hi i combi fed with ebm and formula. Formula is 'heavier' than bm and i found he needed a little less than what was recommended on the formula box. As far as i know, all regular 1st milks have the same guidance as to the amount of formula to give per feed for their age. I would start with this and then see how ur lo does, you can always adjust it and don't worry if lo takes a bit less. Jx
just go by your babies cues and you'll be fine they will drink as much as they want/need and if you know when they've had enough (you'll learn it for your baby) and you don't force the whole bottle down them it'll be fine
Babies are very clever if you/we let them
We feed on demand for her boob and her formula and she knows how much she wants We don't breastfeed anymore (but I do express, whilst I have it to express she can drink it ) but we still feed on demand and let her guide us how much she wants at each feed
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