Re: How much breastmilk should my 10 month old be getting?
Milk intake for an exclusively breastfed baby is generally 20-30 oz per day. Until a year, babies are supposed to receive most of their nutrition from milk (or formula) with solids only "complementing" milk/formula in the baby's diet- but it's really difficult to say what that means in terms of oz for a 10 month old baby. 6-9 oz is definitely low, so anything you can do to increase baby's milk intake is good. Cutting back on solids may help, if baby happens to be an extremely enthusiastic eater when it comes to solids. But please don't stress too much- nursing strikes are really hard and you're doing a great job getting milk into your LO!
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