Curious if anyone breastfed, but sent baby back to nursery while hospital?

Dena - posted on 12/31/2008 ( 89 moms have responded )

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I didn't breastfeed my first son but would like to try this time. I'm having a scheduled c-section on Monday. My husband will not be staying overnight in the hospital. I would like to give it a go this time, but would also like to get some sleep....not going to happen when I get home. Should I worry about nipple confusion?

Thanks,

Dena Moran

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Mercedes - posted on 01/02/2009

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You won't have to worry about nipple confusion if your nipples are the only ones your baby uses!!! Simple as that! ;) As stated before, nurse on demand and do try and keep that baby near you as much as you can!!! Thay are only newborns once and it's gone in a flash...

User - posted on 01/02/2009

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i breastfeed my son and its PERFECTLY alrite to send the baby back to the nursery...having a new baby is exhausting and you already know that once you get home its even more tiring, so i would absoltely send the baby to the nursery. The nurses at the hospital will wake you up whenever its time to try again and you would get more sleep.

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Emily - posted on 06/18/2011

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I sent my baby back to the nursery and I told the nurse, bring him to me if hes hungry. She did. But after about 2 weeks I stopped. It was awkward for me. We have him on Enfamil Premium Newborn. Hes almost 4 weeks now and is a georgeous healthy happy little boy.

Amy - posted on 01/02/2009

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hi, i sent my lil boy back to the nursery after i nursed him at the hospital. the nurse brought him to me every 2 hours to nurse, my son didnt have any problem with nipple confusion til around 4 months. but it really wasn't a big deal he eventually took the bottle. good luck!

Kelley - posted on 01/02/2009

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I sent my 2nd baby back to the nursery. She had no problem nursing. I did ask them not to give her a pacifier. Have you had a c- section before?

Heidi - posted on 01/02/2009

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Hi Dena: I have beastfed all 3 of my kids. The firs time around we kept him in our room all the time. The second time around he went back and forth. The third time around (she is now 9 weeks old) spent most of the night time in the nursery. All three of my kids have been born via c-section and I have not had an issue with breastfeeding. None of them had a bottle (I'm a SAHM), but have all had pacifiers. The nurses where very good about bringing him and her to me when they needed to eat. The third time around I got plenty of sleep. Luckily she is a great sleeper at home (she is co-sleeping right now) and only wakes up once to eat so I get plenty of rest here too. If you are going to breast/bottle feed I believe it is recommended that you breastfeed for a few weeks before introducing a bottle for that reason. Good Luck and Congratulations!!!

User - posted on 01/02/2009

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I had 2 c-sections & breastfed both my children. I had the nurse take them to the nursery and instructed them to feed them formula when they woke up. I needed to sleep and recover, and my milk hadn't come in (it took about 5 days after delivery). I was glad they were getting some nutrition rather than just the colostrum, which I just felt like was not enough. I remember when I brought my daughter home from the hospital - my milk still had not come in yet and she was screaming - I was pumping to try to stimulate more milk production and was only getting about 1 oz out - she was hungry - my husband fed her formula and she was happy. Once my milk came in, all was good. My daughter nursed til she was a little over a year, and my son is still nursing at 9-1/2 months. If by chance your baby does have nipple confusion, that's what the lactation consultants are there for.

Kristin - posted on 01/02/2009

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I also had a c-section and chose to breastfeed my daughter. the nurses just brought my daughter into my room to feed, and 95% of the time i would fall asleep while she was eating. The nurses always took her when she was done eating and brought her back into the nursery.

Mary - posted on 01/02/2009

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My first daughter was on an IV and oxygen when she was born and I wasn't allowed to breastfeed at first b/c the doctors were afraid she would choke. Her first few feedings were with a bottle, then she started breastfeeding. She had to stay in the hospital for a week and for the last few days, they didn't have room for me, so I had to go home and just bring in pumped milk and the nurses fed her throughout the night (I had the option of coming to the hospital every two hours, but like you, I wanted at least a little sleep!) Once she got home, she breastfed and continued until she was 15 months old - she wouldn't take ANYTHING out of a bottle!



Also, there were a couple of nights when I was staying in the hospital that she stayed in the nursery and the nurse would just bring her in when she got hungry - like we all wish our husbands would do! =)



One more thing about feeding, the best advice given to me was to tell the nurses NOT to wake the baby every two hours to eat (of course, use common sense with this). After the first day or so, they're pretty good about waking up to eat on their own. Everyone who has said this to me has had their child sleeping through the night by about 6 weeks... my youngest (2 weeks) eats a lot during the day - every two hours - but will wake once in about a 8-9 hour period at night. Good luck!

Terry - posted on 01/02/2009

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Be sure as soon as your little darling is born the first thing you do is have her latch on, so it becomes natural to her. While we were in the hosp, I was afraid I wasn't producing enough milk, so we supplemented with formula...There was no nipple confusion, and from time to time at home she used a bottle...never has=d any problems, however each babe is different..Best of Luck and blessing to you and your family.

Terry~

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I totally did that. You just feed the baby and send him/her back to the nursery when you are done. I got tons of sleep still and was able to spend that time with the baby. My personal opinion on nipple confusion is that it depends on your child, however, if you aren't breastfeeding at all the first couple of days I could see how that could maybe cause it and also could potentially make it difficult for your milk to come in. In the end it is up to you, but it is totally simple to just have the nurse take your baby back to the nursery after breastfeeding, plus I loved being able to get some help from the lactation specialists when I needed it during the first couple of days, so that I could feel confident when I got home.

Julie - posted on 01/02/2009

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Hi Dena,
It was 17 years ago when I had the same concerns. 3 children later...All 3 of my children had a blood incompatibility with me and needed to stay under the bili lights. I was so worried about nipple confusion with my first child it made me sick. I learned that it was not a real problem. My 2 sons spent the night in the nursery, I slept and nursed on demand. My daughter had to stay without me and they gave her a bottle...never any issue with her not nursing.

Sheena - posted on 01/02/2009

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I nursed both of my kids, with my first son I nursed him and sent him to the nursery. Just make sure that the staff knows you are nursing, and to bring the baby to you when it's time for him/her to eat. That way the baby gets used to nursing =] Good luck!

Cassandra - posted on 01/02/2009

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also dont get discouraged if he or she doesnt latch to eat my daughter didnt latch but she still got the milk ...i just pumped and fed it to her through the bottle...if u do go that route...use the playtex bottles with the liners it is the next best to the nipple

Cassandra - posted on 01/02/2009

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i breastfed my daughter after a c-section and was able to leave her in the nursery while i slept or went out for a cigarette...when the baby needs to eat they will bring him or her to you...

Denise - posted on 01/02/2009

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MAKE A BIRTH PLAN, and PUT ON IT "monitoring by the bedside" and "rooming in" on it, HAVE YOUR PEDIATRICIAN SIGN IT. Just because they say it is normal protical does not mean it's ok. It's not all about nipple confusion. It's about imprinting your smell, learning your babies signals. YOU ARE NEVER GOING TO GET SLEEP IN A HOSPITAL. They wake you up at every shift change plus some. SO IF YOU WANT SLEEP. Try a home birth and sleep with your baby. OR sleep with your baby in the hospital. GUESS WHAT THIS IS YOUR BODY YOUR BABY, AND THEY REALLY CAN NOT MAKE YOU GIVE IT TO THEM...Make the birth plan...TAKE A STAND. YOU CAN DO IT!!!!

Kathleen - posted on 01/02/2009

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As long as the baby latches on and breastfeeds well before getting a bottle there shouldn't be any problem. Most "nipple confusion" that I see (I am a postpartum nurse) is really just that breastfeeding takes more effort on the part of the baby. When nursing they suck, suck, suck and get a little bit of colostrum but with the bottle they take one suck and get a mouth full of formula. Then when you put them back to the breast they don't want to work as hard. You might think about only having the nursery nurses feed one bottle overnight. That way you get anywhere from 4-6hrs of undisturbed sleep. Even if you have them do 2 bottles that should be fine just make sure that first thing in the morning you get back to the breastfeeding and don't give up if the baby fights you at first. I hope this helps. My now 9mth old was jaundiced right after delivery so he got formula supplement after breastfeeding for about 4-5 days. We are still going strong with the breastfeeding! I hope to make it to a year!

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I breastfed my little one from birth to over a year. I had the nurse bring her in the first night, every 2 hours. They need to latch on every 2 hours. My hospital was very PRO breastfeeding so no pacifier or bottle, just breast! I believe in that, but it's everyone's own decision. Breastfeeding is a HUGE commitment, I won't lie. It is very exhausting at time, but at the same very easy. Much easier than formula and bottle making. And so much more rewarding. My baby wouldn't latch on and I had problems with milk supply the first couple of months, but I stuck with it while having the urge to quit everyday. It is so WORTH it! Talk it over with the nurses to see if they will bring the baby in every 2 hours for you. They will, any hospital who refuses that, I would seriously consider not having my baby there! But make sure they know, no bottle or pacifier. Just you. Baby needs the colostrum and that is plenty for baby until your milk comes in(on the 3rd day). Baby's stomach is only the size of the tip of your pinky finger at birth. Good luck!!

Jessie - posted on 01/02/2009

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You would be surprised by how much a new baby sleeps, as long as you sleep when your baby sleeps you should get plenty of sleep, I breastfed all three of my girls and while in the hospital I would send them to the nursery when my hubby wasn't able to stay, they just bring the baby to you when she is hungry and all of my girls used pacifiers in the hospital too(all done with it by three months old too)and I have never had any issues with nipple confusion I even pump and put milk in bottles also(although I don't usually start with that until about two weeks so they are well established on the breast)

Jennifer - posted on 01/02/2009

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Make you desires known. MOst hospitals are great at supporting breastfeeding, and some nurses really go to bat for you and get mad at those binky pushers!! Find out how your hospital supports breastfeeding.

Also newborns don't really need to eat right away. It's wonderful to bf immedietly, but their tummy's really don't need it for 12 hours to 24. He'll/ she'll wait for you!!

Erin - posted on 01/02/2009

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I sent DD to the nursery each night I was in the hospital. I asked them to bring her to me for feedings (or by 4 hours if she hadn't woken up). Tell them no pacifiers or bottles and you should have no issues :) Good luck!

Venessa - posted on 01/02/2009

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i did they just woke me when i need to feed. it's all on how you feel and you don't have to decide until you are there. you might make a decision and feel completely different when you are in the nursery. good luck.

Laura - posted on 01/02/2009

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First off, good choice wanting to breastfeed,It can be frustrating at times...not to mention a little sore, but it is sooo worth it!! Dont forget that the BOTH of you are new at it!! With both of mine, I had the nurse bring them in when they were hungry, and she would come and get them later...i had trouble with the first,and they did suppliment with formula but after talking to a lactation consultant, things went a lot smoother! I also felt a little guilty sending them back to the nursery, but i woke up with every little noise...so i wasnt getting any much neded sleep. I also knew that the nurses knew a lot more about babies than i did at the time, so i didnt woory too much! Good luck, and dont give up!! Also good luck with the C-section!

Rhonda - posted on 01/02/2009

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Congratulations! I think breastfeeding is a wonderful decision for both you and your baby. Definitely, you should send your baby to the nursery at night. The nurses will not feed your baby a bottle unless you say it is ok to do so. They will just bring you the baby when he/she is hungry so that you can nurse. The biggest thing to remember about breastfeeding for the first time, is Don't give up! It is not always natural and easy at first, but I promise after a couple of weeks, it is a breeze, and you will be so happy you choose this route. Just be sure to have a lot of positive family support about your decision to brestfed because it can be very tempting to quit at first when it is new and you are trying to learn the ropes. Just remember to have all the facts about breastbeeding so that is your baby looses weight or anything else like that you will not worry and understand that these things are to be expected. In an ideal world, the best thing to do to avoid nipple confussion is to solely breastfed for several weeks before introducing a bottle with pumped milk but don't beat yourself up if for some reason you have to do so before. Most babies who are breastfed prefer mom to a bottle anyday. I hope this is helpful to you. Congratulations and best wishes!

Katie - posted on 01/02/2009

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I don't think nipple confusion is all that common. I would make sure to put the baby to the breast Immediately after birth before they take him/her away for cleaning. This will ensure that the baby is satisfied while away from you. Also, my second son didn't really wake up much at all - he'd start squirming and grunting when he wanted to eat. I got better rest in hospital than I had in months! You may not need to send baby away - you just wont know until you meet your little one.

Kemora - posted on 01/02/2009

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you can send always have the baby brought to you for feeding and also express milk to have sent to the nursery. But either way try to relax it helps your milk come in so you can pump.

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My first baby slept next to me on the first night, then the second night a nurse suggested I get some sleep and send my baby to the nursery. I felt like I was abandoning her, but I got a great sleep and they brought her into me for a breastfeed when her four hour feed was due.

The same for my son, whilst in hospital. Though when I got home, he stripped my nipples and I couldn't feed him myself. My partner feed him expressed via the bottle milk, whilst I expressed the next feed. I had to do this for a week, whilst my skin recovered. My son went back onto the breast immediately and lucky for us there were no hassles. Though I tried to get him to take a bottle at six months, whilst Grandma took care of him and he refused the bottle. I had to go back to Mum's to feed him.

Laura - posted on 01/01/2009

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I had a c-sect and I was attempting to breast feed but I had no milk for the first 3 days so I did not breast feed in the hospital until the last day (this is common). At my hospital the had an over night program where they would take the baby for 3-4 hours to let mom and dad get some sleep. I was quite exhausted so this was much appreciated!I think that most hospitals have this now. My daughter did end up getting a bottle on the third day because I felt like she was starving and I could hear her hunger in her cry, anyhow, it was driving me crazy knowing she was hungry, she got a bottle and she did end up having nipple confusion but she got over it quick. Best wishes to you.

Cammie - posted on 01/01/2009

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I sent two out of three of my children into the nursery while in the hospital only because I knew I wouldn't get sleep once I got home. The nurses will bring the baby in to feed vs. giving them a bottle with your instruction. I didn't have a problem with any of my children and breast fed them all. By all means, get your rest!

Dube_cindy - posted on 01/01/2009

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yes. Give instructions to the nursery that you are breastfeeding and not to give bottle. Breastfeeding takes a certain committment, but it is worthwhile in the end. Your baby and you need to learn about each other, giving a bottle will just confuse. Stick with it.

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I had a scheduled c-section and breastfed. When it was time for bed, I called the nursery and they came and got her. When she was hungry they brought her back and I called them when she was finished eating. I was able to get 5 1/2 hours of sleep the final night. It was great! And as a new mom, I got a good night's sleep because I wasn't worried about her. Someone had to be awake and watching her in there... :)

Jen - posted on 01/01/2009

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I never did.. I had 1 natural, 1 Emergency C Section and 1 Planned C Section and I had my husband go with the baby if they needed to do anything outside the room. Besides I was always out of it after they took the baby out via C section and it takes at least 1-2 hours for them to stitch you back up and make sure all your vitals are good.. I just always seemed to have pushy nurses- "Oh, we'll just give him some sugar water".. No Thanks.. If they waited 9 months to come out I think it will be ok to wait a couple of hours to get the stuff God gave us to give em'... JMHO

Missy - posted on 01/01/2009

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I breastfeed my baby while in the hospital. I sent her to the nursery because she had a lot of fluid in her lungs and I was worried if I feel asleep she would choke. They would bring my baby in to me whenever she was hungry and I would breastfeed and call the nurses back in to take her back to the nursery. This allowed my baby to be safe and for me to get some sleep.

Torie - posted on 01/01/2009

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I personally would wake up and nurse whenever the nursery called me but given your situation, you could ask them to syringe feed. Babies at less then 3 days old only need about a drop or two of Colostrum. If you can use the hospital pump and pump as often as you want to and give the nurses whatever comes out, they can feed them with a syringe or catheter like tube.



I'd be more worried about your supply than nipple confusion. You need to nurse in order to get your milk supply to come in so you can nurse when you are home. You'll be setting yourself up for more problems later by not nursing sooner, IMO.



What about laying in the hospital bed on your side and letting baby sleep with you and just be at your breast, nurse, breath on it, suck on it, etc.? This would help stimulation and you'd get much needed rest as well!



Good luck to you!



-T

www.ModernMommas.com

Stacy - posted on 01/01/2009

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I would not suggest giving your baby a bottle if you are breastfeeding it could mess up you milk supply and cause nipple confusion. The more the baby drinks the colostrum the better it is for baby. Also, if the baby keeps drinking the colostrum your milk comes in and then your milk supply will get use to your baby's needs. I can't give an opinion about sending your baby to the nursery because the hospital I had my daughter at doesn't have a nursery.

User - posted on 01/01/2009

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I wouldn't worry too much. I didn't have a problem with my son. I had the same situation...a c-section w/other complications ( high BP). I needed my rest. My son did get brought back for feedings, but at times, he wanted to feed all night so the nurse suggested letting him have formula a few times here or there so I could get some sleep. He was fine going from the brest to the bottle.

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Good questions! I'm a registered nurse in a newborn nursery and I have breastfeeding moms give their babies to the nursery all the time to be "fed-in" at night for a feeding or two. I tell my c-section moms that their babies are better off having a well rested and recovering mom to take care of them those first few days than to struggle (and it is a struggle for most babies!) to breastfeed every two- three hours around the clock while recovering from major surgery! The nursery nurses are there to help-- take advantage of us while you can, because we can't come home with you!

I had a c-section with my son and I didn't send him back to the nursery... and I was sure sorry about that! The last night before I went home, I had the nursery give him one bottle of formula so I could skip a feed, and those extra few hours were AMAZING!

As long as you are nursing most feeds, there is no reason why you can't skip one or two feeds a day to get some sleep. In my clinical experience, I haven't seen/heard of any nipple confusion or milk supply problems in newborns those first few days from missing one or two feeds. We offer pacifiers to all babies anyway for painful procedures for comfort unless a mom specifically requests otherwise. Do what's right for you-- for your own sanity!

Marla - posted on 12/31/2008

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absolutely. I had c sections with both. I did have 24 hours of labor so I was very tired. I sent them back each time at first and they had a bottle but after that they brought me my baby every 2-3 hours and I nursed.

Meredith - posted on 12/31/2008

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Nipple confusion you'll have to ask the lactation consultant who works with you at the hospital... I breast fed 4 and I sent 3 to the nursery for sleep ... when the baby wakes and seems hungry they will bring him or her back to you to feed then take him or her back so you can sleep. If you are talking about them feeding him or her through the night it may make breastfeeding a little bit more challenging. All baby's are different ... but breast feeding is awesome ... cheaper more convenient and better for baby... it may be tough at first and prob a little tender for you but after 1 to 3 weeks it is awesome... hope this helps and you enjoy the closeness of breastfeeding bonding ... (not that you dont bond when you dont breast feed but its different)

Chantele - posted on 12/31/2008

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No, just be specific about what you want them to give the baby, pacifier, etc. I breastfed all three of mine and they always went to the nursery at night. I did ask them to try to hold her off as long as possible before bringing them to me in the night, usually they brought the baby in at 5 or 6 hours of having them, when they knew they just couldn't hold them off any longer. Then send the baby back if you want, they usually fell asleep on me so I just let them sleep on me in the bed with me. Hope this is good information for you, you are the boss always remember that. Don't let the nurses tell you to do something when you want to do another. They HAVE to accommodate the way that you want to do things. They will be good about it anyway since this is not your first. They usually assume you know what you want anyway.

Jennifer - posted on 12/31/2008

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Both of my babies were/are breastfed, and during my 2 night stay in the hospital I had the nurse take the baby to the nursery for one of those nights in hopes of getting some sleep between feedings. They are NOT supposed to give the baby a bottle if you are nursing (be sure to have a little note on the baby's cart that says so.) So they will come in, wheel the baby away and then bring him back when he's ready to eat. Give them a buzz when you are done, and off they go again. As many other mom's have posted, if you plan on breastfeeding, it is very important to establish your milk supply as early as possible, and your 1st "milk" (the colostrum) is very important for your baby to have. Breastfeeding can be a tricky thing to get used to, so I would not advise having the nurses give your baby a bottle in the hopes of catching up on some sleep. Who knows, you may end up with a sleeper anyway! My 1st was not, but my 2nd was. But please do not be afraid to ask a lactation consultant for help in establishing a good latch or with any other problems you may have. It took me 3 weeks to get a good routine going with my 1st because I was to afraid (modest) to ask for help - help meaning that you and the consultant are both taking turns trying to shove your nipple into your babies mouth! Good luck and I hope you get some sleep!

Laura - posted on 12/31/2008

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When I had my second little girl, I breastfed but had the nurse take her to the nursery after she'd eaten. I was SO glad to get the extra little bit of sleep. I knew that if she were in the room with me, I would spend the whole time watching her and not getting any rest! Good luck!

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Hi Dena,

I have 2 kids both c-sec. I breast fed both my kids. Both births I did choose to send the baby back to the nursery at night. They will bring in the baby when it is time to feed if you choose or they will give a bottle. The first night with both births the babies slept so much they didnt bring them in at all. I actually woke up and was scared because I didnt feed them through the night. Obviously they were fine, lol. The nurses and myself did give them bottles in the hospital due to the difficulty of learning how to breastfeed. They also did bring in a pump for me to try with my first as well. I would never regret having them in the nursery at night! I understand not all babies are the same but both of mine had no problems with nipple confusion. I was fortunate enough both times to still be in the hosp when my milk came in so that was alot of help! They want to feed constantly when that happens and little sleep is aquired at those times. Good Luck and remember to have patience and not give up! Breastfeeding is not exactly easy for everyone and does take time, practice and patience. The benefits definately outweigh the negatives!

Shannon - posted on 12/31/2008

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I hate to say this . . . but the nurses told me that even when the parent requests no bottle or pacifier - they still gave it because it is a babies natural instinct to want to suck on something. The parent never knows. I had four kids as well (one set of twins) I tried nursing - very stressful, so I decided to strictly pump and feed. This was our solution - some parents/babies do great, some not so well. I feel that you work it out as you go as to what is best for you and the baby, this probably didnt help - I am sorry.

Crystal - posted on 12/31/2008

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no I did i sent him back to the nursery because i was in the same place you are

Nicole - posted on 12/31/2008

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I did this. I was adamant that I nursed, and that my son didn't get any bottles. When he cried, they brought him back in to me to nurse. They were very nice about waking me. If he went more than 4 hours, the would bring him in to nurse. The nurses were fantastic. It was very clear on his chart that he was a breastfed baby. He was with me in the room during the day, but at night, I sent him back in to the nursery. Don't feel bad about doing this. You will be on your own without any nurse help when you get home! Rest and recouperate while you can!

User - posted on 12/31/2008

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No - shouldn't be a problem. Just tell the nurses that he's to get nothing except the breast...no pacifier, no sugar water, no formula...nothing. He's to be brought to you when he's awake and ready to nurse, or at regular intervals. They ought to respect that.

Carolyn - posted on 12/31/2008

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Just make sure you communicate your wishes with the hospital staff.

I had an emergency c-section with my little one. The first 12 hours I couldn't get out of bed (because of the spinal) so I wouldn't have been able to get her from her bed when she woke up in the night for feedings. The nurses were really helpful and supportive. They took her to the nursery for the night and brought her back when she was ready for feedings. I called them when I was done and they took her back to the nursery.

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I nursed 3 of my 4 children (not my first, like you - but then I gave it a go on the 2nd and it went great). I sent my 3rd and 4th to the nursery while nursing in the hospital and it works out fine. The nurses just keep bringing them back to eat, so don't plan on a lot of sleep either way. I also had the nurses start a nuk while in the hospital and we had no nipple confusion. I wouldn't have them bottle feed though - that may confuse the new baby a bit because bottles just flow faster and they don't have to work as hard. Good luck with whatever you do!

Paulette - posted on 12/31/2008

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In the hospital they should have a lactation consultant to help you get adjusted to nursing...learning the latch on and position that is most comfortable too. There is a pillow that made my back and neck feel great even with the c-section...www.mybrestfriend.com is where you can find out about it. If you have a Babies R Us near you they have it too. www.babiesrus.com A book I would recommend too is called...The Nursing Mother's Companion by Kathleen Huggins, R.N.,MS. You can find it at the websites...www.babiesrus.com and amazon.com. I hope this helps and congradulations on your new little one.

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