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Baby doesn't pass urine more than 4 time
My baby does not pass urine more than 4 times. Just 16days old baby and she passed motion twice in a day. But we are feeding her more than 180ml per day. We are consulting more than 3 doctors but they said feeding is the main problem so they said please feed more. But we always tried to feed more and we reached upto 180ml per day. And also she doesn't able to latching properly. Sometimes she suck 3 or 4 times. But after that she slept or she not interested to suck. My wife is in so much depression for this. So please give us the solution or let me know what we did wrong.
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Hiii... What is the birth weight of the baby....?? Are you giving total formula milk...?? If you are giving only 180ml for whole 24hours for a 16 days baby means you are giving less feeding only untill and unless the child's birth weight is less than 2 kgs. Suppose your child is 3 kgs you have give almost 300ml of milk for 24 hours.. Sometimes newborns may pass urine and stools at a time, so if the baby is wearing a diaper you may miss urine passed at the time of passing stools.. So kindly check for weight gain of the baby... If weight gain is good nothing to worry, you may be missing urine count thats it...
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