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    Might sound strange but I knew someone who got there nipples lazered which helped with pain

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    Hi all- sitting in my gp's office atm waiting to get results of an ultrasound for RPOC......could explain low milk supply.......thinking yes as they rushed the results, and wouldn't give results over the phone AND gp had to call my OB yesterday.....

    also worked out I have thrush on my nips and that's why BF'ing has been soooo bl00dy painful! Lactation consultant picked it up.....no symptoms other than the pain, babies mouths are clear, my nips are clear other than being red/inflamed and not healing, so have been using daktarin gel on nips and in babies mouths and also a diflucan tab every 2 days for 6 days (3 tabs all in all)......have only taken one tab so far and the reduction in pain is phenomenal!! Who would have thought it can be present with none of the 'White' stuff in bubs mouths or on my nips!

    Did lose a large clot yesterday arvo so hopefully that is all of the RPOC and no D&C required.....they terrify me after having Ashermans.....will keep you posted....

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    Ruby that's amazing news re thrush discovery. I have Daktarin sitting here waiting for swab results to come back from GP. Don't think I have it, but it's an easy thing to rule out at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTugs View Post
    Ruby that's amazing news re thrush discovery. I have Daktarin sitting here waiting for swab results to come back from GP. Don't think I have it, but it's an easy thing to rule out at least.
    Oh MrsT- I can't tell you the difference a day has made after taking the fluconazole tab- doesn't feel like piranhas biting my nipples now!!

    The Dr confirmed that the US showed a blood clot remaining in my uterus - so hopefully that's what passed yesterday arvo.......maybe BF may become a bit easier/better now......well I'm hoping anyway
    @MrsChino- thanks for your kind words too- this twin feeding is pretty full on hey- have you manage to tandem feed at all? I haven't.....but then I did read (and the lactation consultant confirmed) that many first time mums can't do it straight up, and best to master a single baby first......not sure why the midwives were pressuring me so much to tandem feed in the hospital.....it was soooo stressful!

    hope all are well xo

    oh and very cute photos Ladies!!

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    Midwives should not be pressuring anything, ever. The fact that you felt pressured and stressed means that hands down, no questions asked, they were not doing their job.

    I almost hope it is thrush!! then at least I would have a firm answer and fix, rather than this never ending cycle of no answers!!

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    So I have a question for the other mum's on here with bubs already here... so after feeding Zoe in the evening I put her down to self settle and she grunts and groans in anger haha but doesn't cry... sometimes I get back up to settle her but if she's not crying should I just let her be... I cuddle her for 10-15 post feed and she normally falls asleep then but usually Wakes on putting her down... just seeing what others are doing

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    Yep if not crying let them be. Chatting away to themselves is a great self settling technique and one that they will likely use for a few more years yet.
    We don't successfully transfer anymore he hasn't slept in his cot for over a week......

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    Oh no, if not crying leave her! My dd was a grunter and it was her way of going to sleep... Lachlan does the same although most times ends up crying. I was up every 45 minutes last night. Seriously just wanted to walk out this morning, go to hotel and just sleep all day!

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    Oh mona I got about 4hrs last night and the night before, with no day naps. I'm starting to feel it that's for sure.


 

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