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  • @llli*lind3's Avatar
    March 23rd, 2015, 03:53 PM
    Hi, I have a 4 month old son who I think might be using me as a pacifier or who is comfort nursing. He has reflux and on Previcid so he throws up a lot! He is also a cat napper so only sleeps 20 minutes at a time during the day. At night after our bedtime routine he goes to sleep but then is up every hour and wanting to nurse. I know he's not hungry every hour. He will suck long enough to fall back to sleep. I have tried a pacifier, patting his back, and singing. Nothing works but the boob and by time morning comes besides being extremely sore I don't have anything left. With the reflux, cat napping and being able to get anything done because if he's not sleeping he wants to be held, I am exhausted but most of all I feel bad for my son because it's gotta be hard for him not being able to sleep for more than a hour without waking up and probably the reason why he's cranky most of the time. I sometimes feel like I made a mistake breastfeeding and I don't know what to do. Please help! Any suggestions would be appreciated. Sorry this was so long
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  • @llli*alexbell915's Avatar
    March 24th, 2015, 07:05 AM
    Hi! First I just want to say thank you to everyone on this website. A year ago I was beside myself with concern for possibly not making it through even three months of breastfeeding. However, with the help of le leche league meetings and this forum, I gained the strength and confidence to persevere. We made it! LO is 15 months now and we're still going strong! Sleep, on the other hand, or lack thereof, is making me delirious and angry. My son nurses to sleep and then is up at least every hour or two to nurse. We co-sleep. Sometimes he goes right back to sleep. However, between 12-2am he just launches from side to side not going back down. Last night I got so upset I took him to his dad and he slept with him for awhile. I haven't gotten more than a three hour stretch of sleep since he's been born. I'm very sensitive to breastfeeding because of all the troubles we had in the beginning so I feel like I have to keep up with his nursing. I really want to make it to 18 months now. Does anyone have any advice? I'm not going to put him in a crib and let him scream. But anything else? I actually already tried that for three days and he screamed for hours until he threw up. Not fun. I read "the no cry sleep solution" and it helped a little, but I have one strong willed kid. I should add that he's a great eater and we have a very healthy diet.
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  • @llli*jswan14's Avatar
    March 26th, 2015, 03:38 PM
    My son is 6 weeks old. He is currently breastfed 7-8times per day and generally sleeps one long stretch during the night (eats at 9:30p sleeps until 3:30). Doctor has my giving him an additional 1 oz breast milk supplement after feedings when he is still hungry, so I have been pumping approx 6x per day after feedings. My typical yield for the day has been 7 oz. Inexplicably yesterday I began noticing a decrease in pumping output and have dropped my output by about half- I am now getting half an ounce total from both breasts for the last few sessions. Even my 3am session was under half an ounce! Additionally, my little guy has been getting fussy at the breast and not eating very effectively. I have recently been weaning him from the nipple shield (he has a poor latch), so that might be part of it, but he also won't nurse well with it. Finally, my breasts just don't feel full anymore. This has all happened overnight (no changes in diet, water intakes, and I have been taking my fenugreek and eating oatmeal) so I am quite afraid that it is because my period is beginning. Is there another explanation? Thank you!
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  • @llli*littlenash's Avatar
    March 24th, 2015, 09:13 AM
    Hello! I am new to the site and am reposting this as advised in a new thread and can hopefully get even more great advice. I am desperate to get off supplementing and doubt i ever even needed it. My son is 6 weeks now and was born 8lbs 13oz and dropped 12oz right after but i think it was water weight from the induction fluids. He was a very sleepy/lazy eater from the start and the nurse gave me a nipple shield because he had a shallow latch. I have since managed to get him off that (thanks to the LLL meeting i went to) but the pediatrician (who we saw the day after leaving the hospital!) said he lost too much weight and we should supplement 1-2oz after every feeding and gave us 4 cans of formula to take home. Now after doing more research and attending that LLL meeting i realize that everything so far has only served to hurt my supply. I have drastically reduced my supplementing and am breastfeeding constantly to get my supply up but i still have one huge hurtle left: my husband. He is constantly pushing formula on our son. He interprets every hand sucking and fussy squirm as a sign of hunger to the point of starvation. Plus he thinks since the doctor said to supplement it must be necessary. Dont get me wrong he is SUPER supportive of my breastfeeding but he also panics when the baby fusses and jumps to giving him formula because he knows it calms him down and i havent been able to pump any extra breastmilk since im always giving hubby what i do manage to pump to keep the...
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  • @llli*leemami's Avatar
    March 28th, 2015, 06:32 AM
    Hello ladies I'm 32 weeks pregnant, and I have an 2.5 yo toddler too. Last year, before I got pregnant, my best friend picked me as her maid of honor. I was soooo excited, I helped her as much as I could from here. She lives in Washington state, where the wedding is going to be, and I live in Mississippi. The shortest trip is a 2 plane ride, about 7-8 hours total. Eeesh... Anyway, after I got pregnant, I told her and she was like !?!?!?! Please tell me you're still coming!!, and since the baby is due in May and the wedding is in August, I was like yeah, I can still go! Well, now we are getting into ordering bridesmaids dresses, etc, etc, and I was talking to my hubby yesterday about it, and I think he had forgotten about it. He didn't want to go in the first place anyway, he's not very fond of traveling by plane. So the first thing he told me was: tell her you won't go, how are you going to do with the breastfeedi ng thing? That was it. I freaked out.
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  • @llli*harrisds's Avatar
    March 24th, 2015, 04:43 PM
    This is from the concerned father. (me) I'm a first time father who's daughter was born this past weekend. The first 24 hours went fine with breast feeding, with the newborn on the nipple on and off for an hour. We had one hiccup around the 24 hour mark where the baby was struggling to feed but we made it work. The second 24 hours went great. She fed every 2 hours for 15-20 minutes which the nursing specialist said was perfect. Right around the end of the 2nd 24 hour period I had to leave because I am stationed about 3.5 hours away from my wife and had to return for duty. During my drive home one of the nurses weighed our daughter and saw that she had lost 7% body weight (born 7 lbs 11.2 ounces). The nurse talked my wife into giving her formula because the nurses didn't think that our baby was getting enough to eat, despite the fact that over the first 48 hours she pooped 7 times and had 3 more wet diapers.
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  • @llli*bxlgirl's Avatar
    March 25th, 2015, 09:07 AM
    Hi! My DD2 will be a month old on Thursday, and I'm having trouble breastfeeding her during the morning and evening family 'rush hours' when all three of my children are clamouring for my attention. My older children are DD1 (5) and DS (3.5) so still young enough to need lots of attention too. Can you give me any advice? Here is the situation: 8:10 am is the absolute deadline to get DD1 & DS out the door to preschool/kindergarten. The alarm is at 6:40 to wake up before everyone else and get a head start, but DD2 and I co-sleep and she starts to rouse at about the same time. So every day I find myself bfing her till 7am+ and then my older two plus husband start waking up and I'm already behind the game. How to get more time? DS is really having a hard time if I can't dress him b/c I'm too busy bfing DD2. (BTW I am on maternity leave for another three months so luckily there is no issue of getting me out the door!) I tried setting the alarm at 6:30 but slept through it--so tired. DD1 & DS set out their clothes the night before which helps but we are still running behind on time. 5:30 pm is DD1 & DS' dinnertime, set back from 6pm to get them earlier to bed, followed by a hectic race of cleanup, thirty minutes to play & digest, getting ready for bed at 7:15 or 7:30, and then bedtime as quickly as possible thereafter. DD2's evening cluster feeds are at the same time. Yikes! At 7:15 I get into the kids' bed with DD2 to bf, which is an improvement but we still...
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  • @llli*newmommy5-13-13's Avatar
    March 28th, 2015, 11:32 AM
    My baby boy is 2.5 months old. I am wanting to get him used to taking a bottle so I can work once or twice a week.. I've tried lansinoh momma, avent, and now munchkin latch.. my biggest issue is that he has a bad gag reflex, so i was thinking that maybe there are bottles with shorter nipples? He does fine latching on me, even with his very minor lip and tongue time... with the bottle he usually latches fine, but then starts gagging on it, he wasn't able to take a pacifier without gagging really bad. With the bottle eventually he'll figure it out right in his mouth, but to begin with he gags a lot, which tends to make him upset. Any advice is welcome!
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  • @llli*dormir41's Avatar
    March 26th, 2015, 08:41 PM
    My ten week old is almost ebf (dr insisted on formula bc she's small) but I give her less than three oz of formula at most a day by syringe and tend to offer the breast first unless she won't take it. I didn't give her any formula today. She has typically had six to eight wet diapers and two to four poops per day. Poop is typical, yellow and seedy, sometimes mucusy. Yesterday she pooped only once and it seemed to make her very fussy for about an hour before she did, causing issues with feeding. Tonight she wasn't as fussy before she pooped although she was extremely fussy after, which I finally managed to fix by switching breasts. My question is it typical to see a decrease like this from one day to the next? Her wet diapers are still about the same in number. I almost called the doctors office today but was super busy so it slipped my mind. Plus, the nurse who tends to answer the messages is just not helpful so I'm a little reluctant to call. However, you've all been wonderful in answering my new mom questions so I thought I'd ask here to see what people think. In case this is relevant: I was asked to eliminate dairy and soy from my diet almost two weeks ago, and I have mostly succeeded ( a couple of times had cheese by mistake but that's it).
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  • @llli*francismum's Avatar
    March 27th, 2015, 08:08 AM
    Hi All, Thanks so much in advance for reading and taking the time to answer. :gvibes I was hoping some of you would have some advice for me and my lil one. My ds is just about to turn a year old...(where has the time gone! :lol) and we are still exclusively breastfeeding. He is doing great - he weighs almost 22 lbs and has not been sick at all other than being congested twice. (Thank goodness for Nose Frieda!) He took his first steps at 7 mos and does the low crawl :clap He is incredibly smart and very interested in everything. However, my dh is a father to two others from previous marriages and is a bit skeptical that ds is not on solids yet. I am a big "go-natural" proponent and others joke that I would have better lived in the pioneer age ;) so I take comfort in the fact that God made our bodies to do this and I have researched A LOT as well as contacted some people about him not being on solids yet. He has eaten some banana around 9 mos, but it messed with his digestion and poo pooing so we discontinued. He was more interested in playing with it and smashing it anyway. I am not having any issues with supply, thank the Lord and love breastfeeding my ds. How do I handle the criticism and disdain? Some feel I am depriving him or making him too dependent on me. I know this isn't the case, but how do I overcome the pressure? I have researched much on attachment and bonding as well and know the solid foundation that it lays for our children. Seems most...
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  • @llli*jaxnmaddymom's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:37 AM
    Hi All, my baby girl is 11 days old and I have been having milk supply issues since we brought her home. I was and still am feeding her every 3 hours but she wasn't satisfied. One night she wouldn't latch at all and we had to get formula. To see how much I was producing I pumped after baby had not fed for 3 hours- I got a total of 1oz! And then I was bone dry. I spoke with my LC and she put me on a 3 stage program to bring my supply up bc baby's weight was low at birth 5lbs 15oz- feed each side for 15 minutes, supplement with formula- however much baby wants and last step is to pump for 15 minutes with hospital grade pump which I rented the same day. This is to be repeated every 3 hours which I have done religiously because it need my supply to increase. I am also eating oatmeal everyday and taking Mothers Milk Plus every 7 hours. LC assured me my supply would go up by today- baby is still eating about 1-2oz of formula or whatever I managed to pump out of me. After she eats I can only get .25oz to .5oz total With the pump. She has very regular wet and dirty diapers- assuming with help from formula. Anything else I can do? I'm so discouraged about this whole situation because I really want to breastfeed successfully with her But I'm not ready to give up yet. Thanks!
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  • @llli*snb1028's Avatar
    March 24th, 2015, 07:07 PM
    Hi, I'm a full time mom working 40 hours a week and I have a 5 month old son. I've been breastfeeding since birth and have been pumping while at work (I returned after 3 months) and he is fed only breastmilk while I'm at work. Two weeks ago he started rice cereal and 2 days ago he started pureed sweet potatoes. He is given the solids about 30-45 minutes after breastfeeding. While at daycare he drinks 16 Oz of breastmilk in 4 feedings. The daycare says sometimes he still seems hungry after finishing a botte. He generally nurses twice before daycare, 3 or 4 times before bed and once during the night. Sometimes when nursing (usually in the evenings) he will fuss...latch and unlatch multiple times, cry when removed from the beast even though he didn't seem to be drinking anymore, seems frustrated like he wants more by grabbing/hitting. I feel as if people are trying to get me to supplement but I am able to pump those 16 Oz in one day for the following day of daycare. And after nursing I am sometimes able to get an ounce or 2. The 16 Oz is a struggle to get sometimes, needing 6 or 7 pumping sessions. The only differences in my supply that I've noticed is my let down isn't as fast, my breasts don't usually feel overly full like they would before, when I first returned to work I would get 8-9 Oz per pumping session and now I only get 4-5. Sorry this is so lengthy I just want to do the right thing and not want people thinking my baby is hungry. I should also add my...
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  • @llli*mazeejay's Avatar
    March 23rd, 2015, 02:15 AM
    Hey ladies. So with the birth of DS2, I started pumping from the get go. Initially to increase supply and then to start storing for returning to work. Building my stash was a slow n steady effort but once I got to 40oz, I was in the zone:cheer:cheer. One day, while busy, I gave DH a bag from my deep freezer stash to feed DS. Nah, DS refused it. Now by then DS was a pro with bottles and got a bottle of fresh milk1-3xp/wk. I'm thinking maybe it's cuz he wants me to feed him or blah blah. I just disregarded it. Fast forward a week later, same thing. Turns out DS REFUSES to drink frozen milk. He'll take it fresh from a bottle but NEVER if previously frozen. Moral of the story, if you're pumping and storing,once in a while, try giving ur LO a sample from your stash. Don't end up like me with a stash but no one to drink it. :lol:lol:lol I planned to use it to thin his cereals in the future.
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  • @llli*jazmanian's Avatar
    March 24th, 2015, 06:51 AM
    My baby is pretty fussy. Its not a matter of picking up on feeding cues late because i could offer to her for an hour and she'll just alternate between sleeping and crying. We're very comfortable with nursing on the left side, but having difficulty on the right. My nipples are different. Aside from a poor latch on the right, I think that's the real problem. The right side has is cracked and scabbed and bleeds. I use a nipple shield which helped a lot, but have still bled since using it. I have been trying to use the breast anyway and just correct the latch, but my baby is either sleeping or fussing. So she'll either not open her mouth at all, or she'll have it open while throwing her arms around and screaming. I got a great latch yesterday but by a fluke. I've been trying since then and I just get so incredibly frustrated, I end up crying and just putting her on the left side because I feel she needs to be fed. Now, my left breast is definitely larger and producing more milk. I don't have a pump yet but I should be getting one this week. My baby is only 2 weeks old. Am I establishing my milk supply the wrong way? Can it be corrected when I get my pump or when my nipple heals?
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  • @llli*fes's Avatar
    March 26th, 2015, 05:21 AM
    I was watching this documentary on breast milk and the video showed a clip of breast milk being pumped. It was a close up of the valve in the bottle and showed the milk gushing into the bottle with each suction. When I have pumped, I get a drop at a time, but I have only pumped after nursing my baby to build up a little supply. Is this how it's supposed to come out when you pump to replace a nursing session? The first time I pumped, I pumped one breast that was full while I nursed baby on the other side (it was a comfort nurse), and I got 3 oz. The second time I pumped both sides after nursing, and I got 3 oz total. Then the last time I got 1 oz total from both breast, and although it was after a nursing session, it wasn't a particularly serious feed- more of a dream feed/comfort sucking. once I go back to work and am pumping instead of nursing while at work, should I expect variation from day to day, or would this indicate an issue with the pump or other issue? Also, I have found that I have a difficult time letting down. I guess I'll have to figure out something that works for me. Lastly, how high are you suppose to turn the dial? The manual says a little lower than uncomfortable, but I don't find any of it to be comfortable. It's the suction that makes my breast feel a little sensitive afterwards. I have a Medela PISA. Thanks, all!
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  • @llli*coolranchdressing's Avatar
    March 24th, 2015, 04:06 PM
    my 5.5 mo old son (who is just over 18 lbs) seems to have decreased his breastmilk intake (EBF). I started solids 1 mo ago b/c he seemed hungry and it helped w/ sleeping (through) at night. He eats solids for lunch + dinner (about 1/2 jar baby food each meal or 4-5 tablespoons cereal). For milk he only seems to drink 3 really large meals in 24 hrs and maybe 2-3 more small little snacks of milk. Is this "normal"? I was contemplating introducing breakfast but I'm scared his milk intake will decrease further. TIA
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  • @llli*aporia's Avatar
    March 24th, 2015, 01:28 PM
    Another sleep question ladies. My lo is about 15 months old notes. She just recently dropped her pm nap and is on one nap a day. Wu 730ish Nap 12 Bedtime 7 I'm trying to get her to sleep longer than 45-60 min for nap because she can barely make it to bedtime. I've tried laying her stay latched but right around the 45-60 min mark I letdown again and it rouses her. I've tried laying in bed with her and letting her nurse as soon as she wakes up in hopes of nursing her back down but once I let dish she fully wakes up. I've tried just letting her nap regularly in hopes she'll naturally lengthen her nap.The only thing I haven't tried is to attempt a 'dreamfeed' right before she wakes. I'm just not sure if that will work because the let down wakes up her (during the day, during the night she sleeps right through the let down.) Nothing works. She sleeps 12.5+ hrs at night (nursing 2-4x/night.)
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  • @llli*jessica.holiga's Avatar
    March 23rd, 2015, 12:19 PM
    Here for some advice ladies. My 8.5 month old DD started on solid at 6.5 months. We did a good amount of research on purees vs. BLS and decided that a modified approach of purees and some self feeding was the best approach for us. She has now been eating at lunch and dinner on a pretty regular basis (Minus the weekends when I try to fill her full of breastmilk and nurse every 1-1 1/2 hrs. to help my supply for when I pump at work ). She is really good at eating bananas (cut up into small bites), the mum mum rice rusks, and the little puff things. She loves feeding herself and is good about mashing them up with her guns before swallowing, so I would love to give her more foods like that. However we have been doing lots of purees because I can't think of anything else that would be good for her to self feed at this point - and the things I have tried she doesn't like. I have tried sweet potatoes (are too mushy and she gets frustrated that she can't pick up pieces too well because they are too mashed already ), avocados (she can't get a good grip on and they just slide oUT of her hand- tried leaving the peel on a slice to give her something to grip on and she didn't do too well with actually getting the Avocado off the peel ), black beans (she didn't like the outer encasement) and peas (didn't like the outer encasement of the pea ). Any suggestions you can give as how to prepare these foods so that she can self feed - or any additional foods you can suggest that would be...
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  • @llli*mjenness's Avatar
    March 27th, 2015, 01:06 PM
    Hi Everyone, I am a FTM and my baby girl is 6 weeks old now. I have oversupply with forceful letdown. My baby was diagnosed with foremilk/hindmilk imbalance. My poor LO Is miserable with gas and bloating. She couldn't sleep and you can feel her stomach churns. She would doze off only to wake up screaming in pains. The only way to get her to sleep in on her stomach on top of me or my husband (I'm afraid to let her sleep on her stomach in the crib) We tried little tummy gas drop which help but only lasted about 2 hours or so. The gripe water seems to help immediately but 10 mins later she would scream in argonize pains. We tried the gripe water twice and same reaction both time so I stop using gripe water. My LC recommend block feeding. I did the block feeding for 7 days (3 feeding per breast) which help bring my oversupply down some. I still pump for 2-3 mins before switch side to help her get the hindmilk ( I get 2-3oz of foremilk in those 2-3 mins of pumping) At the in person consult the LC concerns that since LO is only 6 weeks old she doesn't want me to diminish my supply too much. She suggest to stop block feeding or reduce to 2 feeding per side. It seems like it been helping. I nurse her roughly every two hours. Is it ok that a 6 weeks old still eat every two hourse? My LC seems shock when I said she feed every two hours but didn't say anything. However now I hit another wall. She only wants to nurse for 5-10 mins on the boob she would unlatch or fall asleep. I would...
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  • @llli*momofcww's Avatar
    March 27th, 2015, 10:49 PM
    Hi everyone, this is my first post. I am discouraged and need some help. I am an experienced breastfeeding mom and am currently nursing my 8+ month son. I am currently a SAHM and haven't pumped much. Eight weeks ago, I was in a car accident and badly injured my non-dominant hand. I was in the hospital for three days, and that was the first time my then-seven-month-old son had formula. I have NO use of my hand (it is expected to heal completely, but it is taking a very long time), so I cannot be alone with my son. I am on pain medication, which is compatible with breastfeeding, although the pain is pretty manageable now. He spends one day a week away from me and runs all errands with my husband. I have medical appointments 3-4 times per week. Otherwise, we are together. Before the accident we were bed sharing at night. That has continued somewhat, but nighttime sleep is mediocre at best for all of us right now. I cannot pick up, bathe, or diaper my son, so our only sustained physical contact is through nursing. To complicate things, I am three days into antibiotic treatment for mastitis. My body is just incredibly run down. The emotional aspect of nursing is very important to both of us.
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  • @llli*karyn.rocky's Avatar
    March 25th, 2015, 03:36 PM
    Little one is 4 weeks. I exclusively pumped for nearly 3 weeks. Now I've gotten him off the bottle this last week, but he's stuck on the breast shield. I know it can risk low supply, so I want to get him off as soon as I can. I try offering, but he won't take breast. How can convince him to get off the plastic? :) thank you!
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  • @llli*karyn.rocky's Avatar
    March 23rd, 2015, 03:22 PM
    My little one is four weeks old now, and the majority of that time I have exclusively pumped breast milk for him. This was because my milk was slow to start, so we supplemented and the supplement nursing system was too overwhelming at the time, making bottles easier. Plus I have large nipples and him a small mouth, so it was a little frustrating all around. (No ties, we checked for those!) He is now old enough that nursing works much better, so for the last four days we've done that. I had an oversupply with pumping that is going to have to work out, though pumping twice or so during the day seems to be taking care of that. My concern with my supply starts with my breasts having to adjust to not being pumped and also because he has chosen this time to start sleeping a five - ish hour stretch at night. Should my supply adjust to this OK? Or do I risk "shocking" it and loosing my milk supply? Also, we are having to use a nipple shield right now because he was so used to that bottle feel, if that impacts anything...thank you!
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  • @llli*dormir41's Avatar
    March 28th, 2015, 07:41 AM
    I have a ten week old, she will be twelve weeks a day after I go back to work on April 6th. I've been almost exclusively breastfeeding, with some supplementation of formula (at most three oz daily). She is 8 lbs at last weigh in at drs office (last Friday). She's gotten bottles of both breastmilk and formula given by my husband and we have a syringe in case she won't take the bottle (she often won't take the formula from me). I have been pumping about once a day since my milk came in and have some in the freezer. I'm planning on starting to pump more a few days before I go back to work to have some in the fridge for my husband. I'm interested in getting a better idea of how to handle this and am not sure how much I should shoot for. My husband wants to save the freezer stash for later but I think we should use a little just bc I think it will be hard to pump enough and nurse at the same time while I'm home. I know she'll need at least twelve oz or so, possibly double or triple that. I have an eight hour workday, but commute so will be gone around ten hours. Thoughts? I'm also dreading the first day of our new morning routine . . .getting up with so little sleep and transferring her to her bed since we've been cosleeping and its working well but she can't be in bed with my husband asleep. She's too young and he has sleep apnea anyway. How have others handled this?
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  • @llli*rubyluv's Avatar
    March 28th, 2015, 07:57 AM
    My baby is 4.5 months old. At 3 weeks age she had her frenulum and lip tie released . At that point she was having a hard time with the flow, very gassy, fussing at the breast, and her top lip didn't curl out. A month after the procedure I noticed that they both seemed to grow back. However, she was gaining weight and I was a bit traumatized by the procedure and didn't want to take her back for second time. I'm finding that this week my nipples are sore. She seems to have a hard time 'keeping suction' while latched and often it sounds like she is swallowing air/gulping while nursing. Now that she is older she is also moving her head around quite a bit more, and that doesn't help with losing suction. Her top lip still doesn't curl out. Ive also posted earlier about my concerns with supply, and I'm wondering if this is a factor? At her 4 month check-up her weight was good, 75th percentile. I'm contemplating whether its worth having the tongue/lip tie release done again. My concern is that breastfeeding will become increasingly more difficult as she grows if this issue is of significance.
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