Re: Could this be oversupply?
w/ LLLMeg. The advice most moms are given is to feed on demand, but it should be "Feed on demand, or at least every 2-3 hours during the day and every 3-4 at night". Sometimes sleepy babies need mom to take charge and offer the breast more often than baby seems to want. But it's usually a very temporary situation!
Oversupply and excessive foremilk intake really are not the worst problems to have. Oversupply usually means baby gets her meals, and then some, and the problem usually fixes itself with time. Excessive foremilk intake isn't a huge deal, either- it may cause gas and green poops, but as long as the baby isn't too uncomfortable it's not such a big deal and it also usually self-corrects as supply adjusts.
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