Re: Thrush Help
with the PP.
If you want to continue breastfeeding, the best thing to do is to not quit. I know thrush pain can be very severe, but it's going to be much easier, in the long run, to keep on making milk than to allow yourself to dry up and then relactate. Also, if you want to keep on nursing (as opposed to providing milk via pump and bottle), it is much better to keep the baby on the breast. Babies who are mostly or exclusively bottlefed often come to reject the breast. The more bottles they get and the longer they get them for, the more likely it is that they will refuse to go back to nursing. Sorry, I know that's probably not what you want to hear!
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