I detest FluMist
DITTO!!! my dh gets FluMist every year since he is in the military, and EVERY YEAR, within just a few days of him receiving it, I GET THE FLU! i told him next year, im quarantining him for a week!
i know my hair is damaged...i color it religiously (i know...bad bad me ). i am about to have it cut and was thinking about starting after that. i am super greasy at the roots and dry as a bone at the ends. i see that some of you use conditioner with bs the rince with acv....would that be good to start with to help with the dryness? also...and im pretty sure i know the answer, but do any of you still color your hair? and does going no-poo strip the color out?
wow this is the first time ive ever heard of going shampoo-free...it sounds awesome. i would love to try it but my concern is that my hair tangles severely. im naturally seriously greasy with long fine straight hair but it tangles to bad it almot makes me cry. would going poo-free help that or make it worse? what do you recommend for this problem?
managed to get this seriously off topic but hey...its my post!
bf didnt work out for us sad to say. after cayden was born, he was immediately fed glucose water to bring his blood sugar up and then given a bottle of formula...all before i ever even saw him, so once i finally did get to see him, he didnt want to eat anything. after that, he even acted repulsed by my boob, which was heartbreaking for me. after 2.5 days in the hospital, the LC came to visit me because a...
both my doc and the pharmacist told me to pump and dump. wish i would have known better cause it severely hindered our nursing relationship. our local LC's also arent worth much either cause they were no help at all to me.
im soooooooooo looking forward to doing things differently next time.
now...the sooner i can get my dh back on the baby bandwagon, the sooner my next time will be...:
i find it so amazing how many people wind up with infections. NEVER did the thought even cross my mind before i had ds that an infection could be an issue.
my wound care nurses kept asking me when i was going to start taking care of the incision on my own and id look at them like they were from jupiter...i would have needed 11 hands to hold up all the new momma belly flap that i had... then a few more hands to do the job. with my mom having the infection at the same...
thankfully my infection was just on the outside. YAY on those of you who have already had a successful VBAC after infection. that makes me feel so much more hopeful about it all.
BrklynMama: i did a 10 day course of Bactrim and topical Bactroban ointment. bathed daily in hibicleanse only instead of regular soap, and spent 10 weeks going to a wound care center at the hospital having it unpacked, cleaned measured and then smeared with ointment and repacked with silver...
i was just reading thru the threads here and noticed it mentioned in one of them that an infection in the csection incision can cause a weak scar and mean a not-so-good chance of a successful VBAC next time around. that seriously concerns me. is that a uterine infection or just the outside incision in general. would an outside infection also affect the uterine scar? i had MRSA - pretty nasty staph infection from my csection but it (as far as i know) remained on the outside...