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Great common sense here. Wish I'd thghout of that.
boiled warm water start about 10ml twice a day, babys need fluid like u an me ther bodies abrsob alot of water, and it could be the formula, i have a 10week old baby boy an he was on formula and breast then when i put him onto formula alone he got realy constipated s26 gold did it to him now he is on karicare, an is much better but i still need to give him water every day he now has about 40ml water, i got my info from my child health nurse, but if it is realy bad take him to the docReferences :
Gwen, I know it's been a while since you posed your question, but I've been in your shoes and want to tell you not to worry. I had a lot of tuorble breast-feeding my first I saw a (wonderful) lactation consultant, pumped multiple times a day to stimulate milk production, etc, etc. Even so, I had to supplement with formula because my daughter still wasn't getting enough nourishment. At that point, so that I wouldn't confuse her by giving her a bottle, I used one of those setups where she got the formula through a tiny tube next to my nipple as she nursed and I still remember how her eyes flew open in shock when her suck finally produced an abundance of milk, and how eagerly she nursed at that point. It was right around then that I decided that I didn't want my daughter's babyhood to be all about struggling to nurse her, and I switched to the bottle. She's 15 now and healthy; believe me, her lack of breast milk has not hampered her development. I completely agree with Rachel breast milk is best, but your baby will do just fine whichever way you go. I wish you the best!