How much milk should I have?

Generally, babies aged one to six months around the world consume around 600ml-900ml in 24 hours. For those younger than one month, it is less than that. The baby’s milk intake stabilises by one month old. There may be a few minor cases who may drink less or more than that. It has been found that once baby sets the limit to how much he or she drinks, usually it won’t change by much. That amount is maintained for the duration.

Excerpt from Answering breastfeeding questions ( Thots N Tots & SusuIbu.Com )

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