Baby goes 6 hours without eating
My doctor told me that i need to be breastfeeding my baby every two hours during the day and then at night not letting him go more then five hours without eating. My problem is that I can't always get him to wake up during the day to eat and unless he wakes up at night I don't wake up to feed him!6 Hours OK by: Anonymous. Hi, six hours is not a long time not to urinate. The minimum time to be concerned would be 12 hours without urination. No urine for 12 hours could be a sign of dehydration and you should call doctor. Six hours is OK. Does your baby go more than six hours without drinking fluids? Maybe that is cause. baby goes 6 hours without eating
Many babies who are born fullterm and are healthy can go through the night without a feeding by about 6 months. Susan E. C. Sorensen, a pediatrician in Reno, Nevada, explains that by the time they're this age, most babies can sleep comfortably for at least six hours without waking up to eat.
The Secret to Baby Sleeping 12 Hours at Night First PublishedNovember 19, 2013 Updated: September 14, 2015 376 Comments Numerous sleep books as well as celebrity parenting gurus ( Jessica Alba who knew? ) propose that your baby can and should be sleeping 12 hours at night. At 3 months, a baby averages a total of 5 hours of sleep during daytime naps and 10 hours at night, usually with an interruption or two. Most babies this age sleep through the night, meaning 6 to 8 hours in a row. It can help to stimulate your baby during the day, keep things calm at night, and have ababy goes 6 hours without eating Jun 23, 2008 My son goes to sleep at 8: 00pm every night and NEVER wakes to eat again until 4: ooam so that is 8 hours, sometimes he even goes until 6: 00am. It would not be unusual for a 3 month old to sleep right through the night without eating at all.