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... I think I've heard other suggest to feed her when she is not so hungry. If she normally eats every 3 hours, offer the breast after 2 and a half hours, or even more frequently. That way she won't be so frantic to eat and maybe she won't get so impatient. ... (3 replies)
... If you're breastfeeding hold off on the bottle until you meet with a lactation consultant. ... (7 replies)
... I tried breastfeeding my infant, but he wouldn't suck correctly. I went to 3 Lactation consultants, but things didn't work out. After breastfeeding for a month, she wasn't putting on the proper amount of weight so I put her on the bottle with pumped breast milk. She started gaining weight and is thriving. ... (6 replies)

... give her the bottle before I did. ... (8 replies)
... I'm not looking forward to it but i'm sure i'll feel a lot better after it's out. I've started trying to giveTroy a bottle once a day so he gets used to it again because my mom and dad will be taking him while i'm at the hospital for the day... ... (466 replies)
My milk is gone...
Feb 21, 2007
... ot in 5 months which is great. Most of the immunities and things that are passed on to the baby are in the colostrum during the first few weeks of breastfeeding. After that your body is basically making milk. So don't feel bad you got the best and most important part in your baby already. ... (18 replies)
... I'm not saying you're doing anything wrong because I really don't know myself. I just follow the instructions of our Ped. DD is 7.5 months old, and this is what we're doing at least until we go back to the Ped at 9 months: Ped told me I should be giving both fruit and a veggie at every solid meal to make sure overall nutrients are present at each meal. He also told me I... (4 replies)
... It sounds like you're definitely making progress. Just stick with it, you'll get there. Best of luck! :-D I hope the Breastflow works for you. The Dr. Brown's are good for reducing air intake but aren't really designed to mimic the breast. (8 replies)
... like breastfeeding. We are just continuing to try everyday and refuse to give up. Before he would scream and close his mouth, but today he is letting us put the bottle in his mouth. He is not sucking yet but I still think it is progress. We made a joint decision that he gets no breast all weekend. ... (8 replies)
... There are different things to look for with a food allergy. Hives are a big one. They can appear where the allergen touches the skin, or they can appear after the food has been ingested. Also diarreah or vomiting and irritability are big ones. ... (6 replies)
... Since your Dr. isn't diagnosing anything yet (and maybe he/she knows best about the reflux thing at such a young age) I can give you some tips to deal with the reflux. My little girl had it and ended up on baby zantac, but we first tried these: Feed more upright, not lying down Burp a lot, but lightly too so he/she doesn't lose all the milk Sleep propped up a bit to keep... (11 replies)
... Or do you weigh him on a baby scale before and after a feeding? ... (3 replies)
... I remember the early breastfeeding days. Breastfeeding does hurt in the beginning as you're getting used to it. I was tired of hearing people say "it's not supposed to hurt...you're doing something wrong". ... (6 replies)
Late Breast Milk
Jun 14, 2006
... a medical condition that prohibits a woman from producing an adequate milk supply. The reason that supply issues become a problem is almost always due to breast feeding mismanagement. I know this because I am going through something similar myself. ... (7 replies)
... baby are comfortable and good at breastfeeding, then it's time to introduce a bottle. Our pediatrician recommended we start introducing a bottle at 2 weeks old. I wasn't comfortable with that...I waited until 3 weeks. That worked out nice. Glad I didn't wait until 4 weeks. ... (9 replies)
... birth with NO drugs, I would attribute your breastfeeding problems to your labor and deliveries. ... (14 replies)
... Well, I tried the bottle before bed with a bit of cereal in it, but as usual Kaden refuses to drink from anything except his Mommy! ... (466 replies)
... Kaden seems to do the same thing sometimes with breastfeeding, but I'm beginning to wonder if the milk just lets down faster and he gets his feeding quicker, or what? ... (466 replies)
... t through her gums. Her teeth do bother her at night, and I give her orajel to numb the pain, and sometimes tylenol to help it stay away for a while. I am also breastfeeding my daughter, and she does not sleep through the night at all. There have been times when she has, but those times are rare. ... (10 replies)
... able to nurse but pumped at the start due to mixed messages in the hospital and then pumped again when I was heading out or after I came home and had missed a feed. ... (5 replies)




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