Question by  Christian89 (29)

How many ounces should a 1-month old drink?


Answer by  Meredith92 (158)

Every baby is different in their development. Feeding will depend on if they are breast or formula fed, and if they were pre-mature at birth. Most 1 month olds will eat 2-4 ounces every 3-4 hours. This could put the total ounces between 16-24. Remember that every baby can vary in the amount of food they need.


Answer by  dubhreubel (501)

a one month old baby should drink between 3 and 4 ounces at each feeding, and between 14 to 28 ounces a day. Another way to tell is approximately 2. 5oz per pound of body weight a day. Your baby will regulate their intake themselves as well.


Answer by  phara (36)

A baby, newborn child and up to two months it must consume 26 ounces to the day divided in several captures of between 2 and 5 ounces each one. Generally the ingestion is divided every 3 hours; in the measure that the baby requests food mas followed to increase slowly the dose, without overcoming the dose or consulting the doctor.


Answer by  Tracipoo (1329)

A one month old baby should get 3 to 4 oz at each feeding and should not exceed 14 to 28 oz a day. You should not try to feed your baby solids or baby food until about 4-6 months.


Answer by  Latin4 (11170)

This depends on what your doctor says. Some babies drink 6 t0 8 ounces and some drink less more often. Your child will let you know if he is hungry and wants more, or let you know when he's full and not take it.

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