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The reasoning they give me is that I don't have enough protein, calicum, magnesium and phosphorus in my breastmilk, or calories.
My twins were born at 32 weeks - DS never had anything but BM in NICU, DD who was much smaller did. They supplemented without my knowledge, and DD ende up having an NEC scare. (Blood in her diaper - turned out to be nothing, but by then they had already pumped her full of antibiotics.) Now, the supplementing and NEC scare could just be coincidental, but if I had to do it again, I wouldn't risk supplementing unless BM was clearly not enough.
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