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... Sometimes it takes a little trial and error finding the right formula for your baby. I would definitely try a different formula and see if that makes a difference. ... (10 replies)
... weeks. I was feeding him 2 ounces like recommended. I finally put him up to 3 ounces and that worked wonders. The doctor said that if the baby is acting like its hungry after eating a bottle to try to increase the formula. But not to go over 4 ounces in the first month. ... (19 replies)
"Baby Wearing"
May 25, 2006
... Waht are you doing to increase your supply? ... (35 replies)

... We ued formula to supplement feeding when my boy was a month old or o. I suffered from a mild post partum depression and was suffering from insomnia. ... (3 replies)
... he's eating from one side. SteffiM is right, he's probably going through that 3 month growth spurt. he'll eat every 2 hours for a few days to maybe a week, to increase your milk supply, and then he'll slow down again. ... (7 replies)
... tfed since day 1. My problem is when we go out I want to be able to give him the bottle. I can't pump. Right now he is taking everything from me. I have tried to increase my supply but I just do enough for him right now. I use to be able to wake up and pump out 6oz but now I get 2oz if I am lucky. ... (5 replies)
... Our peditrician uses a rule of thumb on how much to feed a baby based upon its weight. I'd tell you that rule, but I don't believe in it. ... (7 replies)
... As for weight gain, I really would not worry. Weight gain slows down a lot after 6 months, but the important thing is that your baby is happy, content after feeding, and is producing enough wet and poopy diapers. If these things are Ok then I would not supplement. ... (6 replies)
... she doesn't seem interested anymore. BF babies will eat less, more often, formula fed babies tend to eat more less often. It will all depend on your baby and their needs. I don't even really time the closeness of Ethan's feedings, I just feed him when he is hungry, unless it is approaching 5 hours. The ped. ... (4 replies)
... I agree with MJCota, the generic brand of formula is essentially the same as the name brand. I would have her check with the pediatrician. At 11 weeks old, the baby is much more active, not sleeping as much. Babies expend calories doing everything, kicking, playing, regulating temperature and sucking. ... (5 replies)
... I disagree. Bottle fed babies need an increase in formula at certain ages. My milk supply is not increasing. I have to depend on the bottle and not my breasts. ... (6 replies)
... am SOOOO out of practice. When he came home, he was eating less than 2 oz because he was very premature. I am soooooo nervous about that. So do I assume that the baby is ready for more when she is still trying to eat when the bottle is gone? ... (4 replies)
... If the baby is only about a month old the mother should be able to get her milk supply back....if she wants to try to breastfeed the baby. ... (17 replies)
... i agree with the other posters. Let the baby tell you how much she needs or wants. My daughter is a month old and she lets me know when she's hungry and when she wants more.. and i give it to her. ... (7 replies)
... i just don't know if there is a certain amount of food a baby is to eat each month? ... (7 replies)
... a baby jar at a feeding. So far it has not seemed to interfere with her milk intake, which is what I have been concerned about all along. ... (9 replies)
... sometimes he doesn't. Just follow what your baby needs. ... (7 replies)
... As long as the baby doesn't get really fussy after a large feeding or spits up it's ok. My daughter who is now 12.5 months old was taking 5 oz at every feeding at 2 months old. ... (7 replies)
... Let your baby guide how much you feed them. ... (7 replies)
... I started Gabby on 3oz for probably the 1st 5-7 days but as soon as she started draining the whole bottle we went up to 4oz shes now 7 weeks and NEVER drains a 5oz so we're back to 4oz bottles which she seems happy with :) She just wants a top up 1 1/2 - 2 hours later lol. Just take the lead from your baby, I had such a bad time the 1st couple of days in hospital with the... (4 replies)

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