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This request usually arises when the baby does not appear to be breastfeeding enough.
Peeing enough?However, the first and most important focal point is weekly growth. If it's okay, there is no reason to assume that you have not been given enough nutrition. How much peeing depends not only on the amount of fluid you consume, but also on the temperature, the amount of blood you sweat. In general, it is true that the baby pee in each diaper, ie at least six times in 24 hours. About 50-60 milliliters of a small dose, equivalent to about three tablespoons of liquid. If the disposable, well-moist pelvis is difficult to see how much it is, test it with water, how much its tactile, weight changes.