Re: Gassy Baby
How about trying to nurse him a little more often? If he's only eating every 4 hours then he's probably eating quite a lot all at once, and that can lead to more problems with trapped air, and the more full the breast is the stronger the letdowns will be. Also, newborn babies typically require 10-12 feedings per day, and if your baby is eating every 4 hours he's eating only 6 times a day, which is generally not enough.
Another thing that can help with gas is to try taking him off the breast while he's nursing, and burping him halfway into the feeding. That might get out quite a lot of burps!
What nursing position do you use? The first thing that is recommended to moms with oversupply is nursing in reclined positions, because reclining enlists the force of gravity to slow the flow of milk to the baby.
Finally, a PSA: newborns should never, ever be placed on their stomachs to sleep. It puts them at increased risk for SIDS and suffocation. See https://www.nichd.nih.gov/SIDS/Pages/sids.aspx for more.
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