Re: Supply is in, baby eats for a few minutes at a time
Welcome to the forum and congratulations on the new baby!
The first thing to know is that you want to base your baby's milk intake on her diaper output and weight gain, not the length of time she feeds. Feeding length varies widely even at the earliest ages, with some babies taking just 5-10 minutes to nurse and others taking close to an hour. This is a handy reference on what to look for, when it comes to diaper output and weight: http://kellymom.com/bf/got-milk/supp...s/enough-milk/
If your baby has sufficient wet and poopy diapers and her weight gain is good, you can relax. Just try to roll with the frequent feedings, because they, too, are normal. Breastmilk digests fast, newborn tummies are tiny, and a baby is growing faster during the newborn stage than she ever will again in her entire life. Eventually she'll space her feedings out and become more predictable, but you certainly can't expect it at less than a week old!
Now, if your baby doesn't have sufficient wet/poopy diaper output, let us know and we will give you tips on getting her to nurse more actively!
Finally, I am SO GLAD you were smart enough to ignore the pediatrician's comment about you not making enough milk. A smart doc who was concerned about your baby's intake would refer you to a lactation consultant, preferably an IBCLC, instead of just tossing off comments about your milk supply. If this person is your baby's regular doc, you might want to look for a different care provider.
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