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Most recent 18 results returned for keyword: time breastfeeding (Search this on MAP)

https://plus.google.com/107227954128767207491 Sally Yu : All About Breastfeeding Workshop + Giveaway As soon as you become pregnant, breastfeeding will be one...
All About Breastfeeding Workshop + Giveaway
As soon as you become pregnant, breastfeeding will be one of the regular discussions that you will be bringing up with your family, doctors and even on casual conversations with your mommy friends. Why? Because during our parents' time, breastfeeding was no...
All About Breastfeeding Workshop + Giveaway
As soon as you become pregnant, breastfeeding will be one of the regular discussions that you will be bringing up with your family, doctors and even on casual conversations with your mommy friends. Why? Because during our par...
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https://plus.google.com/113799445250894054955 Aubrey Schrader : Yep. Using my "free time" breastfeeding effectively... I wish textbooks were smaller and less pointy...
Yep. Using my "free time" breastfeeding effectively... I wish textbooks were smaller and less pointy cornered. I could get so much done!
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https://plus.google.com/102798890088090871922 Second Opinion : Is there really an advantage to breastfeeding? What do you think? #BCBS
Is there really an advantage to breastfeeding? What do you think? #BCBS
Breast-feeding benefits overstated?
A study out that questions the stated benefits of breast-feeding is sure to reignite the debate over whether breast is best.
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https://plus.google.com/112903415546943015925 Killer Pickles : Obesity rates have dropped dramatically for U.S. children age 2-5 in the last 10 years: http://www.nytimes.com...
Obesity rates have dropped dramatically for U.S. children age 2-5 in the last 10 years: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/26/health/obesity-rate-for-young-children-plummets-43-in-a-decade.html?_r=0 During that time breastfeeding rates made a big improvement: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/cdc-breast-feeding-rates-rise-to-77-percent-of-us-moms/ Coincidence? I think not. #breastisbest  
Obesity Rate for Young Children Plummets 43% in a Decade
The data, reported in a major federal health survey, offered the first clear evidence that America’s children have turned a corner in the obesity epidemic, and came as a surprise to researchers.
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https://plus.google.com/111443351743925796323 Rosey A : Everyone seemed to have such an easy time breastfeeding... why was it so difficult for me?
Everyone seemed to have such an easy time breastfeeding... why was it so difficult for me?
The Horrors of Breastfeeding - MamaMusing Online
I always thought that breast feeding was going to be the easiest thing ever. It’s natural. It’s been done by millions of women before me. It’s what we’re made to do, right? Not for me. Breast feeding with all three of my children never made it past half a year. With each child I breast …
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https://plus.google.com/104103337905176010194 Jessie Jo At Home : 7 Tips To Help Wean Your Baby From Nursing The time has come. We are in the 'weaning' process with Erin...
7 Tips To Help Wean Your Baby From Nursing
The time has come. We are in the 'weaning' process with Erin. It makes me sad, but it's time. Breastfeeding has been such a special thing for me. Besides the nourishment and health benefits, I really feel like it's a close bond between mom and baby. So when...
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https://plus.google.com/105915869896309433153 Lamaze Intimates : Great tips for keeping baby awake during feeding time! #breastfeeding
Great tips for keeping baby awake during feeding time! #breastfeeding
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https://plus.google.com/115863593012049344420 MARK FRANCIE : Pope Francis: Let Moms Breastfeed in Church Before the Mommy Wars and weaning debates and the  controversial...
Pope Francis: Let Moms Breastfeed in Church
Before the Mommy Wars and weaning debates and the  controversial  Time breastfeeding cover , there was the Madonna and Child—Jesus, as a baby, nursing at his mother's breast. Despite the  popular depictions of a breastfeeding Jesus  throughout history, toda...
Pope Francis: Let Moms Breastfeed in Church
Before the Mommy Wars and weaning debates and the controversial Timebreastfeeding cover, there was the Madonna and Child—Jesus, as a baby, nursing at his mother's breast. Despite the popular depictions of a breastfeedin...
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https://plus.google.com/100912268489971750526 Adanelly Quezada : I had my baby girl on 12/29 and breastfeeding has been such a challenge for me. I wish it just came ...
I had my baby girl on 12/29 and breastfeeding has been such a challenge for me. I wish it just came natural for me. 3.5 weeks in and I'm still struggling. I've read articles, watched videos, called the lactation hotline, got seeing by a lactation specialist and an RN, but I'm still struggling. Anyone else have a hard time breastfeeding?
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https://plus.google.com/116844563726082544607 The Breast Room : Trying to find ways of weaning your toddler from night time breastfeeding?  Some ideas here: http:/...
Trying to find ways of weaning your toddler from night time breastfeeding?  Some ideas here:

http://themilkmeg.com/the-night-boob-how-to-gently-night-wean-your-toddler-from-breastfeeding-and-bed-sharing/
The Night Boob! How To Gently Night Wean Your Toddler From Breastfeeding And Bed-Sharing
Many of us breastfeeding mums go through the same stages of night time boobing... 1. We have our ...
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https://plus.google.com/106464243587317591144 lauren saunders : Not sure how this whole thing works yet, but I'm working on it. Basically, I wanted to make this blog...
Not sure how this whole thing works yet, but I'm working on it.

Basically, I wanted to make this blog so I had a place to express my excitement, joy, fears, and anxieties about being a new mom. Already less than 3 weeks in, it's been an emotional roller coaster, and I'd like to be able to vent someplace other than Facebook where not everyone could possibly understand.

Let me start by giving a little background info. I had a pretty difficult time getting pregnant. I previously had a miscarriage, so in my head I was thinking it wasn't possible for me to have a baby, when it's all I ever wanted. So I think the combination of stress and me not being the healthiest person at the time made it extra difficult. Finally, after about a year of trying, I did get pregnant. I was extremely excited, but also terrified thinking something was going to happen again. Every week that went by though I felt better and better.

When I went into labor I was absolutely terrified and anxious. I was so excited that it was happening, but had no idea what to expect. I feared absolutely everything, from getting the stupid IV, to how badly my poor vagay would tear and would I feel everything?

My labor was 26 hours long and I pushed for 4 hours. Eventually I needed the help of forceps to get her out because she was so big. She came out at 1:48pm on Friday the 13th of dec. 2013. She was 9lbs 1oz and 22.5 inches long. I cried the entire time out of fear, pain, and happiness. I couldn't believe she was finally here and I had this little baby that was in my belly for 9 months now outside and laying on my chest. It was incredible.

In the hospital I was having mixed emotions. Obviously I was extremely happy, but as a first time mom I kept dreading the idea of going home without the help of any nurses. I was in so much pain and was having a difficult time getting the hang of breastfeeding. I couldn't imagine being home and having to do everything ourselves. Not to mention I was TERRIFIED of something horrible happening like her choking once we were home. But we made it.

Jake, my husband, was and is still extremely helpful. Once we got home I was still having a hard time breastfeeding and was really stressed out thinking about jake going back to work and how I would do everything on my own once he was gone. With some practice we got it down a little better but I'll admit, I spent a lot of time crying and getting so overwhelmed that I almost gave up. It's so hard to have so much responsibility and no energy to do it all. I miss my sleep so much but I'm so grateful to have my baby here. I knew it wouldn't be easy but I didn't realize how hard it would be with such extreme sleep deprivation.

On top of all that, we've been having a lot of issues with large amounts of spit up/vomit and gas. It's hard because I dont know what else we can do to help and I don't want her to feel so uncomfortable. She cried so much whenever she's awake and I just want her to be comfortable and happy. I know she's a baby and babies cry but I find myself really overwhelmed when she cried and I don't know what she wants, and nothing we do will calm her.

As difficult as it has been, it's a whole new baby world for us, and we couldn't be happier to have her here. It's just a difficult transition with its ups and downs. Were blessed to have such a beautiful daughter and I can't wait to see how she grows and what her personality is like. I just hope I can be a good mom and get it together. I at least know that we must be doing something right, because she's steadily gaining weight and growing right. She broke her collar bone coming out and that seems to be healing and bothering her a lot less. (poor baby) so we just have to keep going and try to sleep when we can and for me, I need to try to stop worrying so much! I have a perfect baby and everything will be fine!
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https://plus.google.com/106976231131620726757 Rhianna SG : Dear Me (The soon to be second time breastfeeding mum who thinks she has it all sorted)... So you think...
Dear Me (The soon to be second time breastfeeding mum who thinks she has it all sorted)...
So you think you have this all worked out do you?  This being a mum and breastfeeding and what not, is walk in the park is it?  Don't understand why some people go on about it being hard work and hurting? Living with a warm and fuzzy memory of being a breas...
Dear Me (The soon to be second time breastfeeding mum who thinks she has it all sorted)...

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https://plus.google.com/103409700606568226511 Don't Mess with Mama : Would you ever consider making your own baby formula? This looks fascinating from @cheeseslave  -> ...
Would you ever consider making your own baby formula? This looks fascinating from @cheeseslave  -> http://ow.ly/qEzSm
How to Make Homemade Baby Formula
Why would you want to make homemade baby formula? Breast milk is the best thing for babies, but some of us have not had an easy time breastfeeding.
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https://plus.google.com/100709297373154090375 Amber Robinson : Increase Your BreastMilk Supply & Get Arthritis & Joint Swelling Relief with this Miracle plant Malunggay...
Increase Your BreastMilk Supply & Get Arthritis & Joint Swelling Relief with this Miracle plant Malunggay!!!
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My awesome lactation consultant, Josephine (Josie) Tullo with (www.nvlcbaby.com) raved about this product and I see why!...
I bought this product based on her recommendation and I am glad that I did after I did my own thorough research on it!.. READ BELOW!...

Generations of Asian mothers have turned to one natural source when they needed to increase their breast milk production: Malunggay. The leaves of the Malunggay tree (moringa oleifera) are nature's own galactagogues — nature’s way of helping you increase the amount of breast milk you produce.

Go-Lacta® is a plant-based supplement that has scientifically shown to increase mom’s breast milk supply. Download the study: (http://www.golacta.com/reports/Estrella-Mantaring%20Study.pdf) and see for yourself: Mothers who ate Malunggay produced 228% more milk than mothers who didn’t.

📌Side Note: Malunggay is also widely used by men and women for arthritis pain and joint swelling and many claim to see amazing results after only a few days.

Go-Lacta® is 100% vegan using premium Malunggay leaves and 100% vegetarian capsules. Produced in an ISO-certified facility, Go-Lacta® ensures a high-quality and safe premium product for mom and baby.

Give your baby more of the perfect food — your own breast milk. Make sure you produce enough with Go-Lacta®!

Price: $19.95 for one bottle of 60 capsules or $35.95 for one bottle of 120 capsules plus shipping.

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📌(F)requently (A)sked (Q)uestion(S):

1. What is Go-Lacta®?
Go-Lacta® is an all natural plant-based galactagogue, increases mom’s milk supply. It is truly nature’s gift to breastfeeding mothers which is why it is called Mother’s best friend.

2. What makes Go-Lacta® different from other products? Go-Lacta® focuses on mom and baby. It is 100% vegan. It is a plant-based supplement. It does not go through any extraction or artificial process. It is purely natural. Its leaves come from a premium variety of the Malunggay tree where its soil and climate have shown to be rich in nutrients for mom and babies.

3. Is Go-Lacta safe for me and my baby? In 1997-98, Alternative Action for African Development (AGADA) and Church World Service found Moringa leaf powder to prevent malnutrition in pregnant or breastfeeding women and their children in southwestern Senegal. This test found the following effects to be common among subjects taking Moringa leaf powder:
Children maintained or increased their weight and improved overall health.
Pregnant women recovered from anemia and had babies with higher birth weights.
Breastfeeding women increased their production of milk.
(source from http://www.treesforlife.org/our-work/our-initiatives/moringa)

4. Are there any side effects? Moringa leaves have not been found to be toxic. Very extensive health and safety studies conducted at the Noguchi Memorial Medical Research Centre in Ghana determined that Moringa leaf powder has no toxic elements. Absolutely no adverse side effects from even the most concentrated Moringa diet were observed.
(source from http://www.treesforlife.org/our-work/our-initiatives/moringa)

5. I had a hard time breastfeeding my first baby, when should I take Go-Lacta? Studies have shown taking Go-Lacta on the 35th week of your pregnancy shows an earlier onset of milk production and greater amounts of milk production right after the delivery of your baby.

6. How many capsules should I take before giving birth?
It is recommended to take 2 capsules of Go-Lacta® 3 times a day 10 days before the expected date of delivery.

7. Can I take Go-Lacta® after I give birth? Yes! You can take Go-Lacta® weeks or months after you’ve given birth as long as you are breastfeeding. It is a natural galactagogue so you will notice an increase in your breast milk supply.

8. How many capsules should I take after giving birth?
It is recommended to take 1 to 3 capsules 2 to 3 times daily after delivery. Dose may be adjusted depending on lactation requirements.

9. How long should I take Go-Lacta®?
You can take Go-Lacta® as long as you are breastfeeding for continued breast milk supply. Some have taken Go-Lacta® even after they’ve stopped breastfeeding because of the many nutritional benefits of the Malunggay leaves.

10. What happens if I make too much milk?
 If you find yourself becoming painfully engorged, reduce the number of capsules until your supply balances with your baby's needs.

11. Would I still produce breast milk once I stop breastfeeding and continue taking Go-Lacta®? 
No. Once you wean your baby and stopped breastfeeding, your body will know not to produce milk. However, you may continue taking Go-Lacta® and still get the nutritional benefits.

12. How will Go-Lacta® affect me and my baby?
 Go-Lacta® Premium Malunggay is 100% natural. You and your baby will get the nutritional benefits from dried Malunggay powdered leaves. It is high in Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Calcium, Potassium, Iron and Protein.

13. How long does it take to see a difference in my milk supply?

It varies by individual. For some moms it takes about a day or two, for some it takes 2 weeks.

14. I've breastfed my baby for 3+ months and had really good supply but since I returned to work my milk production went down dramatically and I wonder if your product can still give me a boost to increase my supply?

***See the next reply.

15. I have taken other supplements with no results like lactiful, fenugreek,
blessed thistle, and some chinese ayurvedic herbs. How your product
compares to other products and what percentage of women taking your supplement actually see an increase in their milk production?

Effectiveness of supplements vary from person to person and no one can really guarantee if a certain supplement will work.

However, we have a lot of moms that take Go-Lacta® and have been happy with the results. They used to take fenugreek or prescriptions like domperidone and have completely switched to Go-Lact®a. We know it works for them because they give us their feedback and get return orders from the same women. We've been offering Go-Lacta® since 2007 and there are moms that come back having their 2nd or 3rd baby.

16. I just started taking GoLacta but just read that some galactagogues from Asia have been found to be high in heavy metals. Do you test your product for heavy metals?

Yes, definitely. Our product goes through a very strict production and testing process. We are very careful and watch every step of the process from planting, harvesting, etc. and we do a number of laboratory tests, including toxicity, salmonella, e.coli, etc. and more.

17. Is Go-Lacta® tax-deductible?

Yes, announcement 2011-14 says that breast pumps and supplies that assist lactation may be deducted as medical expenses. Here is the announcement:

The Internal Revenue Service has concluded that breast pumps and supplies that assist lactation are medical care under § 213(d) of the Internal Revenue Code because, like obstetric care, they are for the purpose of affecting a structure or function of the body of the lactating woman. Therefore, if the remaining requirements of § 213(a) are met (for example, the taxpayer’s total medical expenses exceed 7.5 percent of adjusted gross income), expenses paid for breast pumps and supplies that assist lactation are deductible medical expenses. Amounts reimbursed for these expenses under flexible spending arrangements, Archer medical savings accounts, health reimbursement arrangements, or health savings accounts are not income to the taxpayer.

📌18. I'd like to sell Go-Lacta®. How do I become a wholesaler?
For wholelsale orders, please call us or email wholesale@golacta.com.

📌19. I have more questions. How do I ask someone about them? To ask a question, just email us at: momsupport@golacta.com! We should get back to you by the next day.
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https://plus.google.com/103617615773389762763 Jill Boyes :

Will breastfeeding be easier second time around? — More Than Mummies
Article by Marianne Valiente, founder of Feed Me Mummy. www.feedmemummy.co.uk. If like me, you had a terrible time breastfeeding your first baby, a few things questions on your mind when thinking about a second baby will probably be; will it be the same second time round? Will I have the same problems? Do I even bother trying again? I always wanted to breastfeed when I had a baby and thought it would be easy. I’d read it might hurt a bit for th...
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https://plus.google.com/103062033371109668386 BabycardsNow.co.uk : Are you having a hard time breastfeeding your little one? Here are some answers to common questions:...
Are you having a hard time breastfeeding your little one? Here are some answers to common questions: - http://ow.ly/ocsin
Breastfeeding problems - Netmums
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https://plus.google.com/104958961547397690665 Farhan aziz lubis :

8 Tips For a Healthy Baby, The Most Recommended | 45 health tips
Exclusive breastfeeding also provide opportunities for women to develop bonding / mother-child closeness. This closeness is established because every time breastfeeding mothers by direct contact while clutching her baby and let her tits nipples sucked child. Mother's warm embrace will make the ...
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