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Although the World Health Organization (WHO) recommends breastfeeding as the preferred form of infant feeding for the first 6 months of life, there are situations in which this is not possible. Some of these situations are listed below:

  • Ineffective breastfeeding.
    Intense pain in the breast.
  • Lack of sucking on the part of the baby.
  • Medical treatment incompatible with breastfeeding.
  • Unhealthy habits in the mother such as smoking or drinking.

One of the advantages of artificial breastfeeding is that the father can also be in charge of preparing and giving the bottle to the baby. In this way, the mother can have more time for herself.

By (embryologist), (gynecologist), (embryologist) and (biochemist).
Last Update: 02/01/2024