Some mothers battle with the uncertainty of not knowing how much breast milk their baby is actually getting and many wonder whether mixed feeding is necessary. One of the big differences between breastfed and formula fed babies is that it’s clear how much milk volume a bottle fed baby has had. It’s just a simple matter of reading the measurements on the side of the bottle. Working out how much a breastfed baby has had requires a few more observation skills.
We used to believe that once a woman had one baby by caesarean section birth, she would automatically need to have caesareans for all future babies. But for the last few years this theory has been turned on its head. The general advice is for women who are planning to have more than two children to consider a VBAC. This is because of the associated risks with repeated caesarean sections.
What’s the Difference Between Immunisation and Vaccination? Most of us switch between using the words vaccination and immunisation, although they don’t mean exactly the same thing. Vaccinationmeans actually having a vaccine. This can be an injection (needle) or taken in via the mouth.