did anyone else have this same problem i have that i get extremely hot in the day--it is midwinter and they have steam heating radiating in my apartment. it is horrible though i get overheated wearing clothes, feeding the baby, wrestling with the baby to put on his diaper, sweeping the floor, going into any area that is heated, cooking in the kitchen stove/burners.
did anyone else have hormones lasting that long for breastfeeding???
i just recently started losing the weight, about 25# and so it might also be fat (i gained 70# during pregnancy)
i dont know what else to do except drink water until i burst.
any suggestions??? thank you!
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