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Sigh-Annual appointment with OB by Irene
Donna Metler wrote: I had my yearly with my OB/GYN-which in my case is also the "See if everything has healed correctly before even considering a next pregnancy". And as far as the appointment was, everything went well. However, when I was asked about my menstrual cycle, I commented that I...
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November 29th 05 10:02 AM
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HBO's Rome: ancient funeral rituals? by dkhedmo
Anyone watch Rome, or have any info to share about ancient Roman funereal rites? While the multiple-stab-wounded Caesar was laid out to received mourners at his home, his wife welcomed in a woman who dropped her top, squeezed a bit of breastmilk into the dead Caesar's mouth, then left after a...
January 17th 07 10:39 PM
by Cheryl Go to last post
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Finding Large Nursing Bras by Ghostwriter
Hello All, First time posting to this group, so please forgive any horrible faux pas that I commit out of ignorance. I am looking for speciality shops that can supply nursing bras for my very large chested wife. She is a 34I in US sizes or a 34G in european sizes. I have tried google searching...
November 26th 03 02:54 AM
by Elaine Go to last post
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Brand new watch,bag,jewerly,jean,clothing,brand new $15 by Sellbestwatch
Brand new watch,handbag,jean,jewerly $15 We supply Rolex,Bvlgari,Omega, Patek Philippe,Tag Heuer,Chanel,Chopard,Franck Muller,Panerai,Alange Sohne,Jaeger Lecoultre,IWC,Louis vuitton,Armani,Bretling,EBEL,Gucci,Hermes,Montblanc,Movado,Piaget,Raymond Weil ,Vacheron Constantin,Longines,Audemars...
October 31st 07 03:47 PM
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Wandering back in by lu-lu
Hi all I was here a couple of years ago, although I posted more on mkp. I'm back now with baby #2 :) He's 12 weeks old, and feeding well.... I must admit I wasn't doing so well at feeding this time - having a 2 year old demanding cuddles everytime I tried to breastfeed was kind of doing my head...
March 12th 09 04:41 AM
by Kat Go to last post
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Normal or not? Acne+rash, fussiness, screaming, sleeplessness, etc by cjra
I've looked on kellymom.com which has been useful, but everything is either normal or a sign of a problem. My 6wk old next Monday daughter got baby acne last week. Normal. But now it looks more like a big rash across her face. very red. It's also spread to her neck, ears, head, and upper chest....
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August 18th 06 07:51 PM
by cjra Go to last post
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Recent Articles of Interest (Support-related) by Chookie
Found via Ingenta: Support for breastfeeding mothers: a systematic review Paediatric & Perinatal Epidemiology, October 2003, vol. 17, no. 4, pp. 407-417(11) Sikorski J.; Renfrew M.J.; Pindoria S.; Wade A. Although the benefits of breastfeeding are widely accepted, the effectiveness of...
November 1st 03 11:53 AM
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Book Recommendation by Amy
I'm only 50 pages in, but I have to recommend "What No One Tells the Mom" by Marg Stark. Her other book, "What No One Tells the Bride" basically saved the first year of my marriage, and this one is every bit as good. I wish I'd had it months ago. I've just had a very personal, and yet very HUGE...
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January 27th 06 01:53 PM
by Sue Go to last post
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Drop in antibodies after 6 months? by Cheryl S.
This link was in my BabyCenter email for this week. http://tinyurl.com/35y5w I was very surprised to read this in it, under the section on preventing ear infections: "Practitioners such as Ruben believe that mothers transfer certain immune-building antibodies to their babies through breast milk....
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April 14th 04 05:44 AM
by Cadie Go to last post
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Easier?!? by Clisby Williams
E wrote: lots of snips... Mama: No, that's OK. Formula is much easier anyway. I just gave up it wasn't worth it.
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July 13th 03 11:35 PM
by Elizabeth Reid Go to last post
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News about Circe (Barbara) by Truffles
******This is a re-post from Chotii, a poster on mkp. She said it was okay to pass this on.****** Our Circe has had a very bad asthma attack, and is in the hospital at the present time, on a ventilator. At last report, she was being sedated heavily because when she was awake and alert (and she...
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July 8th 03 07:20 PM
by Amanda Go to last post
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Can tofu give a baby gas? by Molly Ging
I'm beginning to think that me eating tofu is giving my DS gas. Either that or broccoli. The local Chinese place makes the best tofu w/ broccoli but it seems that DS is very upset and cranky the day after I eat it. It could be a coincidence but I'm not sure. He only stools once every three...
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October 16th 03 09:49 PM
by H Schinske Go to last post
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sore, calloused nipple by sheree
Hi, this is my first time posting, but I've been reading a lot of helpful posts since I started breastfeeding. Thanks so much...it's incredibly reassuring to know there's others out there having problems like me, and working through them! My DS is 11 weeks, and I've been having pain since I...
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March 29th 06 06:52 AM
by sheree Go to last post
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Unvaccinated children -- virtually no asthma by JOHN
http://whale.to/a/children1.html
November 23rd 08 08:12 PM
by JOHN Go to last post
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9 week old sleeps 8 hours...okay for supply? by Kathy
Hi, I apologize in advance to those of you who will say "Gee...what a problem...your baby sleeps for eight hours straight. Try having the opposite problem!". Actually, I know what that's like too...DD#1 seemed to only sleep for 15 minutes at a time for the first several months of her...
May 6th 06 01:18 AM
by V. Go to last post
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"Wal-Mart right to say no" by Kate
http://www.coloradoan.com/news/stories/20040209/opinion/381853.html Wal-Mart right to say no By Linda Magloughlin ------------------------------------------------------------------------ --------
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March 9th 04 05:17 PM
by Lina Go to last post
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Bad latch,small mouth, cracked nipples by [email protected]
Hi All Before I post my BA and BS on m.k.p I could do with some advice. Despite thinking I knew what I was doing second time round I am again having horrible problems bf'ing. After 4 days of the baby being unsatisfied after every feed I spoke to bf consultant who suggested my latch isn't right....
February 5th 08 03:04 PM
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what age do babies become aware of tv? by Linda
Ok I don't mean when they are happy to lie there watching the flashing lights and hearing the sounds, I mean when is it no longer ok to cuddle them while watching a movie with violence, language etc as they might be picking up on it? I don't want to be exposing my DD to things that might...
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March 7th 06 04:14 AM
by Linda Go to last post
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Question: regaining lost milk supply? by Naomi Rivkis
My milk is going, if not already gone! I've been drinking Mother's Milk tea and nursing or pumping as much of the time as possible lately to try and stimulate more of it, but it's been slowly dwindling anyway and I don't know if it can be saved. I suspect dehydration and semistarvation as the...
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April 5th 04 02:08 PM
by Hillary Israeli Go to last post
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Planning to formula feed by Lauren
Just interested in opinions here on the point of planning to formula feed even before a baby is born (or perhaps even conceived). Unplanned pregnancies and exceptional circumstances aside, I can't help but wonder that if it is too much trouble for a parent to even plan to attempt to breastfeed (or...
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July 15th 03 07:11 PM
by Larry McMahan Go to last post
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