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  1. Re: Should I change the Bottle nipples based on the levels?

    I'm wondering if she was confused about needing to change them every three months as recommended because they might be worn out with needing to change the flow. You never need to change the flow for...
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    Re: Zombie mommy

    Honestly even if you had bottle fed you would likely still be doing night feedings at 8 months and possibly waking up every 2 hours replacing a pacifier. At this point, waking every two hours is...
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    Re: Older babysitter, questioning my nursing

    Keeping the bottles small as long as you can is very good for preserving your nursing relationship. I have heard the scenario of mothers feeling pressure to send bigger bottles and later having a...
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    Re: Consistency of thawed milk

    When I swirled it it went back together but would not stay together.
    I only put a drop on my tongue to taste it, so that might not have been enough to detect lipase. Sometimes I noticed it smelled...
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    Consistency of thawed milk

    Recently trying to reintroduce the bottle in anticipation of my less-than-triumphant return to the workforce. I used milk from the freezer and I noticed it looked a little different than fresh milk....
  6. Re: Premarin Vaginal Cream and Breastfeeding

    I applied it with a cotton swab to make sure it only got on the affected area. It is meant to be absorbed through vaginal tissues which are very different than the skin on your hands so even if you...
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    Low supply

    How would a person know that their supply had decreased? Here and elsewhere,I mainly see lists of things that people mistakenly think are signs their supply has dropped, but what are the actual...
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    Re: desperate need of help!!!

    I'm sure there is someone here who knows more about this than I do, but I think lactose intolerance is very rare in infants. The ones that have it are very sick with diarrhea and vomiting.

    At 2...
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    Re: Anyone experience about Bell Palsy?

    I had it during this pregnancy. It went away in about 2 weeks.
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    Re: Which size bottles to buy...4oz or 9oz?

    Is that also true for babies that sleep all night?
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    Re: Regarding lipase

    why would it develop an unwanted taste or odor other than lipase?
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    Regarding lipase

    How long does it take lipase to change stored milk?
    Does it develop as a result of freezing, or would it ruin the milk eventually anyway?
    What other things can go wrong with freezing then thawing?
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    Re: overfeeding and spitting up

    I suppose my primary concern is that she has reflux and nurses to deal with the symptoms. Or that some other need she has in not being met.

    And I do worry about her gaining too much too fast or...
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    overfeeding and spitting up

    When I started breast feeding my daughter two months ago the general advice was not to worry about her eating too much because she would stop when she got enough.

    However I think that I have...
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    Vitamin D drops

    Do we really need them? I'm a little concerned since my baby was born into the darkest, coldest months of the year and gets almost no sunlight.
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    partial thaw

    Is is ever safe to refreeze milk that has only partially thawed out such as after a power failure?
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    Re: 5 ounces of formilk

    Once per day, but not every day. Usually I do it early in the morning after I feed her, but that time it was in the evening after skipping a feeding (she had a bottle of expressed milk her father). ...
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    Re: 5 ounces of formilk

    The baby is one month old. I have not gone back to work yet. Very new to all of this.
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    Re: 5 ounces of formilk

    Just a week. Usually for about 6 minutes and I get about 4-6 ounces. I just never saw such poor looking milk and was afraid it might make her gassy or might not satisfy her.
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    5 ounces of formilk

    is what I pumped yesterday. It looks awful. Should I just throw it out?
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