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Ideally how long should a baby be left in undisturbed skin-to-skin contact after birth?
If a baby does not feed at birth, how long should you wait before the nursing parent begins hand expressing and giving colostrum?
How many wet nappies would you expect BEFORE the milk comes in, in a normal breastfed baby?
How many wet nappies a day would you expect AFTER the milk has come in, in a normal breastfed baby?
What day would you expect the baby’s stool to start changing towards yellow in a thriving breastfed baby?
Please fill in the blank with a single number.
If a mother and baby are separated from the time of birth, or the baby has not yet latched, then the mother should be encouraged to express her milk a minimum of times in 24 hours.
Select the 7 signs of INEFFECTIVE attachment from the list below?
As compared with initial birth weight and length, at 12 months of age a baby has:
Breast engorgement leads to:
A client with gestational diabetes has heard that it is common for the hospital to give babies with hyperglycaemia infant formula. Which response would be the least helpful to give?
Expressed breastmilk comes in a variety of colours – blue, green, brownish, yellow, gold, clear and white – which is considered normal for both colostrum and mature milk.
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