Re: why only at night?????
Terrific! In case your doctor hasn't answered your question yet, it's totally normal for a breastfed baby to poop every time she eats. Often putting something in at the top of the baby's digestive system stimulates her to move something out at the bottom. Poop frequency will decrease with time, though. You won't be changing a zillion poopy diapers every day!
she has plenty of wet and voided diapers! She has so many vioded diapers infact I had to ask her doctor if it was normal
When you're extremely full, the milk generally comes out faster than when you're feeling empty. And some babies who prefer a fast flow get fussy when the flow slows down.
I acutally started wondering if the problem is when she feeds off my breast when they are full she is very good but also dose the milk flow easier when full because I am now thinking when she is wanting to keep feeding and feeding after she has drained them she dose not have a very good latch it seems and it dose not feel like she has a very strong suckel!
When you say your baby does not seem to have a good latch or strong suckle after she has drained a breast, what exactly do you mean? Is her latch painful? Or is it just that her suckling is less eager than at the start of a feeding? If her latch becomes painful at the end of a feeding, you may need to take her off the breast, burp her, and relatch. If she's just suckling more gently, the issue is probably just that she has transitioned from suckling for food to suckling for comfort, which produces a more gentle feeling.
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