Giving your baby formula in addition to breastfeeding is called supplementing. It's completely OK and perfectly safe to do, and many families choose this type of combination feeding method, whether out of necessity e. In some cases, breastfeeding and providing formula may be recommended by a doctor for medical reasons. For this and other reasons, including emotions and cost, making the decision to supplement with formula may not be an easy one.
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Breast-feeding and Family Medicine Faculty
Returning to work after the birth of a baby challenges all mothers, regardless of the age of the child. However, for breast-feeding mothers, there are special considerations. The World Health Organization Guidelines of exclusive breast-feeding for 6 months, followed by weaning foods and continued breast-feeding until 2 years, are widely promulgated by us in family medicine. Many women faculty with a young infant have struggled with how to operationalize continued breast-feeding after returning to work. Expressing milk is thought to be a routine expectation for workplace mothers, but the actual lived experience of this proves challenging and may not be discussed in professional circles.
Here are some signs you may need additional support or medical care. When I was a new mother, I heard so much about the advantages of breastfeeding over formula feeding that it felt like my only options were either breast milk or formula. So much so that it seemed like a revelation when I finally realized I could do both at the same time. I was not alone in this realization, of course. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one out of three breastfeeding mothers in the United States supplements her breast milk with formula by the time her baby reaches 6 months of age.