The Rules In Formula Feeding For Babies Aged 1 Month?
. I want if the baby is 1 month old 1 week drink the milk 60 minutes 1 hour 1 time. Is it dangerous for the digestive organs?
Good evening, thank you for asking.
In general, a 1-month-old baby can drink up to 120 mL of administration with the frequency of administration per hour. So drinking 60 mL per hour is not dangerous as long as your baby doesn't look dehydrated and doesn't look thirsty. However, for the provision of drinking in infants do not have to focus on the amount and frequency of administration, it is recommended to focus more on seeing the baby's response when giving a drink. For example, when given a drink, the baby seems reluctant to drink milk until it runs out, eat stop giving, your baby may already feel full. Vice versa, if your child looks thirsty and wants to ask for more milk, give it again until your baby feels enough, do not limit your baby's desire to drink.
As long as the milk is given in accordance with the fluid needs of babies aged 1 month which is around 700 mL / day, it will generally not be dangerous. If the fluid given is not enough, then this has a danger because the baby could be dehydrated.
I hope this helps.