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09-Feb-2019 11:22

Let-down occurs in response to the baby's suckling, though it also may be a conditioned response, e.g. Lactation can also be induced by a combination of physical and psychological stimulation, by drugs or by a combination of these methods.

Not all of breast milk's properties are understood, but its nutrient content is relatively consistent.

Although the baby has received some antibodies through the placenta, colostrum contains a substance which is new to the newborn, secretory immunoglobulin A (Ig A).

Ig A works to attack germs in the mucous membranes of the throat, lungs, and intestines, which are most likely to come under attack from germs.

Progesterone influences the growth in size of alveoli and lobes; high levels of progesterone, estrogen, prolactin and other hormones inhibit lactation before birth; hormone levels drop after birth, triggering milk production.

Initially after birth the baby cries with its first breaths.

Shortly after, it relaxes and makes small movements of the arms, shoulders and head.

Newborns who are immediately placed on their mother’s skin have a natural instinct to latch on to the breast and start nursing, typically within one hour of birth.

Immediate skin-to-skin contact may provide a form of imprinting that makes subsequent feeding significantly easier.

Progesterone influences the growth in size of alveoli and lobes; high levels of progesterone, estrogen, prolactin and other hormones inhibit lactation before birth; hormone levels drop after birth, triggering milk production.Initially after birth the baby cries with its first breaths.Shortly after, it relaxes and makes small movements of the arms, shoulders and head.Newborns who are immediately placed on their mother’s skin have a natural instinct to latch on to the breast and start nursing, typically within one hour of birth.Immediate skin-to-skin contact may provide a form of imprinting that makes subsequent feeding significantly easier.Rushing or interrupting the process, such as removing the baby to weigh him/her, may complicate subsequent feeding.