When you start breastfeeding your baby, you’ve probably wondered if you give him milk enough.
There are cases in which breast milk is not enough for children but, according to experts, these situations are rare.

This problem can occur when you lose the feeling of “fullness” of the breasts, or if no leak from the nipples. Also, as he grows, child food needs grow and he will want more and more milk.

However, according to pediatricians, lactation reduced is a problem when it is not resolved, children suffer from malnutrition. For most women in this category, the problem can be solved if they learn to breastfeed properly. But in case of 2% – 5% of women with reduced lactation this problem can not be solved.

Breastfeeding of a moms can drop temporary unless feeding their baby when she should because nipple pain or they do not know how to breastfeed correctly.

Also birth control pills or estrogen-based mother’s malaise could affect lactation.
For some women, biological or physical condition, such as hormonal disorders or breast surgery, may cause lactation to be low.

But for most moms, the problem is not producing milk, but that does not know how to breastfeed properly and because of this, babies are not getting enough milk.

After he grows the breastfeeding can stop. It has to be replaced with milk.

At the age of 11 months, child nutrition should include 400-500 ml of milk per day, distributed at the table in the morning and evening. Milk can be given with a bottle or cup, depending on the preference of the child, simple or with added grain (in the form of flakes or powder grain – so-called “mash”), if the baby accepts the offer on the table from morning cup milk together with bread and butter and something sweet.

The daily ration of milk should be maintained in coming years.

But in no case will force the child to drink the whole cup of milk, if he refuses. For the first year of life, many infants begin to no longer like milk and in this case are not advisable to push or force your child to drink it, it will try to give milk with cereals (powder or flakes) form of puddings, meal or will be replaced by other dairy products: cheese, yogurt, depending on infant preferences.

It will also help boost and maintain your child’s overall health and immune system for the rest of his/her life.