Re: Changes in breastfeeding at 4 weeks
What she said. Just want to add on an explanation for the thick spit-up: spit-up consistency varies based on how long the milk has been in baby's tummy. If a baby spits up right after nursing, the spit-up looks like milk, thin and watery. If it happens a couple of hours after nursing, the spit-up looks thick and more cheesy or curdy.
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