Re: if only mother's milk were enough
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One thing you might want to suggest is doing a weigh-feed-weigh test at the LC's office. You weigh the baby, then nurse the baby, and then weigh the baby again- and by subtracting the before weight from the after, you get an accurate measurement of how much milk your LO took in while nursing. Now, the problem with weigh-feed-weigh tests is that a single measurement doesn't tell you much, since a baby may feed well at the LC's office and then not so well at home, or vice versa. But if you learn how to do the measurements and then take a rental scale home, you can use the weigh-feed-weigh method to know when you need to supplement and when you don't.
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