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Preterm baby 01
Preterm baby 01

Babies do not normally learn to co-ordinate the sucking, swallowing and breathing needed for feeding until about 34 to 36 weeks of pregnancy

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Preterm baby 02
Preterm baby 02

Babies do not normally learn to co-ordinate the sucking, swallowing and breathing needed for feeding until about 34 to 36 weeks of pregnancy

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Preterm baby 04
Preterm baby 04

Babies do not normally learn to co-ordinate the sucking, swallowing and breathing needed for feeding until about 34 to 36 weeks of pregnancy

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Preterm baby 01
Preterm baby 01

Babies do not normally learn to co-ordinate the sucking, swallowing and breathing needed for feeding until about 34 to 36 weeks of pregnancy

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Breastfeeding Preterm Babies

 

It’s especially important for a premature baby to have breast milk, but breastfeeding directly can be challenging. Breast milk is important for the optimal growth and development of full-term infants, and it’s even more important for premature babies.

 

If your baby is too small or sick to breastfeed, you'll need to start regularly expressing your breast milk soon after they're born to get your milk supply going and to feed your baby the expressed milk.  This can be followed by gradually moving on to breastfeeding your baby.

Duration of consult  45 to 60 Minutes

Mode : In person at clinic

By Prior Appointments 

Consult Charges     ₹1500

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