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formula milk and breastfeed

Preethi R
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Updated on Apr 11, 2017

hi my daughter is 1 nd half months old. I am doing exclusive breastfeeding. can we give formula milk immediately followed by breastfeeding if she cries aft formula feed? since bottle feed ll b new to her.. she myt cry fr breast milk immediately. plz suggest

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Tanushree Ghosh

| Apr 11, 2017

Shruthi, mine one 9 mnths old & it's same here. He'll get adequate sleep during day & at night he's full of energy. But it's not the same with every child. Try playing white noise it helped me. Let him play & get tired, he'll sleep on his own & it'll go with the time.

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Shruthi Patil

| Apr 11, 2017

help pls. ....my baby is not getting enough sleep ......always he is crying and laughing only. ...his doctor told me that is common up to 3 months. ...wt can I do

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Dharani Kumar

| Apr 11, 2017

Midhuna..... you can give mashed banana, boiled & mashed potato, sweet potato, apple puree, strained veggie, pomo juice

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Tanushree Ghosh

| Apr 11, 2017

Hi Preethi, I hv also done exclusive breastfeeding for six months & still continuing with solid & semi solid food. By god's grace I had good flow of milk so there was no need for formula milk. If u also have good flow of milk & ur baby is satisfied, then there's no need for formula milk or even a drop of water. Provided u feed d baby frequently as with every pee & poop their stomach gets empty. If there's some issue with the milk flow then definitely u have​ to give​ formula milk with doctor's suggestion. Try not to feed with bottle, go with the old method, bowl & spoon. Happy motherhood!!

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Midhuna Sagari

| Apr 11, 2017

hi my baby completed 6 months what semi-solids i have to give her and how many times, tank u.

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Suhani Roy

| Apr 11, 2017

Hello preet. many helpful tips here I thought it was helpful? check it out?. www. momcuddle. com

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Dharani Kumar

| Apr 11, 2017

Preethi.... you need to have certain gaps for both feeds... you can have 1-2 hrs gap atleast... try to feed stomach full on both feed & it's best to have more preference & frequency for breastmilk

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