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My wife have recently given birth to girl child but she has issue in low milk productions my frnd suggest me tablet perinorm it is safe to take for a breast feeding mother pls tell
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Please dont give perinorm tablet to  her for milk production ;you give  her galact granules 2 tea spoon ful with glass of normal milk twice aday
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Yes. Perinom tablet is safe in lactation period.  You can use shatavari powder as well.
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Yes perinorm is safe. You can give it to your wife. Along with this good hydration and frequent breastfeeding will help in increasing the milk production.
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Start with Tab Perinorm two times a day for 5 days. Also add Shatawari powder in one glass of milk daily. With time milk will increase. Don't worry.
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Low milk production is a common issue in mew moms. Don’t worry . Every feed should be breast feed first , then only the stimulation will increase the milk production. Perinorm can be given but good nutritious diet and plenty of hydration for the mother is very important
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it is safe and can be taken
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good healthy diet
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Try with lactare first and increase diet
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Yes Tab Perinorm can be taken. You can also use lactonic granules
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1. Frequency of breast feeding / latching should be every 2 hours , to increase breast milk production 2. Galact granules / lactonic granules / satavarex granules contain shatavari which increases milk production 3. Maternal milk intake , adequate liquid intake and high protein diet is important 4. Good rest n no stress is important 5. Perinorm cn be taken but not more than 3 - 5 days 6. Breast pump cn be used.
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don't take stress . eventually u wil hv milk production .
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Adequate Rest , liquid intake and stress free environment is important
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Yes Perinorm can be given . Frequent breast feeding is the most important factor . It takes 3 days to 1 week after delivery for proper milk flow to develop but 2 hourly latching of the baby should be continued even if there is no milk . This will develop reflexes in the body that will produce milk . Balanced diet and 3-4 litres of water per day should be taken
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You can try breast pump to increase the demand
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Yes perinorm is used to Increase breast milk production U can also add galact or lactonic granules 2 tsf three times a day with milk
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hv a good protein rich diet lots of fruits vegetables
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Yes you can take perinorm tablet & also satavrix powder/tablet .
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Low milk  that  in most of cases Recover by intake of proper balanced diet good amount of protein carbohydrates and fluids Proper rest and  good sleep which is deprived in most on postnatal patient Make sure while feeding she is in comfortable position  well ventilated room In some cases we need to  examine The patient as of any nipple crack or breast tenderness In most of cases  perinorm is used to cases of failed lactation
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Take Tablet Lactare 2 tablet three times a day for 15 days
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Take Tablet Domstal 10 mg three times a day for 5 days Take Galact granules two spoons with milk two times a day for a month
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Take Dabur Shatawari Capsule 2 caps three times a day for 15 days Drink lots of water and fruits juice Take lots of jeera and garlic
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Take lactare tab Increase diet
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Can give perinorm. Therr are a lot of factors like proper diet, technique which play a role in feeding . You may take a detailed consultation for the same .
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avoid formula
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Yes it is safe
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Hello dear,  lactation is vary important  part of a female after birth, you should know about some tips for proper lactation. To start with your mindset to feed the baby is must, clean the nipple, sit in comfortable  position, hold the baby in your left hand with support of your left hand, with proper position. With right hand hold your baby's hand, put your rt thumb in baby's palm, press when he sleeps or stop sucking. There is a reflex  known as milk let down reflex, means when baby suck then a message  reached to mothers pituitary  gland, and from there  hormone oxytocin  is released which causes milk ejection, if you  give top feed, baby won't suck, and no milk is   secreted. Perinorm is safe, you can give three times a day for 10 days. Drink more water, and milk. Also shatavari powder  in milk can be given  .
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Yes you can If your dr has advised drink plenty of water take healthy balanced diet
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Breastfeed often, every two to three hours , it encourages more milk production. Breastfeed from both the breast. Eat a well balanced diet, take protein rich food , u can take protein powder with milk Plenty of water Include Fenugreek, garlic, ginger in your diet Tab perinorm 10mg twice daily for 5.Dont take it for long periods. Relax and dont stress it .
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If still the problem doesn’t resolve, consult as the needs of each baby is different and proper nutrition is impounded for the growth of baby.
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Consult the doctor.there are few side-effects
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Though this tablet is safe to be taken while breastfeeding, the causes of low milk production are multiple. Adequate hydration, proper diet, lack of stress go a long way. Proper latching and posture are also important. Certain food promote breast milk production. If all these don't help do consultant a Gynaecologist or lactation specialist
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Consult a doctor.
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Yes it's good ..Improve your diet ....Keep feeding your baby . Stay happy and stress free
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Yes she can take that
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Perinorm tablet and shatavri are safe in this period.
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Low milk production is mainly seen in new mothers Tab Perinorm can be added for 5 day course it will help in more production of milk.After that frequent breast feeding is to be continued as proper latching helps in more production of milk. Stress free environment,more bonding with baby,good hydration(3 bottles as nearly 80 % of milk contains water),healthy diet increases milk production. To sustain or maintain good milk production Cap lactare / galact granules can be added after perinorm
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Yes u can take perinorm Try Lactare granules TDS along with increase intake of fluids Also u can increase  milk intake
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Inadequate milk production is a common  issue faced by mothers. Strong will to feed, plenty of liquids, frequent breast feeding every 2 hrs is  mandatory to get adequate milk.Tab.Perinorm is safe , but better to take it only for 3 days. There should be no stress and a positive environment for the mother to feed exclusively. Dont worry.
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Yes tablet perinorm is safe. She can take that. She can also add lactonic granules 2 tsf with milk twice a day. Apart from that frequent feeding and maintaining hydration along with a good diet will help in increasing the milk production.
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Yes safe
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Tab Perinorm is commonly given for increasing lactation.Its safe to use.still I would suggest to consult doctor regarding whether it is actually milk production is less or latching issue or due to breast engorgement. Also adequate rest,stress free environment and adequate sound sleep is important for milk production.
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Should consult doctor .
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Tab Perinorm is available by prescription only
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Increasing milk intake and taking wholesome meals also help. Taking Perinorm is okay if milk production is actually less. Improving diet in itself helps.
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I think husband has a great role to play in how a mother feels. Also feelings of guilty of b being not able to produce enough milk is the main culprit. Morally help the lady as much as as you can. On personal bond bet ween the mother and the baby I think is the most important reflects our body needs to produce milk I have seen patients who have taken all these granules and tablets and perinorm and all that and still have not been able to produce milk because of lack of proper moral support at home and the lack of someone to understand her postpartum depression state. So firstly support and love ur wife , rest are just like spices in any dish . The main dish is the familial support.
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Try to find and ask for help from husband and family. Shun feeling of gulity
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Take care
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Yes it's safe
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shatavari powder with milk
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She can take 1.perinorm for 5 days.not more than that. 2.Galact granules 1 to 2tsp in milk 3.cap lactare 2 capsule thrice a day for atleast 5 days 4.let her take milk twice a day 5.dalia ( sweet in milk or salt ) anything that she prefers
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most important is to be relaxed.having adequate sleep.feed in comfortable surroundings
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Hi, yes you can take perinorm tablets. It’s completely safe. Add Lactare granules 2 tsp to the milk and you can alter the doses as per the production of milk and requirement. Healthy diet and keep trying for the feeding even if you are giving top feed. The more the baby will suck, more will be the milk production. I hope it helps you Take care.
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Pls use satavarax powder or lactonic granules in milk
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You should take proper nutrition and adequate amount of fluids to ensure the proper milk supply. Try to feed the baby every two hourly, as the baby suckles more milk will be produced which will be sufficient for the baby.
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Even after doing this if the milk supply is still less, kindly consult a gynaecologist in person for further advice.
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If your friend is a doctor , follow her advice if not better have a consult for more clarity and exact line of treatment.
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Yes you can take it. But best is keep feeding baby..thats the best stimulus to increase milk
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