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emmyzmommy posted:
My baby is 2months old and breastfeeding, I burp her immediately after feeding (and she burps) and still continues to spit up every single time. Sometimes it is a small amount, other times a large amount. Just curious to see if anyone else has this problem and what I can do about it. I have tried letting her sit for 20 mins after feeding, I have propped her up to sleep, I have tried only feeding on one side to eliminate overfeeding problems. Please Help I'm worried!
emmyzmommy responded:
also, I am going to start back to work soon. How much milk supply should I have stored if I am only going to be working fri, sat, sunday? and how often should I pump at work? Thanks for your help.
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