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... how much should a 5 week old eat ? ... (6 replies)
... hours, i think this is too much but the doc says that it is fine. does anyone else know about this? ... (6 replies)
... how often should a 5 week old baby eat and how much (1 replies)

... This, along with everything else, varies greatly by child. As long as she's peeing and pooping well, and weight isn't a concern, then a child should be allowed to eat as much or as little as they like. ... (6 replies)
... i have a similar thing with my 2 and a half week old, when i give him a bottle he will only take 2 oz, he physically wont take anymore, if you try and give him more he either spits it out or brings it straight back up, yet an hour and a half later he is screaming for more. i do give him another bottle when he wants it and he will take another 2 oz. i suggestd to my midwife... (7 replies)
... My little girl was born Dec. 8, and wieghed 5.5 pounds. Her intake of the formula is 3 ounces every 2-3 hours. As long as your baby is eating and gainging weight (and not losin) then everything should be okay ;). Every baby is diferent. (6 replies)
... Your baby is going to eat as much as they want at each feeding. They know how hungry they are, and sometimes they throw us a curve ball and rapidly increase or decrease their food intake. ... (6 replies)
... Hi. My daughter Elora was five weeks yesterday. She is eating about 4-5 oz every 4 hours. It isn't set in stone though, sometimes she eats more, sometimes she eats less. I try to feed her a little more often during the day so that she feeds less at night time. But it doesn't really matter what I want her to do, she does what she wants. But for the most part, that is the... (6 replies)
... My baby was also 11 lbs by the time he was 4 weeks old so it depends on the size or weight of your baby. ... (6 replies)
... ing on the baby. They might not want it right then but in half hour they might. It is supply and demand. Is shoudl go out of their systems fast and their stools should be loose not stiff. ... (7 replies)
... How much on average does an 8 week old eat at each feeding? ... (7 replies)
... My DS is 5 weeks old and eats more and more every week. ... (5 replies)
... ounces doesn't sound like a lot to me either, since babies eat when they're hungry and stop when they're full, and if she's not full at 3 ounces, most doctors would tell you to let her keep eating. ... (24 replies)
... He had trouble with rapid breathing at birth and spent a week in the NICU where he had to learn to eat and breathe and was on an IV in the beginning because he was taking very little formula. ... (3 replies)
... Well, on and off for the next week and a half, he gets a fever, but then it goes away. He has a runny nose that won't stop running.... ... (1 replies)
... my son is going to be 6 weeks this week, there are sometimes he want to eat every hour and a half or even every hour, i always feed him i cant get his mind off of it. is it ok to be feeding him that often? ... (6 replies)
... ld to use, which he latches onto just fine. However, we quickly found that he apparently wasn't getting enough from feeding with the shield, because he wanted to eat ALL the time. ... (3 replies)
... The primary reason, IMHO, is to get baby used to eating meat now when she's much more willing to try new things. ... (8 replies)
... Hi moms, I am very curious to see where your babies are at developmentally. I have a 4 year old who has special needs, so I don't have much to go on to see where my guy should be. ... (9 replies)
... Hello. This evening I have been looking on LLLs website after concerns have arisen regarding my 4 week old son. I am not breast feeding, I am exclusively pumping due to many problems in the beginning. ... (10 replies)

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