Do not worry if your baby in the first few days after birth weight is lost. She was full of water and fat to withstand "marathon" that represents the birth. Probably will return to their original weight after a week. Of course, check with your pediatrician if you are concerned.
If you carefully wash and rinse bottles and teats with warm, clean water scouring and sterilization are not necessary. Be sure to remove all remnants of milk, because they very quickly break down and can impair a baby's stomach. Some dishwashers have a cycle for sanitation, which can further purified bottle.
Always wash hands carefully before preparing adapted milk. Be sure that all containers and utensils are very clean. Wipe the can adapted milk before you open it.
Prepared milk can be kept in the refrigerator for 48 hours if the baby has not touched a pacifier. If so, discard all remaining after feeding.
It is not necessary to heat up prepared milk. Although a small number of baby likes cold milk, some are different than others. Never heat the milk in the microwave. Microwaves unevenly heated milk, making it sporadically cold and mostly hot, you can easily burn your baby when it encounters the boiling milk. Hold the bottle under hot water for several minutes to warm up to room temperature.
All adapted milk are similar, but if someone answers your baby to hold it. In some cases the change in the type of milk can to fix problems with digestion, but this is usually not the case. Talk to your pediatrician before you replace one type of milk to another.
All kinds of adapted milk that are on sale are actually modified cow's milk, other than those of soybeans. If in your family has a lot of allergies and if you choose to formula milk, talk to your pediatrician about the use of soy adapted milk in feeding your baby.