Many mums wonder how they can know if their baby is full after a feed. Thomson Medical Centre helps to answer.
How do I know if my baby is full after each feed?
- You will know that your baby is full when your baby appears satisfied and settled after the feed.
- Breasts should also not feel hard after breastfeeding.
- A well-hydrated baby (after 4 days old) will also wet about 6 to 8 diapers each day.
- Bowel movement will appear yellowish and watery. Baby should also return to birth weight by the time he/she is 7 to 10 days old.
- Subsequent weight gain is approximately 150g to 200g per week.
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