As the member said. In 2001, in order to achieve the target of "50% exclusive breastfeeding rate six months ago" stated by the World Health Organization (WHO), the government from the central health department to health centers, teaching hospitals to postpartum care centers, all mobilized to mobilize mother-infant friendship. policy. Through 24-hour mother-infant rooming, prohibition of online sales of formula milk powder, and overwhelming publicity, it conveys "breast milk has many benefits", "breastfeeding is easy", "best for baby", so that anyone without knowledge background and relevant experience Dare to point fingers at her mother and say: "Is breast milk better for children? Why don't you breastfeed?" As a result, the nursing that originally consisted of the intimate mother-infant connection time and attachment relationship between mother and baby has become the most powerful source of stress for all women after childbirth. At this time.
Taiwan, which has less maternity leave than most countries and does not have any public-funded lactation consultant resources, has surpassed . Let me tell you something very sad. Behind every growth, there are countless mothers' blood and tears. In fact, the Royal Society of Midwifery announced as early as 2018 that it is necessary to respect women who do not want or cannot breastfeed. If a mother decides to feed her baby with formula after receiving sufficient information, she should not be condemned. Don't let women take care of their newborns In the first stage, you feel guilty about any of your decisions. arrow_forward_iosunderstand more Powered Shadow Making by GliaStudio Minister Chen Shizhong responded: "I have never heard that mother-infant nursing is bad for children. Whether it is friendly to the means of promotion is a matter of implementation.
" It is always the breast milk "policy" that should be reviewed, not breast milk I still want to emphasize that these initiatives are definitely not against breast milk, we are against rigid policies that only care about the numbers, not the feelings of mothers. Mother-infant feeding is not just a "baby", but also a living mother. Whether the implementation is friendly or not, we must first consider the individual differences between mothers and babies. The chest is not a faucet, and there is milk when you turn it on; a newborn sucking milk is not an adult sucking bubble tea. The milk comes slowly, the milk comes out too fast, the More about this source textSource text required for additional translation information Send feedback Side panels