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    Re: I'm so confused...

    Everything Maddieb said! Do whatever is comfortable for you and baby. My oldest nursed 40 minutes out of every hour at that age. My second nursed 5 minutes every 2 hours at that age. Go figure. ...
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    Re: First time mum needs encouragement

    (((hugs))) I've been through some painful emotional stuff with breastfeeding, but it was always worth it. :hug I'm glad you have supportive family! That's huge! And FWIW, I'm right there with...
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    Re: Boob or Bottle?

    Benefit of feeding from breast only: MORE SLEEP! Mothers who bed-share and breastfeed get the most sleep and the highest quality sleep (in spite of more night wakings). Do you research on bed...
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    Bottle Refusal - 9 weeks old

    My son is 9 weeks old. I went back to work 1 day per week 6 weeks ago. I am gone 9 - 10 hours. My mom comes to my house to babysit.

    Each week, he drinks less and is more fussy. Last week, he...
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    Re: 4 weeks old, new latch problem

    I was thinking about a recent conversation (not here) where an LLL leader was saying the breasts work independently of each other. And defining undersupply as not enough to satisfy baby. I...
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    Re: 4 weeks old, new latch problem

    I pump in the morning for comfort If I feel a "lump" of milk baby didn't get out overnight. That's happened twice in the last 2 weeks. I haven't been feeling engorged though.

    I just started work...
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    4 weeks old, new latch problem

    My baby is 4 weeks old. He's been a great little nursling! I have some OALD. Baby has stopped latching.... normally. He doesn't open his mouth wide or latch deeply. He roots for a really long...
  8. Re: breastfeeding problems...is it time to give up hope

    Many ((((hugs)))) to you! This ship only sails when you're ready. If you're not ready, then throw in another anchor. If you are ready... then sail.

    I'm no expert, but I thought maybe a...
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    Re: When is it okay to quit?

    Have you tried expressing milk by hand? It's so much more gentle than a pump! It was faster for me too, because I wasn't having pain affecting let-down.

    I second the suggestion for your baby to...
  10. Re: Sleeps at the breast, then wakes up screaming for food..

    If caregivers are not following your feeding instructions, cut ties with them. My father over supplemented when supplementing WAS NOT NECCESSARY AND NOT INSTRUCTED, which led to the end of...
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    Re: Stress and breastfeeding 5 month old.

    Check your thinking. I hear excuses for other's behavior, enabling your husband to continue his unsupportive behavior patterns. I hear excuses for yourself too. It shows your exhaustion, but your...
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    Re: Stress and breastfeeding 5 month old.

    You, love, are in crisis. Call the nearest animal shelter and arrange to surrender your dog. Don't put yourself through the guilt thing, just do it. The odds of you rehoming a SB/hound mix - and...
  13. Re: Help! Baby is completely dependent on my breasts!

    Some babies are high needs. It's exhausting but it's not your fault. You didn't cause it by your parenting style. You intuitively picked exactly what THIS child needs. This absolutely will pass. ...
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    Re: Do I have any hope?

    Breast and bottle are different, so that breast fed babies are generally getting less at a time but more often.

    I re-lactated too. My parents were sabotaging with formula so it wasn't terribly...
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    Re: olive oil safe?

    I'm so sorry, thrush is horrible! I was on antibiotics for the last 3 months of pregnancy, and you bet we got thrush BADLY! First pediatrician (male) was very reserved in treating it. Second...
  16. Re: doctor's visit left me angry and wondering...am I wrong?

    I think you are right on. It's NOT medically based. Call the doctor and start asking why. I mean, repeatedly ask her why until she is pushed into a corner. If she doesn't actually have scientific...
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    Re: 4 month old poor weight gain

    If you are unable to get the in-person support and help you need, I want you to know that it's not shameful or a failure to pump and bottle feed. You should also know about the neat little device...
  18. Re: Advice/help with effective ways of weaning a 30 month ol

    Is this about weaning? Or exhaustion and anxiety? I can't speak to the weaning as my son self weaned and I have no experience other than that. But I hear your exhaustion and anxiety loud and...
  19. Best bottle to not screw up latch/suck?

    I'm making a baby registry and my fiancé definitely wants to have frozen milk and be able to bottle feed for plan B. Is there a bottle/nipple that is less likely to interfere with breastfeeding?
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    Re: 2 YEARS Later

    Thank you everyone for the comments - I feel a lot better knowing I'm not alone.

    It doesn't "bother" me except worrying that it is not normal. I dried up REALLY fast when my son was young, then...
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    Re: 2 YEARS Later

    If it really bugs you, there are meds that can dry your milk. :) No worries. :gvibes
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    2 YEARS Later

    My son has been weaned for 2 years. I have continuously had colostrum and/or milk discharge since. It is finally down to just a couple drops now and again, but SERIOUSLY?! Is this normal?

    I am...
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    Re: Help for a friends 3 week old

    Hugs, chocolate, bubble bath, and a massage for momma. :love

    :hug
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    Re: Whooping cough/Kennel Cough

    Actually, bordatella bronchiseptica IS a zoonotic disease, meaning that it can be transmitted to humans in natural conditions.

    HOWEVER, it is EXTREMELY rare, and only 65 cases have been reported...
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    Re: relactate

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    I completely understand. :hug

    Consistency is the most important part for relactation, although I think it is something the body "learns" and can repeat easier in the future. (Personal...
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