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Parenting => Baby Development and Milestones => Weaning, Formula and Solids transition => Topic started by: Hinata on April 13, 2014, 10:17:52 pm

Title: Refrigerate ang natirang milk then reheat sa microwave?
Post by: Hinata on April 13, 2014, 10:17:52 pm
Hello mga mommies! I hope someone can help me. One time kasi hindi naubos ng baby ko ang milk niya, he is one and a half years old na and ang ginawa ng mother in law ko, nilagay niya sa ref ang milk. Reheat ko na lang daw sa microwave pag ipapadede ko na. Sabi ng pedia ng baby ko 4 hours ang itatagal ng milk pero after that hindi na pwede. More than 4 hours na kasi nakalipas nung tinimpla ko un milk, kahit na nasa ref pa sya, kaya di ko na pinadede.

Ginagawa nyo rin ba ito? Yung nilalagay sa ref un natirang milk ng baby nyo and then reheat sa microwave pag ipapadede na? next month pa kasi ang balik namin sa pedia, kaya I dont know kung safe gawin ito or hindi.
Title: Re: Refrigerate ang natirang milk then reheat sa microwave?
Post by: blissfullife on April 17, 2014, 10:06:19 pm
Should I Reheat A Bottle After Feeding Part Of It To My Baby?

No. Once a baby has nursed from a bottle, microorganisms from the baby's mouth are introduced into the formula. If any unused portion of formula is refrigerated and reheated, these microorganisms will have the opportunity to multiply. Neither refrigeration nor reheating will prevent this growth. Therefore, you should fill each bottle with only the amount of formula needed for one feeding. After feeding, if any formula remains unused in the bottle, it should be discarded.