Nellie - posted on 06/29/2010 ( 11 moms have responded )
My daughter is fifteen days old. When she was born, I was told that she was smaller then what she should be. Anyways, when we went into the doctors we were told that sometimes they have a giant growth spurt and catch up to what an average baby weighs. And that's what my daughter, Kayla, is doing. For the past four days she's been feeding way more then I'm making, so I started pumping. She's eating about 250 ml now and so far I haven't been able to pump anymore then 100 ml, at times it's no more then 20 ml. So, I introduced Good Start baby formula and would give her that whenever I couldn't pump enough to fill her. But she won't keep it down. She'll eat it all then a 5-10 minutes later she'll throw all of it back up, and I mean all of it. Her body will not digest it. Why is she throwing it all up? And what can I do to fill her tummy while I wait for my body to produce more milk? And is there anyway I can get my milk to come in faster?