If the sucked milk is refrigerated, it needs to be heated before it can be eaten by the child. If it is directly squeezed out for feeding, it does not need to be heated. If the milk is too cold after the weather is cool, it is best to heat the child before using it. Generally speaking, it is best to be able to breastfeed directly, which reduces the pollution of milking.
The bottle for storing breast milk needs to be heated, and the proper temperature can make the baby like it and facilitate the absorption!