Extended Breastfeeding

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Extended Breastfeeding

This group is for Moms who are breastfeeding their babies past their first year or plan to. For giving advice, suggestions, and support and to get it as well.

Location: Brooklyn, NY
Members: 179
Latest Activity: Feb 21, 2013

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When did your period return?

Started by Cathy Young. Last reply by Geneva B Apr 1, 2011. 21 Replies

Introductions- We'd like to know who you are!

Started by Melissa Laine. Last reply by Andi Crater Oct 27, 2010. 39 Replies

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Comment by Karen M on June 22, 2010 at 7:13am
rest assured, its probably not! just a surprise! and a nasty one at that...

you'll know if it comes back in a month, but i would think that since you bled so long that there was a little bit still retained in there that has now come out.
Comment by Bonnie P on June 21, 2010 at 8:43pm
Okay, this is so NOT a breastfeeding related post but I'm not sure where else to pose the question. My midwife has discharged me from her care or else I'd just ask her... I had postpartum bleeding for 6 weeks and then nothing but scant almost white discharge for a week but now I'm flowing again! Would this be my period returning? Isn't 7 weeks postpartum really early to get it back? I'm exclusively breastfeeding on demand so I thought I'd have a bit more time... Any thoughts?
Comment by Meredith Paige Browning Lovell on June 19, 2010 at 10:50am
Thank you Karen! I'll check them out soon!
Comment by Karen M on June 19, 2010 at 8:28am
breakoutbras.com is also a wonderful site. I am a 36H and have had a LOT of luck. and free shipping an hassle-free exchanges are high marks in my books!
Comment by Meredith Paige Browning Lovell on June 18, 2010 at 9:10am
Jamie. Thank you SO very much!! I bought 2 bras from motherwear.com and was so disappointed. I would have had more support wearing a tight t-shirt. I will certainly check this sight out and see what I can find. I feel lucky that we have a family so supportive of breast feeding. I have friends whose parents and relatives think they are crazy for wanting to breast feed.
Comment by Jamie Crawford on June 18, 2010 at 6:03am
Hi Meredith! I've had the same problem! Made all the worse because I can find a cup size that will fit, but then the band is way to big and I don't get near enough support!!! I've found a web sight called Bravissimo.com. They're located over seas, but are for lager breasted woman! I've even found cute swimming suits that give great support(something I have never found here!!) They have wonderful customer service. I've emailed them a few times and they got back to me right away. They offer some very cute cute nursing bras. The only problem that I found is that their sizes run a little smaller. I usually wear a 34DD, but with them I had to get 34F/E. But I also have very round breasts. So that could be the issue. They don't offer underwire because it's not recommended to wear them while nursing since your breasts will fluxuate with milk volume. Took me awhile to get used to that, but now I think no wires is more comfy! I hope that helps!!! Good Luck!!! Breastfeeding is awesome and so rewarding!!!
Comment by Laura Morales on May 22, 2010 at 8:06am
Does anyone know where I can buy a universal pumping kit? I have a Medela Pump in Style and I need all the accessories (tubing, shields everything)
Comment by Eileen Colegrove on May 7, 2010 at 8:44am
I came across this today it is in Iowa, just wanted to pass it along if anyone is interested.
Mother's day NURSE-IN
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=113993311971047&ref=mf
Comment by Kathryn O'Brien on April 25, 2010 at 9:33am
Hi Rhoda!
If you are stay at home, you could choose to try to nurse more often, up your water and 2 cups of Mothers Milk Tea for a week if you are not allergic to its' contents:)
Comment by Aliki Caloyeras on April 25, 2010 at 5:28am
Hi Meredith, Congratulations on your decision to breastfeed! Regarding nursing bras, I have gotten many of mine through Amazon. You can just type in "42f nursing bra" in the search box and many selections should come up (just make sure you are searching "all departments" and not just "books"). Good luck!
 

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