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    Default Help.. Advice needed!

    My DD is 10 weeks old and to date she only has 100 mls of formula at anyone time. I know she should be having much more but she just wont drink it. She is with good weight range.
    Yesterday and this morning she has been having a bottle almost every 2-2.5 hrs through the day when normally she will go 3-4 hrs. Ive tried to increase her formula but she wont drink it.
    She is very sooky also..

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    It is likely she is going through a wonder week. Also do not worry about how much formula she has in one sitting. As long as she is gaining weight, has wet nappies, and dirty ones every 1-2 days I wouldn't worry. My DD3 only has 150ml when she should have 200ml. She is 14 weeks today. I don't worry about it.

    Sounds like your LO is doing well so I wouldn't worry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silvana View Post
    It is likely she is going through a wonder week. Also do not worry about how much formula she has in one sitting. As long as she is gaining weight, has wet nappies, and dirty ones every 1-2 days I wouldn't worry. My DD3 only has 150ml when she should have 200ml. She is 14 weeks today. I don't worry about it.

    Sounds like your LO is doing well so I wouldn't worry.
    Great advice ..

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