Re: Disappointed, ready to give up - hel
I think you want to stay away from this nurse! Your baby is gaining, and according to this chart it seems like she's gaining at a pretty normal rate: http://www.kellymom.com/babyconcerns/growth/chart3.html. (Please chart her weight yourself- I am in the USA and my metric skills are a bit rusty!)
Don't worry about blood loss making your milk "weak" or "low calorie". Milk production doesn't work that way. First of all, women don't produce low-calorie milk. What is most important in terms of weight gain is quantity of milk, not quality. That's why it's important to nurse on demand. If your baby seems content to go long stretches between feedings, the best way to increase her weight gain is to offer the breast more often.
Don't get discouraged! But seriously, stop seeing that nurse.
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