Guys, Will You Allow Your Mother-In-Law To Breastfeed Your Baby If Your Wife Is Not Around?
Medical experts especially the Nutritionists, believe that elderly grandmothers can still breastfeed their grandchildren.
They stated that grandparents’ bosom milk is advised for newborns whose biological mothers are unable to fed them for whatever reason.
According to dietitians, women beyond the age of 60 can still produce breast milk and efficiently breastfeed their infants.
Surrogate nursing – either by a grandmother or any other woman – should be initiated for babies whose mothers have died or have health difficulties that make bosom feeding impossible, according to the duo.
Can you allow anyone to give your breast to your baby if your wife is not around? Let us know what you think.
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