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Every one should be conscious for feeding their own baby which is very important for everyone. Basically here feeding is done by the weight of the baby. So, we could say weight of baby decides how much milk powder is required to baby.

Here 1 scoop means 5.4 gram of Aptamil Preterm Baby Milk Powder

(a) If the weight of baby is 1kg to 1.2kg , then 1 scoop of Aptamil Preterm is required to mix in 30 millilitre (ml) of water which should be lukewarm. The baby should be feeded for 5 to 6 times in 24 hours.

(b) If the weight of baby is 1.2kg to 1.4kg , then 1 scoop of Aptamil Preterm is required to mix in 30 millilitre (ml) of water which should be lukewarm. The baby should be feeded for 6 to 7 times in 24 hours.

(c) If the weight of baby is 1.4kg to 1.6kg , then 1 scoop of Aptamil Preterm is required to mix in 30 millilitre (ml) of water which should be lukewarm. The baby should be feeded for 7 to 8 times in 24 hours.

(d) If the weight of baby is 1.6kg to 1.8kg , then 2 scoop of Aptamil Preterm is required to mix in 60 millilitre (ml) of water which should be lukewarm. The baby should be feeded for 4 to 5 times in 24 hours.

(e) If the weight of baby is 1.8kg to 2.0kg , then 2 scoop of Aptamil Preterm is required to mix in 60 millilitre (ml) of water which should be lukewarm. The baby should be feeded for 4 to 5 times in 24 hours.

(f) If the weight of baby is 2.0kg to 2.2kg , then 2 scoop of Aptamil Preterm is required to mix in 60 millilitre (ml) of water which should be lukewarm. The baby should be feeded for 5 to 6 times in 24 hours.

(g) If the weight of baby is 2.0kg to 2.2kg , then 2 scoop of Aptamil Preterm is required to mix in 60 millilitre (ml) of water which should be lukewarm. The baby should be feeded for 5 to 6 times in 24 hours.

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