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    Default urgent query. plus help

    I have fever 102.7 is bf ING okay? I don't have any engorgement or such

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    No idea. Call health direct for free advice on 1800 022 222. They'll know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaGal View Post
    No idea. Call health direct for free advice on 1800 022 222. They'll know.
    hi @scubagirl thanks. I am an Indian and live overseas . I will check here though

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    I have bf'd when I have had a fever. Its so hard when you are sick and have littlies to look after.

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    I have breastfed with a fever too. I don't think there are any issues with it. Try to keep your fluids up so you so t dehydrate as that can affect milk supply. Do you have an on call dr you can check with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeingPositive View Post
    I have fever 102.7 is bf ING okay? I don't have any engorgement or such

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    Sure. Just keep up your fluids and you can take paracetamol.

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    Yes it is preferred that you continue to at least express. If you don't you will get sicker. You baby also is getting the benefit of antibodies to help them fight off what ever you have.
    Please make sure keep your fluids up and take some panadol for fever relief.

    Over the 10 plus years I breastfed I had many fevers. Big hugs and I hope you feel better soon.


 

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