bathing the baby, the nurse vaccinated him with hepatitis B vaccine.
Neonatal hepatitis B vaccination should not be strengthened for at least nine years after routine vaccination. The injection time is 24 hours for the first injection, a full moon after the injection, six months after another injection, a total of three injections. BCG is used to prevent tuberculosis. All full-term newborns should complete BCG vaccination within 24 to 72 hours after birth. At 3 months, babies should also go to the local tuberculosis prevention and Control Institute to do tuberculin test to determine whether the vaccination is effective.
Links to other hot articles:
Cake boxes make oxygen masks: 24 hours before a baby dies
Disclosure: What do men think after they become fathers?
Li Zi, 39, risked caesarean section to give birth to twin girls