Your No. 1 Choice of Confinement Centre – AfterBirthCare, Kajang
Once again, congratulations on expecting a baby! How’s your life and preparation in entering parenthood so far?
Still considering whether to choose AfterBirthCare Confinement Services or others?
Generally, there are few concerns which cause moms to hold back or decide not to stay in confinement centre. One of them is breastfeeding.
We received quite a number of common questions from expectant moms, e.g.:
- Does your confinement centre provide breastfeeding support?
- Does the centre have experts in teaching breastfeeding?
- What if I have low production of breastmilk?
- Does your centre provide formula milk powder?
No worries, AfterBirthCare is always here to assist you.
AfterBirthCare breastfeeding support service is managed by professional doctor, qualified midwife and nurses who are experienced in caring for postnatal moms as well as newborn babies. Our medical team is able to provide you with breastfeeding information, assistance and support. However, we also provide formula milk powder for baby just in case there’s a low milk supply from mom. We shall be at our best to assist you to bring your breastfeeding journey from struggle to a success.
Adding a smile to your breastfeeding journey.
Breastfeeding is a very important milestone for you and your little one. It is every mother’s wish to give only the best for their baby, and a healthy growth from the very start definitely tops the priority list. Though you may face different challenges in providing breastmilk, but the benefits that you can get from breastfeeding is far greater. Not only does it entail giving your baby the very best nutrients in their growing up process, the intimate bonding time is also irreplaceable.
Being able to breastfeed your baby is being considered as a joyful moment to you. Family plays an important role in providing physical and moral support to the mother and baby. Always get the family to get involved in the process of breastfeeding your baby. This is a wonderful bonding moment for the family.
A father may not be able to breastfeed his baby, but he still plays an important role in breastfeeding his baby. Research shows that if the father is supportive of breastfeeding, the mother is more likely to give it a try, and more likely to keep going even if things get tough e.g. less breastmilk production, pain, lack of sleep due to breastfeed multiple times a day, depression, etc. But husbands might be wondering what they can actually help since they themselves can’t breastfeed the baby. Which is why we strongly suggest the husband to stay together with the wife in our centre. In AfterBirthCare, father gets to attend breastfeeding lesson together with the mother. Father may find the lesson to be fascinating because he gets to learn how breasts make milk, positions to breastfeed, common lactation difficulties, how to know whether the baby is having enough milk etc. In addition, father gets to provide moral and physical support from time to time. Mother needs her partner to let her know that she’s doing a great job. Father can also be a hero to become her as well as baby’s caretaker.
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