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Parent’s Choice
Posted on 10.01.10 by The Mommy Blogger @

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of PBM Products. All opinions are 100% mine.

There are many women that can not breastfeed for an entire year and some that can not breastfeed at all. My sister and my sister in law both could not breastfeed successfully. They both tried for 6 months for as long as they could but they need to supplement because their baby’s were just not getting enough with just their breastmilk. There are great store brand formula out there that have the same nutritional benefits as the higher priced name brand formula. If you ever look at the ingredients you will find that they are the same…so why pay for the name brand when the other brand is just as good. You can switch to generic formula and your baby will not notice the difference. They will not notice a difference in the taste and they will be getting the same nutrition as they were before with the other brand. And you can get great generic baby formula right at your local Walmart. In todays economy who has money to waste. Parent Choice formula meets all of the FDA’s nutritional standards. They also have great baby care products like diapers and baby wipes as well. And if you order the baby formula online there is no additional charge for shipping.

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Dry Mouth and Breastfeeding
Posted on 09.10.08 by The Mommy Blogger @

I have such an incredible dry mouth – especially at night and it is to the point that I am beginning to worry about my teeth because my mouth is so dry at night. I am breastfeeding quite a bit lately with my new baby but I have never had such a dry mouth with my other children. Has anyone else had this problem?


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Phantom Cramps
Posted on 08.02.08 by The Mommy Blogger @

When you are breastfeeding you may not always start your period but you will have the same annoying feelings like you are. So you may be ovulating which is why you can still get pregnant. You may have what they call phantom cramps. You get hte bloating and carmpy feeling in your lower abdomin but you do not start your period. It can be annoying and at first I thought something was wrong with me because I had a c-section 7 months ago and sometimes you can have complications up to a year after a c-section. After this last c-section I will never be the same.


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You Can Get Pregnant While Breastfeeding
Posted on 07.31.08 by The Mommy Blogger @

When you are breastfeeding you may not start and have a regular cycle. You may even get false periods where you experience the cramping and bloating and all the other lovely symptoms but you are not having your period. However remember that you can ovulate even before you start your period on a regular basis again and it may be sporatic for the first few times. You can get pregnant when you are breastfeeding!!


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