You might want to use this time to rest or watch educational videos — and to get to know your new baby. Remember your new baby is not a fragile china doll about to break into a million pieces. If this does occur, ask for assistance with your next feed or contact a lactation consultant. You may feel tired and emotional, so make sure you sleep or rest when baby rests. Some babies are sleepy and may only want a few feeds in the first 24 hours — others are more awake and will want to feed more frequently. Try to offer the breast to your baby every 2 hours or so to help get breastfeeding well established and the milk flowing well. Your new-born baby will poo several times a day and wee every one to three hours.
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