Question: meri baby 20 days ko usko kitni bar or kitni der tk feed karana chahiye???
Answer: As for breastmilk – as a general rule, most newborns need between 20 and 30 ounces of breastmilk (and between 25-35 ounces once they’re past the newborn stage). In general, if you are exclusively nursing, it’s best to nurse on demand in the first few weeks after birth – this will ensure that your milk supply becomes well-established. In the first 12 weeks, your newborn may have one 4-5 hour stretch of sleep during the day or night, but your baby really shouldn’t have more than one (or possibly two, in some cases) – in order to maintain your supply, you’ll need to nurse every 2-3 hours, on average. Once your baby is past 3 months of age, and is in the infant stage, that will slowly stretch into 5-6 hours, and then 7-8, and eventually right up to 10 or 11 hours once your baby is 9 or 10 months old.
Question: 2 months baby ko din or rat me kitni bar brest feed krwana chahiye
Answer: Feed atleast 8- 12 times. Generally babies automatically feed once every 3hrs to 4hrs and in a day you automatically end up feeding 8times to 12 times.