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    Re: Regretting stopping Breastfeeding

    Thanks for all your help. I've found that Ben still enjoys twiddling, and I'm happy to let him do this. We have had some lovely cuddles today, and I think that now I have accepted that I need to...
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    Re: Infant Tooth Care

    Hi,
    I bf my daughter night and day until the age of 2.5, and she did devolp a cavity at about 18 months - she is now 5. However, the cavity was filled at the age of 4, and she has had no problems...
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    Re: Regretting stopping Breastfeeding

    The infections I mentioned were things like tonsilitis etc, which I never experienced before. The doctors & HV's put this down to my severe lack of sleep, pointing out that the body cannot repair...
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    Re: getting plain tired of it...

    Hi - Firstly well done you! I've been posting on the forum because I stopped nursing my lo last friday. Its now been a week, and I thought I'd share with you how its been. Before I start, I also...
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    Re: Regretting stopping Breastfeeding

    I am still so confused. My husband is so far against me restarting to nurse that he has even said he will leave if I do so. :shrug. Ben wasn't actually so bad last night. He woke once, and after...
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    Re: Regretting stopping Breastfeeding

    Thanks for your replies. Ben is 17 months, and was nursing mainly at night. Ben co-sleeps with me. The lack of sleep was causing me to be irritable during the day, especially with my 5 year old...
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    Regretting stopping Breastfeeding

    I stopped feeding my son on Friday evening, and now I am really regretting the decision I have made. I chose to wean him because he fed frequently through the night - every 45 mins to 1.5 hours, and...
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