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Question: How to increase baby's weight.. my baby is on breastmilk.. should i give her formula milk.. ? Which formula milk is good & in what quantity ?

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Answer: Consult with your baby's doctor before taking any formula milk otherwise lactogen is best you can give your baby as per her requirement after giving your breastmilk
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    DHARMAMBAL GEETHA191 days ago

    If u r la tatting enough, and if baby's hunger is satisified, then i suggest not to go for formula milk. Baby's weight wil gradually increase. So not to worry about it..

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    DHARMAMBAL GEETHA191 days ago

    * if u are lactating enough

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