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    Re: Big boost in supply -could it be the juice?

    Oooh, I'm going to try this!
  2. Temas: Nausea?

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    Re: Nausea?

    Oh, this is very useful! :clap I think this might be the issue...I have hypoglycemia, so that could be the culprit. I think I also might not be drinking enough water (because in the middle of the...
  3. Temas: Nausea?

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    Nausea?

    This might sound weird...but every time my DS latches on, I feel a teeny bit nauseous. BFing has never been pain free for me (I almost got there but then he grew teeth), but it's totally bearable...
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    Re: Won't take solids much anymore? Help!

    Your replies are all so helpful. I do think he has been reverse cycling. Plus we co-sleep so there's an all-night buffet if he is so inclined. I just worry... He has his 6m appointment on Tuesday, so...
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    Re: Won't take solids much anymore? Help!

    Thanks for the reply!

    His diaper count is decent and he has usually 1-3 BMs a day. He seems to make up for eating when I pick him up and his energy level is okay. But it stresses me out.

    It...
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    Won't take solids much anymore? Help!

    My son (who is 6m old today!) was EBF for the first four and a half months of life...he only had/tried a bottle a couple of times, with limited success.

    I went back to work when he was 4 1/2...
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    Re: Just a little sad

    (((Hugs))) I'm in the same boat. I go back at the beginning of January and even though the DCP we have (my neighbor) is GREAT, I am NOT dealing at all well with this. I have no advice...just know it...
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    Re: Trouble with Thrush

    I'm sure you could bring your 4-year old! The meeting I went to was small (I think the night meetings have more moms) and the LLL leader had not only her 9-month old, but two other kids (I think they...
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    Re: Trouble with Thrush

    I know, Stephanie! I was so depressed when I had thrush. :hug

    I'm glad you see some improvement! I woke up thinking about you and remembering a couple of other things we did. (Sorry, not to...
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    Re: Trouble with Thrush

    First off ((((hugs))))! I dealt with thrush for about seven weeks, gah! Did the miconozole/diflucan/nystant/GV routine with little success.

    Great advice here. Thought I'd nose in with the various...
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    Re: Baby Very Fussy From Gass

    Gripe water IS amazing stuff...it calms my son w/i minutes. There are loads of different brands out there; Colic Calm is a 100% organic kind. If you DO choose that brand, be aware that it might turn...
  12. Re: Nipple blanching, clamping pain is killing me! Thrush?

    My son is a chomper and he's about 2 1/2 months. We dealt with thrush in the middle there and I was hoping the clamping would go away with the thrush (no such luck).

    It could be overactive letdown...
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    Re: Stubborn Thrush?

    I just finished a 7-week battle with thrush. It's awful. We did Nystatin and GV for him, antifungal cream, GV, and Diflucan for me. FYI, GV didn't work for us...but it works for many others. Anyway,...
  14. Re: thrush - treat baby, even though no symptons?

    DEFINITELY treat the baby too, even if there are no sxs.

    As someone suggested, be sure you're also taking a probiotic and giving one to the baby. I mixed acidopholus and infant probiotic powder...
  15. Re: Low supply, Possible Thrush, and pumping! HELP!

    Have you been diagnosed definitively w/thrush? If so, make sure your baby is treated too (even if sxs free) or you can pass it back & forth. Take a probiotic (or eat loads of plain, unsweetened...
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    Re: How do you co-sleep?

    We have a queen-sized pillowtop. I also have an Arms-reach co-sleeper. Because of the pillowtop, there's maybe a 6-8 inch drop into the co-sleeper (and the risers are supposedly unstable so we didn't...
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