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  • Re: Breastfeeding Problems! Help!

    I was feeding her basically on demand from birth to two months of age. She was extremely finicky with eating still so I decided to try and schedual her feedings. So I now feed her on a 2 to 3 hour feeding schedual. You have said some things that have lifted a little bit of a burden I have had. I have this feeling of awful dread because I ...
    Posted to Breastfeeding (Forum) by mainah on 04-29-2009
  • Breastfeeding Problems! Help!

    Daughter is almost 4 months old. Her brother is 2 years old. He fed on breastmilk aggressively, loved feeding times and couldn't get enough. My daughter was finicky since birth. She has grown beautifully and seems to be in wonderful health. The issue now is when our schedualed feedings come around (7am, 10am, 1pm, every two or three hours) she ...
    Posted to Breastfeeding (Forum) by mainah on 04-29-2009
  • Antibodies in Breast Milk

    I've read quite a bit about women making antibodies against envoirnmental viruses, infections etc...This transfers through her milk and defends her baby against these things. My daughter is 4 months old now. My two year old son is on his second cold virus since her birth. The first cold was when she was around 2 months old. I didn't have ...
    Posted to Breastfeeding (Forum) by mainah on 04-22-2009
  • Re: Herbs while breastfeeding

    Wow, this is really helpful. Thanks a bunch!
    Posted to Breastfeeding (Forum) by mainah on 03-11-2009
  • Herbs while breastfeeding

     I'm curious...new baby of two months has got ehr first cold from her brother...I am starting to get it as well and I usually take echinacea and goldenseal in tincture form. I'm wondering if this is okay to do just for a few days to help her and my cold?
    Posted to Breastfeeding (Forum) by mainah on 03-11-2009
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