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That all sounds very hard. Can your MIL take both DD and DS for a day so that you can get a long nap?
I'm aware of the FDA warning as well as a statement by Dr. Thomas Hale, who is the foremost researcher on breastmilk and pharmaceuticals in the US: http://neonatal.ama.ttuhsc.edu/lact/...mperidone.html I've decided to continue to take it. I feel it is safer than the other choices, like giving my son formula, and unfortunately supplements like fenugreek and blessed thistle did not help my supply.
I posted to the Trading Post already, but no replies...if anyone has any domperidone they don't need I could sure use some...thanks.
I have converted a couple expectant mamas to cloth by showing them my son's kissaluvs and fuzzi bunz. It's been really fun. I love showing off the diapers and talking about it with mamas who would otherwise never have known such things existed. I was telling my husband how fun it is to educate people about cloth and proposed that maybe I could plan and advertise info sessions on it. Either have people come to our house, or reserve a room at the library or something. I...
Thanks for all the advice, everyone. I will pass on the info about diabetes insipidus. My father is diabetic as it happens. It's true that Nick seems to me like he drinks a lot of fluids. It's interesting that the treatment seems to be that same medication that is sometimes prescribed for bedwetting (DDAVP).
Quote: Originally Posted by tricia80 im jus stating that in response to someone posting she didnt believe it happened or what not... dont wanna scroll up so thats obviously not a direct quote.. that it does happen.. Hey tricia, what I actually said was that no rational person who had experienced an abortion would think that having routine abortions was somehow "easier" than using birth control. I am aware that there are women who have had...
Quote: Originally Posted by phathui5 Why do people think that pro-lifers think that it's an easy choice? I'm pro-life and I don't think that it's an easy choice for most women. I think it's a bad choice. I think because some people say things like, "Abortion might be okay in cases of rape or incest, but not as birth control." That statement implies that there are "good" women who get pregnant through no fault of their own and should therefore...
Oh gosh Red, I don't feel that way at all, and I'm sorry it came across that way. I'm not sure how much to say about my sister in general, other than I think she has done the best she could in general as a single parent, and unfortunately that best is not enough to be what Nick needs. Currently Nick is not in her custody but I don't want to go into a lot of detail about that. In my last post when I said I would want to be more aggressive with treatment, I did not mean...
Sorry the thread is scaring you, mom at home. I don't know what the statistics are on the age when kids typically grow out of it. I do recall reading somewhere that 2% of adult males wet the bed. From my own experience with my family members, if my son were wetting past age 5 or so I don't think I would be comfortable with trying to wait for him to grow out of it. I feel like I would want to be pretty aggressive with trying different therapies and seeing a specialist early...
If you join the kissaluvs yahoo group you get members-only announcements of seconds on sale at an even lower price than their usual seconds.
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