New parents tend to worry about their baby going hungry and may get formula milk ready just in case the mother's breast milk would not flow.
However, most newborns are generally sleepy in the first 24 hours. They may wake up a few times to nurse but they are usually not very hungry, said Dr Christelle Tan, a specialist in paediatric medicine and consultant at Raffles Specialists' Holland Village centre.
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