2 months old baby

Question: Meri baby ka second month start hua hai aur kisi wajah se breast feed nhi krwa PA rahi hun to formula milk din me kitni bar aur kitni quantity me dena chahiye aur kitne ML pr Kitna spoon mix karna chahiye, Plz guide me

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Answer: try lactogen formula milk. Quantity etc pack k peeche likha hua h. 1oz water m 1 spoon lactogen, 2oz m 2 spoon.
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    rina sharma1071 days ago

    Hi dear depend karta hai apke baby ko kon sa suit kare Nan Pro 1 formula milk best hai 30ml m ek spoon or 60ml m 2 spoon dalne hai.

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