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Q&A: Feeding More at Night?

If I feed my baby more at night, will she need less in the day?
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Lactation Specialist
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March 2, 2017
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A baby older than a month or so needs about 25 to 30 ounces of milk in a 24-hour day. So if your baby feeds a lot at night, yes, he or she will probably need less milk during the day. But if a baby sleeps for long stretches at night, this means more frequent feedings during the day to make up for lost time.

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