Hello, if you have enough milk, you do not have to add more fluids between breastfeeding, breastfeed your daughter as she wants, even after 1-1.5 hours.Reply by: Doctor
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Newborn and fluids
Hello, I have a 3-week-old daughter, I only breastfeed, I’d say I have enough milk, I’d like to ask if I should add boiled baby water between breastfeeds so she has enough fluids during these high temperatures? Sometimes she wants to be fed during the day and after 1-1.5 hours, at night she lasts 3-4 hours without breastfeeding, her nappies are quite wet.