I've been breastfeeding my 12 week old son ever since birth and i have never enjoyed it. It's never 'felt good' nor have i gotten that bonding experience that so many women talk...
Started by Brie on 05/15/2012 in Breastfeeding Moms
Last update on 07/12/2012 by Breanna
Honestly this just makes me angry. http://www.forbes.com/sites/stevensalzberg/2012/07/23/anti-vaccine-movement-causes-the-worst-whooping-cough-epidemic-in-70-years/ thoughts...
Started by Kelina on 07/26/2012 in Hot Topics
Last update on 07/01/2015 by Jodi
so my son is only 3 mos 1 wk.. but already my supply is dwindeling... i start working in a few weeks..luckily my son will be with me PT, but i am really worried about my milk...
Started by Becky on 07/13/2010 in Breastfeeding Moms
Last update on 02/18/2013 by Amanda
I've mentioned to friends and family members that I'd like to nurse my son through age two and they all think I'm crazy. In fact, before mentioning my intentions, they often...
Started by Nikki on 12/26/2009 in Breastfeeding Moms
Last update on 08/18/2010 by A
Started by Quincey on 03/24/2009 in Breastfeeding Moms
Last update on 04/07/2009 by Amanda
I breastfed my son for a little over a year and it was great! I never had any problems and my son is now 3 and very healthy. I knew I wanted to breastfeed my daughter as well....
Started by Amanda on 07/16/2012 in Breastfeeding Moms
Last update on 08/31/2012 by Kalpanadevi
Started by Amy on 03/25/2009 in Breastfeeding Moms
Last update on 03/27/2009 by Allison
I am 48 years old and started going through menpoause two years ago. Any advice given on dealing with it (preferably without prescription drug taking) would be appreciated.
Started by Bonnie on 01/22/2010 in Moms Over 40
Last update on 10/13/2013 by Amy
I have been breastfeeding my son since he was born. He is now 6 months old. I have introduced cereal and just a couple of other foods. He is still breastfeed each time he eats...
Started by Rachael on 12/30/2009 in Breastfeeding Moms
Last update on 12/16/2011 by Jane
Gardasil- There are over 30 types of human papillomavirus (HPV) that will affect an estimated 75%-80% of males and females in their lifetime. For most, HPV clears on its own....
Started by Shauna on 12/30/2010 in Hot Topics
Last update on 01/02/2011 by Lindsay