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One thing we found really helpful were postnatal NCT breastfeeding sessions. Firstly, just having someone look at you and say "you're doing fine" or telling you what's actually wrong and how to fix it makes a huge amount of difference. There's also a ton of helpful information on here, including a helpline (UK specific). Also, 2 month old babies are ...


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While I agree with Ida that there's nothing wrong in supplementing with formula, don't be too quick to assume that you have to. Exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months is possible for most women but believing that you don't have enough milk is a very common worry that leads a lot of women to use formula even though they would prefer not to. Not ...


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it is possible to exclusively breastfeed, and many people do it. However, many people are not able to either. You might not produce enough milk, or there might be other issues. Our second child was exclusively breastfed until 7-8 months, but as I went back to work I could not pump enough milk to keep up. I just don't produce a lot when pumping. Our ...


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Assuming that your doctor hasn't instructed otherwise: As long as she isn't throwing up immediately, every time she takes even a few sips, yes, continue breastfeeding. It will likely be helpful to feed smaller amounts more often until she is feeling better. And as always, if worried, call your doctor for advice. Having actually examined your daughter, ...



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