2 months old baby

Question: My baby is 2months old and she is on breast feed. How do i came to know that her tummy is full or not because she sleeps in between lactating? I am very confused that my breasts are full or not.. they are very soft n milk doesn't come out by squeezing

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Answer: Hi, Your baby might have getting sufficient milk ,if baby doesnt get enought milk, baby would have feel hungry and cry. Feed for every two hours.
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    Sonam Pandey167 days ago

    Thanks Hema

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