During the breastfeeding of a newborn baby, the baby may often want to suck. Since your baby sucks little by little, he gets hungry more often, sometimes every hour.
After a few days, your milk increases even more, and your baby sucks at december intervals of 2 hours, and sometimes every 3 hours.
As your newborn baby sucks, your milk increases. When breastfeeding, you need to use the correct breastfeeding position.
Getting enough fluids and resting is one of the most important factors for breast milk to be effective.
It is necessary to increase breast milk by taking water or liquid decanters from 2-3 liters per day.