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    Quote Originally Posted by kw123 View Post
    Oh wow someone just spouted the whole "only a small percentage of women physically can't breastfeed and it all just depends how determined you are to BF".

    Oh and BF isn't optimal. It's "far more optimal".

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    The middies (who I admit with DS were pro bfing but not jerks at all) are going to be sooooo sorry if they come at me with this crap this time around I tell you.

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    I shouldnt have gone searching for the post you were talkinf about. I thought I was at peace with my formula feeding journey but in my current fragile state - nope shouldnt have read it.

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    Oh @peanutmonkey hugs

    I know it's hard when you're fragile but you have nothing to feel bad about!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kw123 View Post
    Oh wow someone just spouted the whole "only a small percentage of women physically can't breastfeed and it all just depends how determined you are to BF".

    Oh and BF isn't optimal. It's "far more optimal".

    ������

    I saw it and just went Like really$@)?;;

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    http://www.skepticalob.com/2013/05/world-health-organization-no-long-term-benefits-to-breastfeeding.html

    The link to the actual WHO study I have is down for maintenance at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kw123 View Post
    http://www.skepticalob.com/2013/05/world-health-organization-no-long-term-benefits-to-breastfeeding.html

    The link to the actual WHO study I have is down for maintenance at the moment.
    Gah, I hate the skeptical ob- she is naaasty!

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    I admit I don't know the site - it was just sent to me as being a snapshot explanation of the WHO study

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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutmonkey View Post
    I shouldnt have gone searching for the post you were talkinf about. I thought I was at peace with my formula feeding journey but in my current fragile state - nope shouldnt have read it.

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    *hugs* don't let it get to you. You are one of the most amazing mummas I have the pleasure of knowing xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutmonkey View Post
    I shouldnt have gone searching for the post you were talkinf about. I thought I was at peace with my formula feeding journey but in my current fragile state - nope shouldnt have read it.

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    Remember that your reasons were valid to you and who cares what some random judgy pants thinks? Do you think you are a good mum? (and I know the answer to that ) Parenting is not a journey which was one distinct road, there are many forks in the road and often all those decisions are valid.

    The research of late has really set me free, I hope you can get to that point too

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    This is the abstract of the review: http://www.eldis.org/go/home&id=6525...t#.VBGHP2IayK0


 

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