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    Default Is breastmilk considered dairy?

    I have a sick baby who needs to avoid dairy - is bm considered dairy?

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    needs to avoid dairy or lactose?

    If the baby needs to avoid dairy.... you can breastfeed as long as YOU avoid dairy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OJandMe View Post
    needs to avoid dairy or lactose?

    If the baby needs to avoid dairy.... you can breastfeed as long as YOU avoid dairy.

    I don't know. She's crying right now because she is tired and she wants to feed but she just had a big vomit abour 2.5 hours ago and I'm worried that if I give her a big feed it's going to come straight back up. I've given her a little feed.

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    No, it is not considered dairy. When you have a vomiting child they do tell you to stay away from dairy because it can be difficult to digest, breast milk is fine and sometimes beneficial. Just small feeds and you should be fine.

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    just do frequent little feeds... poor bubba

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    Quote Originally Posted by OJandMe View Post
    just do frequent little feeds... poor bubba
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    Quote Originally Posted by OJandMe View Post
    just do frequent little feeds... poor bubba
    agreed

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    No, it's not dairy.....unless you are a cow.

    Hope your bub feels better soon. If she has a stomach bug, breastmilk and it's good bacteria and antibodies often help. If she keeps vomiting, you could try some cooled boiled water and see if she keeps that down better.

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    If you drink dairy it can effect baby

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    It's not dairy, it's the perfect good for an ill baby. Small frequent feeds. But no dairy for you.


 

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