Quoting It's a boy!!!!*3/27/13*:" Ok ds was born via c section at 36 weeks for pre-e issues. He had premature lung disease or whatever ... [snip!] ... frustrated as we are going on week two and all they do is up his feedings before he even finishes the amount he had previously."Peyton was born at 36 weeks 5 days and had several issues eating at first. He didn't start eating really good until week 3 or so. He would only eat really small amounts at a time (he was formula fed due to my medical issues) and some of the time he would even puke afterwards. His pedi switched his formula as well, they said because he was a little early it just might take him a little more time to start taking in larger amounts. Their bellies are so little when first born. http://www.ameda.com/ages_and_stages_list
Quoting It's a boy!!!!*3/27/13*:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Peyton'sMommy♥:</b>" Peyton was born at 36 weeks 5 days ... [snip!] ... (I think ppd has hit because I seriously am an emotional mess) plus she is an rn and can maybe communicate better then I can."They kept trying to up his too, I told them there was no way he was eating all of that. So I would not even try, one of the nurses got annoyed with me but I told her that I wasn't going to force feed him
Quoting It's a boy!!!!*3/27/13*:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Peyton'sMommy♥:</b>" They kept trying to up his too, ... [snip!] ... get the damn dr to call me back to discuss the issues I have cause nurses cant make changes until dr writes different orders."Yeah she can't tell you what you have to do... I'd be pissed that the nurses weren't listening and demand to speak their supervisor. I get that he needs to eat, but he's eating just not the amount they want him to be.