3 months old baby

Question: Hi...my baby is 4 months old..and now i have noticed that my breast milk whiteness has reduced today and started coming like little watery milk why this happens?..can anything be done for this ?

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Answer: Hi. Its fore milk dear. Breast milk is of two type, one that comes in starting and is trasparent watery liquid its called fore milk as baby feeds the milk becomes thick by end and contains most of the nutrients and fat its called hind milk. A baby need 1/4 th of fore milk and rest hind milk for proper growth. These both type of milk is formed in every women so in you. So just dont worry and feed your baby from one breast till end so that baby gets proper fat which would increase babies weight.
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    uppuluri bhanu60 days ago

    Thanks a lot my friend..it was really helpful

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