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    Re: Very low letdown reflex, anxiety

    I don't see any other signals that she's teething. She isn't even fussy unless i offer the breast. Maybe she's just not hungry? She naps on me and she munches on the breast quite a bit but it didn't...
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    Re: Very low letdown reflex, anxiety

    4 ounces from both breasts combined. Will imake enough for thenextfeed...which shoud be soon?
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    Re: Very low letdown reflex, anxiety

    I always feel the letdowns, at least the first. I can also see when she is swallowing. It seemed to get a bit better now. I called a helpline here in Ontario, Canada and the nurse calmed me down a...
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    Very low letdown reflex, anxiety

    I've written before that my now 4 months old daughter had started to drop some percentiles in gaining weight. This unfortunately created some anxiety for me and matters got worsel...a lot worse. Now...
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    Re: angry nurser?

    I'm in the same boat here. My DD is a week shy of 4 mo and is doing the exact same thing. We cosleep and one night, as she was nursing lying down, she pulled on my breast while pushing with her feet...
  6. Re: 3 1/2 mo dropping on the weight chart

    Moderately active. Not reaching for toys yet but is trying to roll and sit up- manages some sort of crunches. The dr says her neuro-motor skills are fine. I've strted today to offer the breast more...
  7. 3 1/2 mo dropping on the weight chart

    Hello everyone,

    First time poster here. My DD is almost 3 1/2 mo (in 2 days). We went to the dr yesterday for our monthly checkup and the doc is a bit worried that she's going down in percentiles...
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