Re: Block feeding
While the elimination diet won't hurt your baby and may help, it sounds like an unnecessary step to me. All the issues you're seeing- the green poops, the gulping, the 5 monute feedings, the fussiness, the gassiness- are easily explained by oversupply and OALD, both of which are far more common than allergies/intolerances to things you're eating.
Don't worry about the hindmilk. As long as baby is growing well- and babies whose moms have oversupply often grow very quickly- you can rest assured that baby is getting everything she needs. A lot of moms labor under the misconception that the so-called foremilk is valueless, and only hindmilk has the elements that a baby needs to feel satisfied and stay healthy. But that's not the case: all the milk a mom produces contains what babies need. And remember that there's really no such thing as foremilk or hindmilk, just milk. The milk that comes out at the beginning of a feeding is relatively watery and higher in sugars, and as time goes on and the breast empties the milk gradually becomes creamier and creamier. There's no abrupt switch from foremilk to hindmilk.
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