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I have never heard anything about waiting until the milk comes in, however what I have learned is that it's most accurate if you do it at 1-2 weeks. So by then the milk would be in anyway. But I've never been asked how my babies were fed when I had it done.
And no, the whole point of the PKU test isn't to find out if your baby is able to digest milk properly. That may be a part of it, I don't know about that. But the reason we have it done is because at the same time it screens for thyroid problems and since I have severe hypothyroid I feel it's the best thing to do.
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