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    Re: moral support needed

    I wish I could help. This is exactly how it was with my son, actually up until this past weekend, he was still getting up between 3 & 5 times at night. I even had to transition from co sleeping to...
  2. Re: Re-introduce breast to toddler to increase supply for tw

    I think this is a good question for a LLL leader. You can submit answers and get professionals answers and support. Wish I could be more help, however I'd be affraid of giving you the wrong answer.
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    Re: Severe Vaginal Dryness

    Have you tried a personal lubricant? I have vaginal dryness with breastfeeding and I bought a mostly aloe vera based lubricant without chemicals, parabans etc. and that worked for me. I do agree you...
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    Re: Drying-up????

    Why are you planning on weaning to a few nursings a day? Were you planning on offering formula? Your body is probably just adjusting to the fact that you already weaned a couple of sessions. Your...
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    Re: Breastfeeding and Shingles?

    Go with what your OB says. When you get ill, your body develops immunities that are passed on through your breastmilk to your LO. Hope this situation clears up soon!
  6. Re: 7.5 month old didn't drink ANY EMB at daycare

    My LO was refusing bottles at first as well. It was heart breaking because when I was gone he would scream for me and refuse a bottle. My husband worked on him at a time. One thing I did was buy a...
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    Re: Feeding all the time

    This is very normal. My son did this until he was about 3 mo. old. At that point, he started going 20 min to an 1 hour between feedings during the day and a little longer at night. Breastmilk is...
  8. Re: Help with Bedtime feeding/nursing when mom is away.....

    3 oz is an excellent amount to pump at once. I was worried about leaving my husband to put LO to bed when I had an occassional night meeting, but I shouldn't have worried they were just fine with BM...
  9. Re: Studies on need for iron-enriched cereal?

    I made all my own baby cereals millet, oatmeal, brown rice etc. And never gave my LO any enriched infant cereal. I offer him a lot of dark leafy greens-spinach, swiss chard, kale and beans and...
  10. Re: Solids and BLS.... getting frustrated

    My son is 9 mo. old I started offering him homemade purred baby food at around 6 mo. I was always to scared to try BLS! At first he would gag on foods. I didn't force or push him to eat when he...
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    Re: Breastfeeding ALL NIGHT Long

    Yes, my son started becoming to distracted to nurse at daycare in the morning, so we stopped leaving the house early to go there. Now we nurse at home just before we leave. I am going to talk with...
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    Re: has anyone else taken advair?

    The Lactation risk- is L3 meaing Probably safe- There are no reports in lactating women available. Use your best judgement. Could you talk with your MD about using something that is known to be safe...
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    Re: has anyone else taken advair?

    Is it an inhaler, diskus, or other form?
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    Re: Donating Milk?

    Wow! 400 oz. I am soooo jealous of you. GREAT JOB. I'm not positve on this, but I think you only need 100 oz at a time to donate to the milk bank. You could donate some and save the rest for when you...
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    Re: Pumping etiquette question

    I think it's worth a try to see if there might be another area that you could pump in at the coffee shop. Maybe they have a staff room you could use for 15 minutes esp. where you are a frequent...
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    Re: Breastfeeding ALL NIGHT Long

    He has been nursing like this since birth. In 9 mo, twice he has only woken 2 times. We co-slept until he was about 5 mo old. For the last month or so of co-sleeping, he started to become very fussy...
  17. Re: How to deal with preference for left side?

    How old is your daughter? I think it's normal in the beginning for infants to prefer one side. My son had a side preference in the beginning, but I just continued to offer him the less preferred side...
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    Breastfeeding ALL NIGHT Long

    My son is 9 months old. He weighs 22.14 LBS and is 31 inches long. I am still getting up with him between 4-6 times a night (11 hour period) to nurse. He nurses for 30 minutes total- both sides at...
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