Being a working mother certainly has many consequences. One is about how to go to work but still be able to provide breast milk to our baby. It’s no easy matter. It takes hard work and great patience. There are many things that we must prepare other than mental of course. Bringing milk pumping equipment is one way to solve the problem. Here are the things to watch out for to prepare.
First, the equipment consists of:
– Milk pump
– Plastic or bottle to store milk
– Ice in gel form
– Special bags that can withstand cold or heat
– Hand or antiseptic cleansing fluid
Second, how to pump breast milk
– Find a clean and closed place
– Wash hands thoroughly beforehand
– Take a relaxed position
– Put the pump on the breast properly
– Start pumping slowly but surely
– Imagine our cute baby’s face, it can make our milk come out swiftly.
Third, keep our pump results correctly
-know the milk in a special plastic
– If stored in a special bag along with ice gel, milk can last about 7 hours
– Immediately enter into our refrigerator freezer when it is home
Finally, how to provide breast milk that has been frozen in infants
– Put the frozen milk at room temperature
– We can use the microwave to warm up
– We can also soak it in hot water until the milk melts.
– Immediately give milk that has melted on the baby
By always pumping breast milk, we can calm down in working without having to worry about the baby we live at home. However, the provision of breast milk is very important for the baby’s growth and growth of intelligence. In addition to patients, mothers also need support from the work environment. A good working environment definitely provides an adequate place for nursing mothers.
Some time ago, our first daughter Nay complained of pain in her stomach. At that moment he just lay down holding his stomach. I was a bit worried but tried to calm down. While persuading her to be patient, I promised her to see the doctor this afternoon.
Until daytime he went into the bathroom to urinate, he screamed while crying. Nay says there’s blood in his underwear. It was then that I realized my daughter had just gotten her first period. My beautiful girl is growing up.
it is important for parents, especially mothers to provide a clear understanding of menstruation so that young women are better prepared and confident when it comes to menstruation for the first time.
For those of you who have never experienced menstruation, pay close attention to what should be prepared when the menstrual cycle begins to visit.
5 Signs that Spawn during First Menstruation
In general, girls will experience first menstruation at the age of 11-14 years although it can happen before or after that age, depending on the maturity of the reproductive system and hormonal conditions.
For girls aged 10-11 years, should have gained an understanding of the signs or symptoms commonly experienced before menstruation, such as the following:
1. Physical signs of menstruation
Some of the physical signs that are commonly experienced before menstruation include enlarged breasts and the growth of fur around the organs of femininity.
This condition can serve as an early sign of menstruation that will be experienced by girls.
Usually, such physical signs are experienced about 2 years before menstruation first.
2. The emergence of mucus
In general, breast enlargement in female children is also accompanied by the emergence of mucus from female organs, which occurs about 1 year or 6 months before experiencing the first menstruation.
3. Hormonal Changes
Hormonal changes commonly occur before menstruation, and this can be characterized by psychotic conditions that tend to be moody and emotional.
When you experience this, multiply the anticipation by knowing which hormones are influential during menstruation.
4. Lower Belly Pain
Before menstruation, a woman will experience pain in the lower abdomen as a result of uterine muscle contractions.
Sometimes the feeling of hurt is following with a sore on the waist and pelvic area.
Symptoms STDs are also often complained about before menstruation, although each woman may have different intensities.
PMS is often characterized by symptoms such as abdominal pain, bloating, headache, fatigue and tend to be emotional (read: Overcome STDs).
Tips on Facing Menstruation First for Young Women
After knowing the signs that occur before the menstruation, then you should do some preparation when the new menstrual cycle begins, including are as follows:
1. Prepare Bandages
The first period of menstruation can occur at any time with pre-existing symptoms and is very likely to occur when young women are in school.
Therefore the first preparation step that must be done is to prepare the pads for the purposes of menstruation.
For this purpose, it is advisable to prepare a high absorption bandage in anticipation to avoid penetrating if menstrual blood comes out a lot.
Also, make sure to bring back the pads for replacement so that you can immediately replace the pads if the volume of blood that comes out a lot.
2. Prepare Replace Clothing
If menstruation comes suddenly unnoticed causing blood stains on the skirt, it is important for a young woman to bring a change of clothes both underwear and skirt in anticipation if experiencing it.
Make sure also used underwear made of cotton that absorbs sweat so it is not moist and comfortable to use.
3. Do not panic
If it turns out menstruation comes suddenly and there are friends who tell you little blood stains on the skirt, then no need to panic with the reprimand.
Immediately to the bathroom and use a dressing and replace the skirt with a pre-prepared.
4. Limit Physical Activity
If menstruation comes for the first time, it should avoid physical activity or heavy exercise.
It is also important to compensate for adequate rest, multiply the foods with balanced nutrition and multiply consume enough water in order to avoid dehydration.
5. Keep the Organs Clean
Make sure to always replace the pads at least every 3-4 hours, especially when the menstrual blood that comes out is a lot.
And do not forget to wash the female organs the right way, with the direction from front to back and immediately dry in the same direction so as not to damp.
Those are some of the first menstrual tips for young women.
This story is about baby Nay. A little baby with a big story accompanying her. December 8, 2005, was the beginning I felt there was something wrong with my pregnancy. I was 7 months pregnant. My body had a very high fever that had to be rushed to the hospital. The doctor who examined me gave no sign whatsoever about my blood. I was just sentenced to sick typhus and had to be hospitalized. When I can not think anything. All I know is my whole body hurts. Intravenous fluid was put through my hands. It feels very uncomfortable.
In the morning at 6 o’clock, a lot of fluid came out through my vagina. Ah … this is what is called amniotic water. I can not stop it. The liquid came out swiftly. Not long after, I felt a tremendous heartburn on my stomach. The nurse took me straight to the delivery room. All my energy is consumed by the pain that is felt. Running time is very slow. But the pain was even more pronounced to make my lips tremble great. The world feels like a somersault. Everything feels wrong. Irresistible irritability plus my higher body fever. Occasionally doctors check me and just smile while saying, “be patient … survive”. And at that moment I wanted to scream as hard as I could. It felt like there were dozens of razors that slashed my body.
Until 12 noon, I’m not strong anymore. I finally gave up. I decided for a C-section. My husband agreed because he felt very worry to see my condition. When the entire medical team set up an operation for me, that’s when I felt a very strong impulse from inside my stomach. Unconsciously I was straining with all my might. There is something slippery sliding through my vagina. The nurse next to me was surprised to see my baby get out quickly. She immediately took hold of my baby (I guess something was indeed my baby). Then after cutting the placenta strap, he showed me a glimpse of the tiny baby who was not crying in front of my face. Yes, my baby did not make a crying sound and it was very worrying. Before I could see it clearly, my baby was immediately put into a sterile room and put in an incubator. There is something that makes me sad and feels very anxious. Why were the nurses tense but did not say anything to me.
After being transferred to the treatment room, I kept crying. I do not care about the wound ripping on my vagina. All I think about is my baby. During the night I cried because I was not allowed to see it. Until the very next morning, my husband took me in a wheelchair to the nursery. I did not enter the room. But when I was shown my baby through a large glass window, I burst into tears. I watched myself a very small baby weighing just 1.6 kg in front of me with lots of hoses on his body even in his nostrils. My baby is surviving. He is struggling. The beautiful baby born prematurely we named Nay. Mom loves you wholeheartedly. Strive to say, mother’s prayer is with you.
And today exactly Nay baby turned into a beautiful girl with a beautiful heart too. 12 years old is now, and the mother remains and will always say to you, Nay.