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To understand why it is possible to save and GW at Mom, let's look at a mechanism of the body with the disease.

The most common cause of fever - a viral infection. Most frequently, even before the exterior of outward symptoms (eg fever or cough), my mum was already a holder of a virus, which means that a child has been exposed to the possibility of infection. When the aging body is faced with the infection, it starts a process of antibody production. These antibodies into the aging body of a child done natural milk. You will help a child not to get sick or to transfer a disease are relatively mild.

So for temperature, it is a baby of organic defenses against infection. Upon a illness of a hypothalamus increases the body temperature how that the body can produce substances it demands to combat a disease.

In turn, a rapid weaning is due to raise a temperature may be quite traumatic for the soundness of both mum and newborn. Mom may swell a chest that in itself increases a likelihood of mastitis. A newborn at a termination GW lose protective antibodies, but will yet be affected by viruses. However it is significant not to stop natural-feeding, and continue applying a baby on require.

If a temperature rose to highs, and you resolve to cut its medic abortion regimen, It is possible to pick up (but with caution) drug that is compatible with breast-feeding, like paracetamol or ibuprofen.

Hygiene to you and a child!

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