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  1. Re: Fussing baby when no let down? Why no let down sometime

    Thank you. I will ring their office tomorrow and ask specifically about the placenta coming away. I have a day with heaps of cramping, heaps of discharge and noticeable let downs. On those days,...
  2. Re: Fussing baby when no let down? Why no let down sometime

    Thank you again. I actually wondered exactly that, if I have retained placenta. I noticed I hadn't had any involution for a while, but I do notice it when I have consistent let-downs.

    I'm...
  3. Re: Fussing baby when no let down? Why no let down sometime

    Oh and thank you for your reply.
  4. Re: Fussing baby when no let down? Why no let down sometime

    Weight and output have both been good, if not prolific.

    Nursing, he does try to use a tiny mouth which hurts, but I generally persist until he can give me a wide mouth. He's not great at opening...
  5. Re: Fussing at breast? Just want the paci?

    I would look into reflux. The reason I suggest it is because your little one is getting fussy when layed side ways, which is typical reflux behaviour. Also, sucking is desired by the reflux baby to...
  6. Fussing baby when no let down? Why no let down sometimes?

    This is my 4th baby and I've always had well defined let down pain. Other than the pain I notice the change in the way the baby drinks.

    I had a c-section just over 2 weeks ago and I noticed I had...
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