Question by  Annie44 (28)

How much formula should I feed my 1 month old?


Answer by  kipcat (1964)

At 1 month, babies are usually hungry every 2 hours or so, and they normally drink about 8 oz. of formula each time.


Answer by  kimber18 (514)

Newborns typically eat every 2 to 3 hours, and one to two ounces. But don't take my word for it, you should always ask your pediatrician.


Answer by  Mommyof1 (49)

Most one month olds should still be taking about 2oz every 2 hours. However, if your baby is low weight, has acid reflux, or other health issues, you should definitely speak with your pediatrician!


Answer by  diane23 (1167)

For babies under six months of age, a general guideline is two to two-and-a-half ounces per pound of body weight, per day. Infant feeding patterns vary widely, so some days they eat more, others less.


Answer by  liblue (683)

Try a few ounces of formula for a one month old. Watch for spitting up to indicate over feeding. Ten to sixteen ounce may be enough for this age. This is for an average birth rate of seven pounds.

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