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  1. I’m about two weeks from due date! I just ran out of my prenatal multi vitamin. Any recomendations on a good multi to take during breast feeding, since I’m almost to that point?

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    • I like to do a liquid herbal multivitamin. I make my own, but you can also buy one from Trilight Health. These are better than most brands in my opinion.

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  2. I am about 7 1/2 weeks pregnant with #2 and still breastfeeding my (almost) 7 month old. I have heard keeping your supply up while pregnant is next to impossible, but I also know many women have done it. Any recommendations/thoughts for continuing to breastfeed through this pregnancy? I’ve heard the book “Adventures in Tandem Nursing” is excellent and I’ve ordered it but it probably won’t be here for 2 more weeks and I already feel like my supply is low.

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  4. Hey there, I have a question in regards to breastfeeding while the baby is teething. It’s for my cousin who said she is having a hard time bc her 8 month old is teething so much that it pains her to feed her baby at times. She said it usually occurs during the day bc she thinks early morning and night the baby is pretty tired, so she’ll feed with no problems. She said that its affecting her letdown though bc she is so anxious at the moment she begins feedings. Is there anything she can do to help her baby not chew on her so much?? Thanks!!!!!

    Camille

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  5. I just had baby #2 (a month old now) and was still nursing toddler #1 when my husband and I conceived. I nursed toddler #1 (1 year old at conception and 22 months at birth of baby #2) through the entire pregnancy and did not seem to have any trouble with supply. Toddler #1 was eating a full diet of table food as well as nursing and he only said ‘yuck’ once at about 3 months into the pregnancy (milk taste changes with the hormones), but continued to nurse :) I did not have a high risk pregnancy or high risk for miscarriage, so my lactation consultant said nursing through the pregnancy should not be a problem. I nursed toddler #1 right up until the birthday of baby #2 and now we are tandem nursing :) There are a lot of natural foods/herbs that help increase lactation (you can google it) if you have any problem. My doctor said that the milk supply will naturally decrease until the baby’s birth and then the colostrum will start and you get round 2 of nursing :) I hope this helps to encourage anyone who is thinking about tandem nursing or wants to nurse through pregnancy. Just check with your doctor and lactation consultant to make sure there are no risk factors for you, and then go for it! :)

    God Bless!

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