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Not true, but breast-feeding is definiely helpful after a delivery, not only for the baby (of course), and it does help your uterus. Your uterus will...
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As you know, I can't see this rash over the Internet, but newborns can get several types of skin eruptions.....atopic dermatitis (eczema), milia...
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There is very little fiber in breast milk, so it is not uncommon for a breast fed baby to defecate several times a day (even as you feed them) or as...
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It is possible to pass HPV to a newborn, but not through breast milk. Active, untreated HPV can be passed to a baby during a vaginal birth. While...
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Try working in a few feedings with rice cereal mixed with breast milk. 
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Yes, this is normal. Breastfeeding does not guarantee that you will not start your menses, nor can you count on breastfeeding as an effective...
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Your question is a bit vague.  First, it depends on the TYPE of ear infection (there are many different kinds). If the breast-feeding...
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Sorry you're going through this, but you may be encouraged to learn you're not alone. And would you believe the most likely culprit for your...
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Not always...But than again you will definitely want to check with your OBGYN. Because I know that when I was going to breastfeed, they told me that...
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Injection of WHAT? Rabies vaccine? Antibiotic? I don't have enough information to address your question, so I suggest that you call your doctor...
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No. I would not recommended it since formula would be a safer alternative for the baby and reduce the risk of transferring a bacterial pathogen from...
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someone please answer me?? 
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No. Keflex will not interfere with lactation.
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Hi As they say, for all baby's, BREAST IS BEST, start there and work downwards just by googling each one.Loads of info if you go looking for it...
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A p-test can turn up negative if you are prego but will never come up positive if you are not prego. So you very well may be prego but your body...
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