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Bottle strike and decrease food intake by FayeC
I am starting to get a little anxious..... I started working full time a month ago.....at first things were fine and DS was taking 2 bottles of ebm a day plus solids.......then a week ago he started a bottle strike.....he is not taking much ebm during the day and he is not eating as much solids as...
May 5th 06 06:57 PM
by Anne Rogers Go to last post
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Pumping and cracked nipples by FayeC
I have been pumping for over a month at work now. I was doing quite well (12 to 15oz/day) for my baby's need (almost 11 months now and heavily into solids). About a week ago my left nipple started cracking and now it's bleeding when I pump. It hurts when the kids latch too..... I thought it was...
May 5th 06 02:29 PM
by Mary W. Go to last post
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Baby growth charts to be revised by Rebecca Jo
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/4938234.stm Yay breastfeeding. -- Rebecca Jo Mama to Alexander 6/6/05
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May 5th 06 09:51 AM
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Milk feeders in Micro wave Oven by [email protected]
Baby Milk Feeders in Micro Wave Oven. I see mothers heating baby milk in Plastic Feeders , in Micro Wave oven. Can some one tell 1. Effect of micro waves on the milk (good or bad). 2. Effect of Microwave radiation on dissolution of plastic in milk. This may save the health of many infants of an...
May 5th 06 09:06 AM
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Sore Breasts by Katie
Hi, I am new to this group. I found you guys and I thought you would be a perfect group to ask advice about a problem I am having. My nipples seem to be completely bruised after my son breastfeeds. He has incredible mouth strength. Has anyone else gone through this? And what did you do? I feel like...
May 5th 06 02:47 AM
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Regular nursing while pregnant by Raebo
My dd is 7.5mths old and I just found out I'm expecting number 2. Can anyone recommend any natural methods for helping my milk supply during pregnancy? Dd is still almost exclusively bf as she hasn't really taken to solids yet. Thanks kindly.
May 5th 06 02:44 AM
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Way far OT - 6 yo throwing up by Cheri Stryker
I figure the folks here probably have dealt with a wide variety of health issues, as well as BF'ing, so it can't hurt to ask... My 6 yo, who is currently taking both strattera and concerta for ADHD, has had a recurring problem with throwing up in the AM. It's happened 2 times this week, and 2...
May 4th 06 09:05 PM
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CTTS by Leslie
When my big kids wanted to be picked up, they would hold up their arms and say, "Hold you," which I thought was pretty cute. When Lorelei wants me to pick her up, she says, "Arm." I guess she means she wants to be in my arms. :-) Leslie
May 4th 06 05:44 PM
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(not) BF and Alcoholism by Notchalk
Breast-Feeding Duration Linked to Alcoholism in Adulthood Reuters Health Information 2006. 2006 Reuters Ltd. NEW YORK (Reuters Health) Apr 21 - Early weaning, along with a number of factors, appears to predispose adults to alcohol abuse and hospitalization for an alcohol-related diagnosis,...
May 4th 06 03:43 AM
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THANKS good parents loving childs by dp72
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May 3rd 06 08:23 AM
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One Time Valium & Nursing by Jo
I am having another surgery on my right breast on Monday. The doctor wanted me to be in the hospital for this one, but Ronnie and I both have separation issues. I also haven't been able to pump enough milk to leave him without nursing for a day. It is still his main source of food at 9 months, and...
May 2nd 06 10:10 PM
by Anne Rogers Go to last post
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Get Your Child to Sleep with Sleepytime by [email protected]
While many babies fall into a routine of their own accord and will sleep through the night automatically, the majority will need a little coaching. Establishing the right sleep associations from an early age is vital if you want to avoid long-term sleep problems. But no matter what age your baby,...
May 2nd 06 11:06 AM
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baby carrier for gardening? by V.
I'm posting here instead of the babywearer.com forum b/c I remember to read this group and that's about it. :) I have made several ring slings, wraps and a Mei Tai. I also have two structure soft carriers (infantino and one with Pooh on it). I tried all of these yesterday trying to get my 5month...
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May 1st 06 02:16 PM
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how to start formula? by oregonchick
Ok, my ability to pump an adequate amount breastmilk is dwindling, and now I am feeding mostly thawed breastmilk that I have stored up since January. We have about 400 6 oz bags - enough to last about 3 more months, which will put Emily at almost 8 months. At that point, we will need to do...
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May 1st 06 03:06 AM
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Expressing at work by Amber Timbrell
Hi, I'm guessing this has been asked loads of times but I need some tips on expressing at work. I only work three days a week and I didn't expect that those three days would effect my supply so drastically. Up until recently I have been expressing just before work and as soon as I get home which...
April 29th 06 03:23 PM
by MotherMilk Go to last post
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BreastMilk Video by MotherMilk
Hi! Looking for Breast Milk, Breast Pumping Videos for Educational Purpose. Who can Help. Thanks.
April 29th 06 03:09 PM
by MotherMilk Go to last post
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Breast Feeding can be fun...... by Miss Glamour
Do you Mum's get sexual fantasies when your kid is sucking on your big milk filled sagging titties?
April 29th 06 06:22 AM
by xkatx Go to last post
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Weak suck by Nikki
Ben has such a weak suck I worry. I have a really hard time getting him to make the big fishy lips and then doing any nutritive sucking. He will latch and suck, just not those long nutritive sucks and I almost always have to adjust his latch/lips. His sucking is short and choppy and do not...
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April 28th 06 11:20 PM
by Mary W. Go to last post
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Great Breastfeeding support site by Chupy
*************************************************************************** Today's Date: 04-28-06 Activity since: 03-28-06 *************************************************************************** View all new content he...
April 28th 06 10:49 PM
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Dill and gas by maya
Hi! Has any of you guys ever heard of boiling dill seeds and giving that water to the baby is supposed to help the baby with gas? Thanks very much!!!!!! Maya
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April 28th 06 02:54 PM
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