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Twin babies born premature, not getting sufficient milk. What should be done?

Thank for ur reference... I have Twin immature babys born on 9th feb 2012.. there weight at birth was 1Kg. each.. as on today 18-04-2012 is 1.8Kg younger baby & 2Kg elder baby My wife is not getting sufficient milk so what should I do to feed my babys . & what you suggest for my wife that she would get sufficient milk.....
Asked On : Sat, 21 Apr 2012
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As you know a mothers milk is the best milk for the baby,but as she does not have enough milk the next option is to find someone in your family who is breastfeeding to give the babies milk.If that too is not possible you can give one of the baby formulas like naan.Make sure the bottle is clean.and is boiled(use a glass bottle ).You can give your wife food which is rich in proteins like egg and milk for her to be able to give more milk
Answered: Sat, 21 Apr 2012
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HELLO MR.GRISH KUMAR,
PLEASE GET YOUR BABIES CHECK UP BY YOUR NEAREST PAEDITRICIAN.HE /SHE WILL MANAGE THE CASE OF YOUR UNDER WEIGHT INFANTS.IN THE MEAN WHILE YOUR WIFE SHOULD PUT HERSELF ON SOME LIQUID AND GOOD DIETS,
HERE ARE SOME SOME HOMEO REMEDIES FOR AGLACTIA OF YOUR WIFE.
GALEGA Q 10 DROPS IN A 1/2 CUP 0F WATER EVERY MORNING BEFOE 1/2 HOUR MEAL.
AGNUS CASTUS 30 --- 10 DROPS IN 1/2 CUP WATER NOON 1/2 HOUR BEFORE
RISINSU COMMUNIS 30 AT BED TIME
10 DROPS IN 1/2 CUP OF WATER
DR.MOHSIN MADNI
Answered: Sat, 21 Apr 2012
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