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mantener la energia, la salud, el peso? Tu puedes. by [email protected]
Soy Antoni y estoy ofreciendo para aquellas personas que lo necesiten unos productos totalmente naturales para tener buena salud, enegía y que las personas mantengan su peso ideal. Tal como me ocurrio a mi. Abre el siguiente link para saber más. http://www.nutricionyaseopersonal.com
June 20th 06 04:16 PM
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Leaky breasts in pregnancy by cjra
Everything I've read says it's normal to leak in the last month of pregnancy, but how normal is it *not* to leak? Did you leak? and if not, any association with when/how well your milk came in? I leaked ~week 22-25, but nothing since then (now at 38w)
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June 20th 06 03:12 PM
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Breast feeding campaign by [email protected]
The ad campaign is an in your face approach to convince women to breast feed, showing pregnant women in dangerous situations, suggesting that not to breast feed is to put your baby at risk. The government ad campaign is winding down, but another controversy may be gearing up. Some lawmakers want a...
June 18th 06 05:05 AM
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More on solids... by Chookie
I posted little while ago about DS2 not being as enthusiastic about solids as DS1. Well, it all depends on what you feed them... DS1 was The Carbohydrate Kid. To this day he will stuff himself with rice, bread, couscous, pasta etc. DS2, we have discovered, is a wannabe vegetarian. He loves...
June 17th 06 10:58 PM
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Mirena -Win a $3,000 Home Makeover - Sweepstakes (12/31) by [email protected]
Mirena -Win a $3,000 Home Makeover - Sweepstakes (12/31) http://mirena.july-promotion.com Enter for a chance to clear out the clutter and streamline your life with a $3,000 Home Assessment/Makeover by a Personal Organizer that includes a $1,000 Hold Everything Gift Certificate. Enter now...
June 17th 06 07:35 PM
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once you start feeding start feeding solids, do you have to be consistant? by oregonchick
Emily is just past 6 months, and really enjoys her rice cereal mixed with bm. I have been feeding it about twice a day, but sometimes only once a day and not always at the same time. Since she is still being fed bm, I was wondering how critical it was once solids were introduced, to keep it up...
June 17th 06 03:37 PM
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ping: CY by Jess
What's your email again? Jess
June 17th 06 02:11 AM
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why my baby stucking her tongue out? by jojo
My daughter Lilly is almost two months old, and seems very normal, except for her tongue. She seems to be sticking it out most of the time. Is this normal? She sucks from the bottle and from my breast fine. she Is gaining weight, and responds to stimulus ok. When she sleeps her tongue is...
June 15th 06 11:34 PM
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Fascinating article on normal breastfeeding by Chookie
From the conclusion: Healthy, exclusively breastfed 1- to 6-month-old infants consume 0 to 240 g of milk between 6 and 18 times during 24 hours, with 64% of infants breastfeeding 1 to 3 times at night. The right breast usually produces significantly more milk than the left, and the volume of milk...
June 15th 06 03:23 PM
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1 yesterday by Anne Rogers
I can't believe it, Ada was 1 yesterday, for a 2nd child it's been a surprisingly difficult experience of breastfeeding, with stubborn thrush, then the bizarre experience of a swollen nipple that then turned black and numerous other things! But we are there and now breastfeeding is just something...
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June 15th 06 03:21 PM
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Bizarre Food Allergy Study by Andrea Phillips
Did anyone else catch this? http://www.cnn.com/2006/HEALTH/06/08/food.allergies.reut/index.html This article bugs me on so many counts I can hardly articulate. First there's this: "At three months of age, according to parental reports, 14.2 percent of infants had adverse reactions to food, while...
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June 14th 06 05:11 AM
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Can I reuse my old breast pump? by Morgante
I'm expecting a baby in November, my second. I'd like to use the breast pump I've held onto since my first child, but is there anything I need to worry about? I haven't used it in nearly five years. Can it be sufficiently cleaned? or might it have other problems I need to consider?
June 14th 06 02:30 AM
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NY Times Articl: Breastfeed or Else. by CY
http://www.nytimes.com/2006/06/13/health/13brea.html?ex=1150862400&en=12df20db104ff0f1&ei=5070&emc=eta1 Nothing new, but nice to see a mainstream news article on it. Although, one part irked me... Child-rearing experts have long pointed to the benefits of breast-feeding. But critics say the new...
June 14th 06 02:03 AM
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Skip the night feedings? by [email protected]
My son is 5 months and in one of the books I read recently (the one from the American Academy of Peds) said that at this point, they shouldn't need to be fed at night. Last night after eating before bed (at 9), he woke only once at 1AM. I was asleep and DH comforted him and put him back down...
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June 14th 06 01:14 AM
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Should I Wake Baby? by LoopyNZ
Hi there, DS (3.5 months, healthy weight gain) has been sleeping technically through the night (5-6 hours) for a while now. (I'm not sure why I wake up to feed him - I have no alarm, and he doesn't seem to be awake, but perhaps he just snuffles enough to wake me up.) Last night he slept for 8...
June 13th 06 09:26 PM
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Finally, the question by [email protected]
On the phone to my dad last night talking about egg passing through bm (ds has an egg allergy). He says: So, when you are you going to stop breastfeeding? The tone of his question was not a positive enquiry. This surprised me as he has shown no interest whatsoever in William's feeding. Quick as a...
June 13th 06 03:24 PM
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less milk for breastfeeding any solution by anil
WE HAVE PREMATURE BABY BOY DELIVERED IN 35 WEEK AND NOW HE IS ONE MONTHS OLD. HE WAS KEPT IN INCUBATOR FOR TEN DAYS. MY WIFE COMPLAINTS THE BABY IS GETTING LESS WHILE BREASTFEEDING. ARE U HAVING ANY TIPS TO INCREASE MILK FOR BREASTFEEDING. ani
June 13th 06 02:49 PM
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2 month well visit by Nikki
Well we had our two month visit. The boys are doing great! Brock is 14lbs 2oz and 24 inches while Ben is 11lbs 9oz and 23.5 inches. They each had three shots. Brock was ticked off royally about the whole thing. Ben took it a little better. He was really sleepy so went back to sleep...
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June 12th 06 06:25 PM
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Immodium and breastfeeding by [email protected]
I was wondering if anyone had any information on the latest advice on taking immodium and breastfeeding? I have had gastric flu since Monday :( and the need for Immodium since Tuesday monring. I've kept off it so far but along with everything else it's beginning to wear me down. I have read a few...
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June 12th 06 12:44 AM
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introducing bottles? by KD
Greetings folks: I'm mom to an eight week old boy who is exclusively breastfed. One of the women in my parent/tot group told me this morning that she had read that babies should be introduced to bottlefeeding by this time, to get them used to it. Otherwise if you want to use bottles and expressed...
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June 11th 06 06:03 PM
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