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If you are breastfeeding to your baby you can store your breastmilk...
Nan is best but its expensive also my doctor suggested me farex it doesn't mke lumps like nan
I have not used formula milk till now so I am a bit worried will she drink it in my absence.
If it's only a couple of hours you can pump your milk and store it so that someone else can feed the baby in your absence
Then store your breastmilk...baby will not easily adopt formula milk..
You can store your milk but keep it in refrigerator
@ Neha ..Yeah that is my concern..
OK and after removing from refrigerator the milk bottle needs to be put in warm water and not boiled like normal milk . Is this the correct way .
One more concern ..how much quantity I should keep ..
you can express ur milk and give.it can last for 6hrs if room temperature remains on.cooler side.im giving lyk dat only
Asper company & doctors Nan is good.
But My Little daughter didn't wish to take nan , so we switched to lactogen .It's perfectly ok
Pump as much asyou can. And feed fm too. Nan can be recommended. Lactogen also a recommend one as both are from nestle. Nan has pro briotics which means type of live bacteria which will be easy to digest. But according to my knowledge both are good. Nan has very strong flavour compared to lactogen. Babies are more likely to have lactogen than nan. Nutritional level has just little differences. After 6month im giving lactogen stage 2 because my baby doesn't like the taste of nan2. If your feeding breast milk too then i suggest you lactogen as it's cheap than Nan and they don't have that much difference.