No, and no. If baby is sucking regularly (every two to three hours), she is almost definitely getting your colostrum (even if you can’t see it). She only needs about a teaspoon's worth at each feeding. Rest assured that your milk should come flooding in on about day three or four. Don’t stop now — keep baby breastfeeding regularly to help stimulate your body to fill your boobs.
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