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I have been pumping to get a decent stash for when I go back to work (in two days <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/img/vbsmilies/smilies/gloomy.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Gloomy">: ). Now, we just figured out that ds is very sensitive to caffeine, thus I have eliminated it. Can he have the milk I pumped prior to cutting out the caffeine? Is it still in my frozen milk?<br><br>
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Yes, there is probably some in your frozen milk. You could just give limited amounts of it in a day, or wait a few weeks until he isn't so sensitive?<br><br>
Thankfully my boys aren't sensitive until I drink over 4 cups in a day (don't ask me how I know this!!)
 

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My DD is caffeine sensitive and I too WOH FT, so she occassionally gets frozen milk that might have traces of caffeine in it. That really hasn't seemed to bother her. Cutting out caffeine wasn't that hard on me, I did it for most of my PG because my previously once-daily Diet Coke just didn't taste good while PG. It's the chocolate I can't stand to eliminate! She seems to be much easier about that little bit of caffiene as she gets a bit older (She's 7 months now, I cut out soda and chocolate entirely around 2 months, gradually adding in a little chocolate).<br><br>
Wanted to let you know that dreading going back to work was much harder on me than actually going to work. Be prepared: you'll be crazy exhausted the first couple weeks while you adjust to the new routine. I wasn't prepared for how tired I'd be!
 
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