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Breastfeeding tip : Recognising a growth spurt

* You feel as though you haven't got enough
* Baby getting upset at the breast (though can be a sign of other common problems)
* Baby is breastfeeding often or almost nonstop (feel like baby is always wanting to feed)
* A baby who was previously sleeping through the night is now waking to breast feed several times
* Baby will latch and unlatch, fussing in between

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Post by GemGibb on Wed Jun 29, 2011 8:13 pm

Hiya everyone Im new to the site!! Very Happy
Very glad i found somewhere to get some support really need it atm.
Isaac is my second child, Had my first in 2003 (Ryan) at the age of 18, sadly he was very ill and i wasnt really encouraged to breast feed at all. This time i made the decision before he was born and stuck to it, didnt have much support from the hospital but Isaac was great from the moment he was born took straight away, unfortunately since the return of my periods ive seen a decrease in the amount of milk i supply him which im really struggling to cope with, my husband is doing his best to reassure me it is fine and Isaac is getting enough but he just doesnt seem satisfied especially when he is having growth spurts quite often than normal.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated
Love to all mummys and babas


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