1 months old baby

Question: My baby is awake from early morning 3 - 8. And she is urinating 6 times within 1.5 hr. Is it normal?... she is not awake in the day time.

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Answer: Hi dear congrats....if ur baby doing urine 6 times in 1.5 hour means she is well hydrated n she is healthy baby...babies need to adjust for sleeping cycle,it take some time and one more thing feed ur baby completely one side at a time and den another side...so ur baby get both foremik (watery milk) n hindmilk(fat milk) so ur baby goes to good sleep......
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    Anonymous Mom70 days ago

    Thanks for the reply.

Answer: It is normal. Some babies sleeps in the morning and some at night. If she is urinating many times it's good, it means she is taking sufficient milk.
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