Maybe you give up breastfeeding out of helplessness and use a bottle to feed your baby, but don’t be discouraged. Bottle feeding also has two major benefits: firstly, it is easy to control the baby’s food intake, and secondly, other family members such as the baby’s father can also have it. It's a chance to feed the baby by hand.
Bottle-fed babies are fed less frequently than breast-fed babies. This is because formula milk takes longer to digest, it also contains more protein and provides more calories, so the baby will not be hungry so quickly. Most newborns are fed every 2 hours, of course, it can also be adjusted according to the special needs of the baby. After a month, the feeding is changed to once every 3 hours, and when it is two or three months old, it only needs to be fed once every 4 hours. Newborns should use the smallest 120ml bottle, and after 2 months, switch to a 250ml bottle.
There are many ways to heat the baby bottle. Among them, heating with a warm baby bottle is the safest method, and it is the best way to control the temperature.