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Does anyone know a good book on breastfeeding? I breastfed my daughter for only 2 weeks, but with this baby I plan to breastfeed longer. So any suggestions?
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replied November 30th, 2005
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Any books persay, but I know there are a lot of helpful websites that you can go to. I found this one to be one of the most helpful.

.Kellymom


good luck to you and god bless your efforts for as long as you breastfeed
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replied November 30th, 2005
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Rent a professonial pump from the hospital and use the lactation department for everything you can get from them! It is well worth your time to get help from a pro vs. Doing it yourself.

My wife feeds our son 8 or more times a day and because she was taught how to feed correctly, she has no injuries from this. No callouses, no blisters and no pain because the people that are there to help, actually do help.

Hope this helps,
-brian
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