Few days old baby

Question: I have 3days old girl baby.. my nipple is big so she can't able to suck.. what to do? I am worried. pls help me

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Answer: Hello dear. It takes time but gradually babies get into the habit. It is big that is good for the baby. Please continue feeding the baby once she is into the habit she will start sucking on her own. Hope it helps.
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