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    STUPID ME FORGOT TO ASK THE PEDIATRICIAN
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    DLOLVT posted:
    HOW MANY OUNCES PER FEEDING SHOULD MY 4 MONTH OLD DRINK PER FEEDING. SHE ALREADY STARTED RICE CEREAL SO THAT IS GREAT. BUT I FORGOT TO ASK PER FEEDING HOW MANY OUNCES. PLEASE HELP ME.
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    butterflygirl_530 responded:
    It really depends on what she was drinking before u added the cereal. I added it to my sons(hes 1 1/2 months old. Doctor okay-ed this) he was at 4 ounces when I started this. So once I started the cereal in it I went down to 3 ounces. Hes gone back up to 4 now. So I would try cutting the ounce and see how she does if she still seems hungry then go back what u was feeding her. Hope this helps


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