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Breatfeeding

Postby Sarah Gosling » Wed 23 Feb, 2011 11:24 am

Hi,
I have a 3.5 week old baby and I am breast feeding. My baby is graoning a lot whilst he is sleeping and he appears to be very uncomfortable. His poos are still very runny and somtimes he is only pooing the amount of my small finger nail. I am concerned he is constipated.
Could you please advise, or supply a link to what I should and shouldnt be eating.
Many Thanks
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Re: Breatfeeding

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