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    I had to wake ds every 2 hours to feed because i had GD. He kept waking up every 2 hours a few months later. so i think you shouldn't wake bub, just keep checking on her frequently.

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    Thank you so much for all of your help! I think the other nurse told me to wake her coz she wasn't gaining enough weight when she was bf directly. Since we feed her ebm in bottles, she is doing so much better, she gained 220g in 5 days whereas before she gained 110g in 2 weeks.


 

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