Feeding your newborn is vital to their health and development. In the first 30 days of a newborn\’s life, the amount of breast milk or formula fed needs to be determined based on the child\’s age and weight. This article will provide information about newborn milk volume standards. From birth to 10 days In the first few days after birth, newborns\’ stomachs are very small and can only hold some amount of food. At this stage, the feeding volume of breast milk or formula milk should be 30-60 ml each time. This amount is approximately equivalent to 1-2 ounces. The number of feedings per day should be 8-12 times. In 10-20 days, when the newborn\’s stomach gradually develops and can accommodate more food, the feeding amount should also increase accordingly. At the 10-20 day stage, the amount of breast milk or formula feeding can be increased to 60-90 ml per session, which is equivalent to 2-3 ounces. The number of feedings per day should be maintained at 8-12 times. 20-30 days At the 20-30 day stage, the newborn\’s stomach is quite fully developed and can hold more food. Breast milk or formula feedings can be increased to 90-120 ml per feeding, which is equivalent to 3-4 ounces. The number of feedings per day can be gradually reduced to 6-8 times. Other Considerations In addition to the newborn\’s age and weight, there are a few other factors that need to be considered to determine the appropriate amount of milk. For example, if your newborn has a low birth weight, your milk supply may need to be increased accordingly. In addition, if the newborn develops satiety, vomiting, or other symptoms of discomfort after feeding, the amount of milk may need to be reduced or the frequency of feeding may need to be adjusted. The difference between breastfeeding and formula feeding For breastfed newborns, the adjustment of feeding amount depends more on the needs of the child. Breast milk production usually adjusts to the needs of your child. Breastfed newborns may need more frequent feedings to meet their nutritional needs. For formula-fed newborns, the amount of milk can be adjusted based on the child\’s age and weight. Formula milk packages usually indicate the amount of milk suitable for different age groups. Conclusion Milk volume standards for newborns need to be determined based on their age, weight and other factors. In the first 30 days, the amount of breast milk or formula feeding will be gradually increased from 30-60 ml each time to 90-120 ml each time. The number of feedings per day will also gradually decrease, from 8-12 times to 6-8 times. Whether breastfeeding or formula feeding, the amount of milk needs to be adjusted based on your child\’s needs and other factors. Breastfed newborns may need more frequent feedings, while formula-fed newborns can be fed as directed on the package.