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  • @llli*saw30's Avatar
    July 16th, 2016, 01:35 PM
    My baby is now 9 days old and he has lost 10% of his birth weight. Because his stools have been mostly greenish the woman at the hospital suggested he wasn't getting enough of the fatty hind milk, they also looked at him sucking and noticed that he was sucking about 5 times for every swallow and they wanted to see him sucking 2 times for every swallow. They suggested I try and express milk for him and also do breast compressions while he is feeding. They will reweigh him in 48hrs and if he doesn't start gaining they're going to admit us to hospital and be much more aggressive. I feel like a total failure and I am so worried I am going to end up having to give him formula. He cries a lot because he is clearly hungry and I feel so bad for him suffering, we almost went and bought some formula today but we were told to watch his poos to see if they turn more yellow to see if things are working and if we supplemented now that would alter that. I have had really poor luck with expressing, it doesn't squirt out like in pictures, it just drips out, both with the pump and hand expressing. I am feeling really despairing that I can make this work, especially on such a tight deadline.
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  • @llli*zambomommy's Avatar
    July 21st, 2016, 10:55 AM
    My baby is 9.5 months old and is happy and healthy! She goes to the daycare from 9 to 5:30, 5 days a week. She wakes up at 7:30am, I nurse her (both sides), she has her breakfast (fruits and oatmeal) at 8:00am, and we get to the daycare at 9:00am. I send her with 8oz of milk, 1 jar of homemade food (with meat) and 1 jar of fruit and veggies. I used to go and nurse her during lunch as well, but the daycare people said that makes her sad when I leave, so I stopped it. However, they have been pushing for me to give them a can of formula. I am now wondering if 8oz milk and 8oz solid is not enough for an infant (for the time she is away). I asked them if they are overfeeding and they said no, and that she finishes both the bottles without any effort. At this point, I have only two options: 1. Supplement with formula. I nurse her at 6:30pm, then 8:30pm, a dream feed at 11pm, and two more times at night (we cosleep). 2. I already pump 3x at work, and really cannot add another session. But I can try to wake up at night and pump, and probably send her with 10 oz to day care (4oz, 3oz, 3oz). I am not sure how realistic this is, considering I am a deep sleeper and we cosleep. Please help!
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  • @llli*bhacket4's Avatar
    July 16th, 2016, 03:23 PM
    Baby is now 6 weeks and 6 days. He was born at 8 pounds 11oz. Had some troubles gaining weight and it took a total of 14 days to get back to birth weight. However week 2-4 he was gaining GREAT, sometimes over 1oz a day. Fast foreward to this past week. Here's some symptoms we are experiencing; 1. Gassy, really gassy baby. To a point where he wakes himself up at night crying or screaming. 2. We've had one diaper that literally looked like someone went outside to grab grass clippings and threw it in his diaper. Also, when he has a bowel movement it sounds like something is exploding out of his rear. It's ridiculous. Also, I will change his diaper before the feeding.. and in the middle of the feeding and after. This is usually because he can poop nonstop during or after it. 3. He has slowly started to spit up RIDICULOUS amounts. Literally right after a feed sometimes he will spit up 4-5 times. It's way more than he did for the first 3-4 weeks. 4. I feel like during the day he wants to feed a LOT, nonstop.. like he's not full. He wants to stay attached to the breast. 5. I don't know if this matters, but I remember reading something about rashes due to the acidity? He defiantly has had numerous diaper rashes so I'll include that tidbit as well. 6. Theres been probably 5-6 times in the last 2 weeks that he will randomly cough/choke while eating. I don't know if that's a forceful letdown?
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  • @llli*rogi2430's Avatar
    July 17th, 2016, 05:35 PM
    So my baby is 3 months old and I will be returning to work in 4 weeks. I work one evening shift a week where I will not be home in time for her bed time. I nurse her to sleep and was planning on doing that until it stops working (she is a good sleeper generally giving us an 8 hour stretch at night.) My husband will be putting her to bed while I am at work. Do you think she will be able to fall asleep with the bottle? I plan on keeping her nighttime routine the same except my husband will do it. I also plan on a trial run before I head back to work. Does anyone have experience with this? Thanks in advanced.
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  • @llli*bhacket4's Avatar
    July 16th, 2016, 03:45 PM
    Is it possible to keep milk in the fridge, and then move to the freezer? Sometimes I only pump 1-2oz at a time so what I have been doing is pumping several times a day and then at night or the next day combining the previous days and throwing it all in the freezer. Is that alright? :confused:
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  • @llli*elsiesmommy's Avatar
    July 16th, 2016, 09:23 AM
    Need some help/reassurance/anything. My LO is 2.5 weeks old and cries almost constantly when she's not nursing. I'm worried about my supply and whether or not she's getting enough. Sometimes when she's nursing she gets very frustrated and starts pulling off an unlatching. When she does this I can see there is still milk available as I can hand express a bit. She's producing what seems like plenty of diapers, usually 7-9 wet and 5-7 stools in 24 hours. She was 8lbs 3 oz at birth and was back to 8 lbs 2 oz at one week. She gained 10 oz in four days after we were discharged from the hospital. Besides the fussing and constant nursing I'm concerned as she didn't gain any weight between her one and two week check ups. If she's producing sufficient diapers why wouldn't she be gaining any weight? And she's constantly acting hungry, what are we doing wrong? I really don't want to supplement with formula but I'm afraid she's uncomfortably hungry. As a note we initially had some latch issues on one side but they have since been resolved, I do have a bit of a sore that is still healing on that side but no more pain and her latch looks great.
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  • @llli*yum24's Avatar
    July 20th, 2016, 09:58 AM
    Hi all, I have a 4 week old whom I exclusively bf till now.i tried pumping to improve supply with Madela pump in style but I dint get milk out.i bought a madela symphony hospital grade & trying to pump in between or when my lo goes longer. I pumped once/twice & was ok.now, I notice when I pump, I can get I some milk (20 ml after 2.5 hours) (pumped for 20 minutes,single breast as lo ate on one side) but after I'm done , I can feel lumps & milk still in. if I put lo then he can get everything out. I will be going to work very soon so, I would like to start pumping for when I will be away from my lo. I tried warm compress, massage but nothing works. I don't have that hard breast before I start pumping but it's only after I'm done that I notice. As of now, because of his poor latch on one side, I have a small blister on nipple which hurts like hell.im dreading bf.pumping doesn't give me that much pain but I'm unable to pump everything out & feel very uncomfortable. I had mastitis 10 day's postpartum & just came off antibiotics last week. I don't want to go down that road & have another episode of mastitis. Am I using the pump wrong & overstimulating ? I just start the pump & after 2 mins ,it automatically changes the mode & I only adjust suction & nothing else. Please help me
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  • @llli*mamatoleo's Avatar
    July 21st, 2016, 09:36 AM
    -Almost 5 weeks old -Diapers are "normal" and output is about 6 poopy & 10 wet per day -Unsure of exact weight (Dr appt on Monday) but feels heavier and is outgrowing clothes and diapers I have a couple questions.. Firstly, I'm wondering about my baby's sleep patterns. When he was 2 weeks old, he would sleep in 2-3 hour blocks at night. Now, I feel he is regressing. He has been waking about every hour and a half. Last night, he awoke once after only 45 minutes. Growth spurt? Also, he doesn't really take long naps during the day. Sometimes, it's like he fights his sleep. I will try to put him down, and then boom his eyes are wide open again. He has always been a drowsy nurser, though. His eyes are closed 90% of the time, and he frequently will fall asleep, then unlatch, and may rouse and re-latch. Second, he sometimes becomes fussy at the breast. I'm trying to figure out the pattern of when this occurs. It seems that it is usually in the evening (like his last feeding before bed), or when he didn't sleep much the day before. So, all signs point to tiredness (I think?). Anyway, he will squirm, grunt, sometimes get red in the face, his arm will go wild-hitting himself and me-and he will pull away while latched..taking my poor nipple with him! Then, when he comes off, he will cry and cry. Even with my nipple in his mouth. I'm wondering what (if anything) I can do to help? Eventually he calms down enough to nurse, but it's very taxing on both of us-and my nipples! I pay...
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  • @llli*luz3stelar's Avatar
    July 21st, 2016, 09:03 PM
    Hi all! I hope it's okay if I post here. I wasn't sure if I should post in the allergy forum or oversupply forum because I'm not sure which is my issue! My baby is 4 months old, EBF, and for the past two weeks has had explosive watery green/brown stools with mucus and blood 5-10x a day with no real improvement. Literally EVERY poop has lots of visible blood and mucus. Before this started (around 3.5 months) all of her poops were normal yellow/seedy, and infrequent (every 1-10 days). I think frequency went up a bit in the days before the blood started, but overall it was a pretty sudden change. Pediatrician and ER doctors all said virus (cultures for bacterial infection were negative), and it would resolve in a few days. When it didn't, we saw a GI who immediately said allergy. I've cut dairy and soy for almost a week now (but still eat soybean oil and soy lecithin per GI's recommendations) and have seen little to no improvement. She has no other signs of allergy besides the constant bloody mucusy stools. Clear skin - no eczema, etc. Off the charts for height and weight. In fact she's gained almost a pound since this started! Sleeps normally for a baby her age (long stretches at night and catnaps all day). Doesn't seem to be overly gassy or in pain. Has her fussy moments and crying spells, but they don't seem to coincide with the digestive issues. Spits up a lot (same as before), but doesn't seem to mind. I'm really concerned about hindmilk imbalance bc I do...
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  • @llli*kellyleia's Avatar
    July 21st, 2016, 09:49 AM
    This is going to be a long one. But I need help, and I'm running out of places to look. My daughter will be 15 weeks tomorrow. Breastfeeding has been a struggle since day 1. She has been fussy almost always, some days are worse than others. Lately, she's been ending nursing sessions crying (and now so am I). And it has always hurt. Nipple shields are the only reason we've made it this far. I nursed my son for a year, and dealt with some nipple confusion early on, but we got past it and had a mostly pleasant year of nursing. This time around was supposed to be easier. VBAC (woot!) for my daughter, and breastfeeding was painful from the beginning. Two hospital lacation consultants said the latch looked. In fact, at no point has the latch not looked good, at least from the outside. We came home, and it still hurt. We also had lots of spitup and coughing/choking. Called lactation consultant (LC) #1 which also happens to be the leader of my local LLL support group. She diagnosed oversupply and a lip tie, maybe a tongue tie. Fed one side per feeding, and put baby in a more upright position, but it still hurt. Had a frenectomy done for the lip and tongue tie. Things didn't get better. Wait it out was the suggestion from LC1 and the LLL group. Waited, no improvement. Started using nipple shields (had from kid #1). It hurt less, but still hurt. LC1 suggested another LC. LC2 suggested I still had oversupply issues. She suggested magnesium (which gave me stomach issues), avoding...
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  • @llli*michl's Avatar
    July 18th, 2016, 03:02 AM
    Hi everyone, I need some advice. I'm currently feeding my 20 month old and we've had a very smooth journey so far. About 3 weeks ago I was working all day and when I came home, surprisingly my little boy didn't want to nurse. I should have hand expressed to remove some milk at that stage, but didn't and by the time he eventually fed I realized I had a blocked duct on my left breast. It cleared about 24 hours later after lots of massaging and feeding but then I saw I had a little milk bleb on my left nipple. First one I'd ever had so after some reading I had a hot shower and rubbed it gently with a towel and it seemed to release. When feeding, however, my left nipple continued to feel very sensitive and on closer inspection there was another little milk bleb (or the same one) though this one seemed a little further under the skin. I rubbed it with lots of oil, tried rubbing it with a towel, and then after a hot shower squeezed it gently and a little tiny ball of hard milk came out. To cut a long story short, feeding continued to be a bit sore and I still have a little bleb. Each time my manage to take out a little hard bit of milk but it never fully goes away and it is really quite sore now. So, apologies for the long post but I would really love some advice as to what I should do. Beginning to dread my little boy feeding off the left side. Thank you
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  • @llli*scoob626's Avatar
    July 17th, 2016, 10:12 AM
    Hi ladies, my son's top front teeth started coming in recently and I have been getting nipple pain during nursing--it feels like his top teeth are rubbing. The pain is not excruciating like when he was a newborn and had a bad latch, but still very annoying. Is this normal and does this usually get better on its own? He has also wanted to nurse constantly and intensely because of teething pain, which is making it all worse. It almost feels like his latch is shallow, which I have tried to fix, but no change. I am using APNO, too...I hope this goes away soon because nursing is normally so easy--this makes me dread nursing :(
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  • @llli*marklaus's Avatar
    July 19th, 2016, 11:06 AM
    Hi! My 4 1/2 month old daughter started a new sleeping routine a little over a week ago and is now sleeping about 10 hours straight at night. She goes to sleep at 6:30-7pm and wakes around 4-4:30a to eat for the first time. She then goes back to sleep until about 6:30/7am. Even with pumping 4x at work as well as pumping on my commute (all 20 min sessions) I am only able to pump around 16 ounces. I don't think the normal 1-1.5 ounces per hour of separation works for us since she's sleeping ten hours. The last couple of days we have supplemented one additional 4 ounce bottle while I'm at work putting her at about 20 ounces while I'm gone for 11 hours/day at work. She nurses at least 2 times while I'm home and sometimes 3. On days off I feed 100% on demand and all day long if she wants to. Does that sons right? My pediatrician told me today at her four month appt that he recommends 30-40 ounces in 24 hours!!! That's way higher than over we heard or read and my family practice physician father says 32 ounces max. Just want to make sure I'm on the right track!
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  • @llli*ximarie2016's Avatar
    July 20th, 2016, 08:54 AM
    I'm a first time mom and have been exclusively breastfeeding since day one. The first month was a little rocky because I had problems with her latch. She was gaining weight (a little over 4oz a week), having over the expected number of wet/dirty diapers, and her stools were normal. They expressed that they were worried about her not getting enough to eat, saying that they want her gaining an oz a day, and immediately started pushing formula. Since I had managed to get her latching on correctly I decided to wait until the next appointment to see if her weight gain was any better. Her appointment was yesterday and she is gaining 7.7oz a week (over an oz a day). She has gained 21 oz (1lb 5oz) in 19 days. They still say they're worried about her getting enough to eat simply because she nurses for about 45 minutes instead of their expected 30 minutes. I feed on demand so I don't nurse her any set amount of time but rather when she tells me she's hungry. They are still pushing formula and I don't really want to have to give her formula unless it's absolutely necessary. She's still having over the expected number of wet/dirty diapers a day and is gaining well. They haven't once referred me to a lactation consultant or considered that maybe I have a slower flow or she's a lazy eater. She doesn't consistently suck, more like she will suck a few times and take a break but she swallows every time she sucks at some points and every 3-4 times she sucks at other points. She is usually...
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  • @llli*marklaus's Avatar
    July 17th, 2016, 07:30 PM
    I work 10 hour days with a 25 min commute so I'm away from my baby for 11 hours a day five days a week. I work in retail so my schedule isn't the same every day. I've noticed a drastic change in how much I am able to pump from day to day and am wondering what can cause that and how to be more consistent. Yesterday I worked 6am-4pm. I nursed my baby at 3am, pumped on my way to work at 530am and then pumped every 2.5 hours while at work for a total of five pumping sessions. I nursed my baby when I got home before she went to bed. This is a typical schedule for me when I work that shift. I was able to pump four ounces during all pumping sessions except for the last one where I pumped almost 3 ounces. Today, I worked 10a-6p (I came home a bit early). I nursed my baby at 6a, 7:30a and 9a (I'm wondering if she's going through a growth spurt because she ate very well all three times...I always try to cluster feed when I'm home to nurse as much as I can and to keep supply up). I pumped every 2 hours while at work for a total of three pumpings since it was a shorter day. I fed her as soon as I got home. She went through 4-4 oz bottles while I was gone. Today, I was only able to pump 3-3.5 ounces during the first two sessions (11:30a and 1:30p) and 2.5 ounces during the last session (3:30p). Nothing changed today as far as water intake, food intake, etc. Now I don't have nearly enough for my baby to eat while I am at work tomorrow and this is a common issue. We have been having to...
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  • @llli*ickin's Avatar
    July 20th, 2016, 04:39 PM
    Hello. My baby is 5.5 months old and has been in daycare since he was 3 months when I returned to work. We initially tried feeding on demand from a MAM bottle because it was the only bottle he would drink from being exclusively breast fed at home the first 3 months. He started to refuse the breast for the first feeding after I returned from work but if I was persistent and offered it to him every time he started to fuss then he would eventually nurse. We switched to a latch bottle and changed the feeding schedule to 2 oz every 2 hours and he started feeding well from the breast again the next day. It has been nearly a month on the new schedule and he is once again rejecting the breast only this time I can only get him to feed if he is very sleepy. Is there anything else we can do or am I just glued to the rocking chair topless going forward?
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  • @llli*tinkypears's Avatar
    July 19th, 2016, 09:21 AM
    I have been breastfeeding for 6 months and I pump while at work during my 9-5, M-F job. I wear a pretty thick nursing bra with an underwire but I've noticed now that my nipples are definitely longer from breastfeeding and are ALWAYS visible through my shirt. As in, it looks like I have THO all day long. It's especially worse after pumping, which feels awkward since I work in I.T. and my office is 90% men. They're all mostly married and breastfeeding is a common topic since I started pumping at work, and nothing is uncomfortable there, but I hate having such headlights all day long. Is there anything I can do to stop looking like I'm constantly aroused? It makes me uncomfortable myself, regardless of how others around the office feel. I miss the days of my boobs looking nice and smooth all around. Secondly, will this be permanent after I'm done breastfeeding? Will my nipples always be longer and more prominent?
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  • @llli*silladoman's Avatar
    July 19th, 2016, 11:31 PM
    Hi. I please need advice and support. My 7 day old baby will not sleep unless permanently on the breast after feeds. She wants the nipple in her mouth to sleep. As soon as the nipple is not there she wakes up. I had severe cracked nipples as a result and then decided when she was 6 days old to give her a NUK dummy after her feeds which immediately settled her and helped her sleep a full 3 hours. Now after last night she is fussing at the breast to latch as if she is nipple confused. I eventually got her to latch by rolling my nipples out. I then decided no more dummy, but now, like before, she wont sleep unless attched to the beast permanently. What do i do? Continue to give dummy and hope rolling nipples works for the next feed, and hope nipple confusion doesnt get worse. Or allow her to stay at the breast and suffer worse cracked nipples which could also detriment feeding?
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  • @llli*bhacket4's Avatar
    July 20th, 2016, 06:00 PM
    My son (7 weeks and 3 days) spits up a LOT each day. Husband is starting to worry. He's gaining weight PLENTY fine. His doctor actually commented on how much he's gained recently. He's gaining roughly 1.5oz per day so obviously even with the spitting up.. he's gaining. However there will be times during the day that he gets in this spit up fits. And by fits I mean, he won't spit up for 8-10 hours.. and then during one feed he spits up 5-6 times easily and 1-2 of those are a LOT of spit up. I know it always looks more than what it is, but it legitimately is a LOT of spit up during those 1-2 times. I don't understand why he will spit up SO much?
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  • @llli*thawingsnow's Avatar
    July 21st, 2016, 01:43 PM
    Is cayenne pepper safe to give to your toddler in a spicy dish? It would be in powder spice form and added to some ground beef. Obviously it would be in moderation. My daughter is 27 months old. I ate lots of spicy food during pregnancy. Then, I went on an elimination diet for health reasons after my daughter's birth and haven't had cayenne pepper in two years. I am reintroducing foods now. If we ate the same spicy meal at dinner, it would also be my daughter's first exposure to cayenne pepper *via breastmilk once she nursed after dinner. I got freaked out as I did a quick google search about cayenne pepoer and toddlers, and saw a headline where a woman was charged with murder after giving a toddler cayenne pepper.
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  • @llli*1sttimebfeeder's Avatar
    July 20th, 2016, 07:21 AM
    Hi my dd is 5 months and I thought it was just a growth spurt with the way she was eating. I have been feeding her every hour n she is still not satisfied, this has been going on for 5 days already. I have been giving her a bottle at night because she won't stop crying and then she is fine. I am mentally breaking down n don't know if I should give in and give her formula. My brain is going everywhere n I just don't understand why I don't have enough milk all of a sudden. My diet has not changed could my body just stop producing milk? I'm so lost please help
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  • @llli*iluvmyfam8's Avatar
    July 20th, 2016, 05:58 AM
    I am very shy to nurse in public so I started pumping milk for when we went out. Eventually, that turned to all the time because she will not take the breast except at night. I want to go back strictly to nursing only. How can I do this? I have made a decision to get over being shy and just feeding my baby, but I get disappointed because she bucks and fights me and only wants the bottle during the day. Then my husband feels bad for her because I try to wait until she's extremely hungry so that she'll take me and he tells me it wasn't her fault that she started drinking from the bottle. Help me! I want that bond that only breastfeeding gives.
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  • @llli*jiamchew's Avatar
    July 17th, 2016, 07:20 PM
    I never knew breasftfeeding would cause me so much distress. I have big boobs and aerola...and an oversupply which I believe has regulated. In the beginning I was given the nipple shield which allowed me to nurse baby. After much perseverance and tears, I got her weaned off one shield 2 weeks later on the smaller boob. 1 week later i weaned her off the other shield. I thought my breasftfeeding problems were over ...but I'm clearly wrong! Because of my oversupply , I try and nurse on one breast during one feed. She latches on perfectly on my smaller boob with minimal help. I hear a constant swallowing and gulping which assures me that She is drinking. The flow on this side is really fast too as it squirts milk like a fountain whenever she pulls off. My bigger breast isn't the same. When she finally latches on, it hurts for a bit, then she sucks for about 2-3mins before pulling off. She doesn't swallow milk like the other breast. On this breast, it's more of a suck (10sucks?) and a light swallow. She only gulps milk during a let down. This will happen throughout the "whole feed" (we never go past 20mins with this process) she will simply refuse to continue and I assume she is full. But she never is as she'll start crying for milk again 5mins later. Recently I'll just continue her feed with her Favourite breast but I'm just wondering how to get her to latch on well throughout the whole feed on this breast. I'm almost caving in to the nipple shield on this side again!...
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  • @llli*brash's Avatar
    July 16th, 2016, 09:28 PM
    I am having a terrible shooting pain near my armpit whenever I bend over. I'm breastfeeding my 11 days old, 3rd baby. As soon as my milk came in my breasts got huge and feel so, so heavy. Whenever I bend down without supporting my right breast, I get a sharp pain almost near my armpit. It's almost like there's some ligament or tendon there, and my heavy breast is about to tear it. I have large breasts and I am wearing only nursing tank tops and other less supportive nursing wear. (Mostly because it's my third baby and a lot of these clothes items are old and pretty worn out.) I feel pretty confident it's not a plugged duct, because there's no redness or sensitivity in that area except during the bending and immediately thereafter, and we aren't having any other nursing issues. If I grasp my breast to my chest as I bend over, this shooting pain doesn't happen. Any advice is greatly appreciated!
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  • @llli*mackeroo2013's Avatar
    July 19th, 2016, 06:22 AM
    It seems I just have skin left is this normal I just have skin left is this normal I'm drinking mothers milk tea but still feel very floppy and like I have little milk in there. My daughter does not care for solids but just wants to nurse and it seems like I'm nursing her longer than I ever have before. I don't see teeth yet but it seems like she's almost chewing on me. Which hurts. She doesn't seem to cry or seem like she is hungry but is it normal for your breasts to just be a floppy pieces of skin at 6 months?
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  • @llli*rogi2430's Avatar
    July 18th, 2016, 09:27 PM
    So my baby is 3 months old and I will be returning to work in 4 weeks. I work one evening shift a week where I will not be home in time for her bed time. I nurse her to sleep and was planning on doing that until it stops working (she is a good sleeper generally giving us an 8 hour stretch at night.) My husband will be putting her to bed while I am at work. Do you think she will be able to fall asleep with the bottle? I plan on keeping her nighttime routine the same except my husband will do it. I also plan on a trial run before I head back to work. Does anyone have experience with this? Thanks in advanced.
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  • @llli*laylaan's Avatar
    July 16th, 2016, 11:59 AM
    First off I have to say that Jack Newman's prescription nipple ointment is incredible! I will spare you the sore nipple story... but it works fast! My question is: does anyone know if I can put a bra on after using the ointment, or should I leave my nipples exposed until the ointment dries (hoping not this option!).
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  • @llli*super.mommy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:06 PM
    Hi, everyone My little one (2 weeks old) is not latching from my left breast. He tries, but he immediately starts to cry a lot and rejects it. This started one day and out of the blue. At the moment, I'm extracting my milk from that breast with a breast pump. I don't know why this is happening. What do you suggest me to do? I'll appreciate your help. Thanks a lot.
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