Re: Should I stop block feeding?
Block feeding is an art, not a science. The best way to decide when it's time to switch sides is to watch the baby and the breast rather than the clock. If the baby seems hungry after finishing the first breast, and you feel pretty empty, then it's time to switch sides even if the clock says you still have hours to go. Often you will need to do one-sided feedings during part of the day, and offer both sides during other parts of the day. Many moms find that they have more milk in the wee hours of the night and early morning, and less in the afternoon-evening.
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