Mom of a 11 m old girl

Q. How many hours does a 3 week old baby need to sleep? Should I wake her up every 3 hours for feeding in case she continues to sleep?

RajeswariMom of a 10 m old boy
A. hi.... my baby is 10 months old.... day by day uska khana pina kam ho raha hai.. kya Karl?
ExpertDr. Pandurang sawantPaediatrician
A. Its very common in babys at this age Feed properly before sleep to ur baby at night Switch off or dim light before sleep Sing a song or cuddle ur baby Check and change urine and motion immediately after passing at night Baby commonly wakes up 2-3 times at night for feed
ExpertDr. Pandurang sawantPaediatrician
A. If baby is passing adequate urine ie minimum 6-8 times per day then no need to worry (20 -22 times per day also normal). Feed ur baby as per baby's demand only Don't force for feed. It will help. Exclusive breast feed ur baby till 6month of age.
sweetyMom of a 4 yr old girl
A. yes 18-20 hrs Sleep schedule Each baby have a different pattern of sleep through the night as early as in the second month and some take take approximately 18 months to achieve the same but for this it is suggested that you should maintain and you should continue with the same schedule for the day of your baby even if your baby is just one month old make sure that putting off the lights at a regular time d and switching on the lights at regular time is also making them used to it and playing some music soothing music is also beneficial for the baby it helps them to calm them to calm down
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