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my baby is not interested to drink my milk
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my baby is not interested to drink my milk
my baby is not interested to drink my milk from his birth date to till now
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It is normal for breast milk to come in after a few days from birth. Suggest pumping and see if you have enough breast milk. If you do then continue then as the infant is feeding your supply will increase. If he is still fussing, then supplement with formula bottles, a few bottles during the day. Hoped this helped you.
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