The baby was born 24 days prematurely. At that time, it weighed 2470g and was 47cm long. After 51 days, 3300g was 52cm long, which was about 1.6 kg. At ordinary times, the baby can eat, drink, sleep, pull and cry. My wife's breast tube is relatively thin, and the baby's suction is small. She stops sucking for a while. My wife milks the baby manually when sucking, sucks a few more mouthfuls, and then chases about 40ml of milk after eating the milk, but it still doesn't grow meat. What should I do?
This situation of the baby may have something to do with improper feeding, or the child is not full. It is recommended to give the child an appropriate choice to drink some milk powder to supplement it. If you are worried, you need to take the child to the hospital for examination, which is more safe.
This is OK, too. You don't have to be too nervous. As long as the child can eat, drink and defecate normally, there is no big problem. You don't have to be too nervous. Adjust your state of mind and continue to observe.
Consider the examination of the children's health care department to determine whether there is the possibility of abnormality, and then consider whether there is insufficient feeding, observe the general situation of the child, monitor the weight, etc. if there are other symptoms, it is more necessary to check and treat in the hospital as soon as possible to alleviate the symptoms, so as to avoid delaying the condition and the possibility of other complications.