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    Quote Originally Posted by Angike View Post
    Thanks stellarella.. kinda makes me wish I drank breastmilk!
    ME to I think this thread is very helpful and should be made into a sticky

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    Thanks for posting that it answered all my questions!!

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    thanks for posting that. It will be very helpful for unsure mummies

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    In light of recent threads...

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    Great thread Stellarella!!!!!!!

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    Good thread and great info, thanks Stellarella!!

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    Thanks again for this it has been a huge help and I needed this info to pass on to someone whos baby has been suffering from iron fortiyed foods.

    ETA, didnt want to make it sound like if you give iron fortifyed food's to your baby it makes your baby suffer.Her bub was just suffering constipation she figured out is was the iron fortifyed cerial is all, and she was worried about bubs iron intake, I needed this info to help put her mind at ease.
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    Thanks thats awesome info My iron is always low its shocking but i remember my chn saying that even though mine is low bubs will still get all that they need. Its nice to actually read it like that though

    Now i need to find myself some BM otherwise drink my own LOL to boost my iron up

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    Thanks Ella

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    Very good post, but just a reminder to mums of premmie bubs who breastfeed. Do not stop giving them their ferrous sulphate on the basis of this article. Your baby if born before 32 weeks does not have the iron stores that full term babies have. I fact many premature babies in the nursery such as mine have to have blood transfusions even when being fed breastmilk for low haemoglobin.
    I know that this was mentioned in the article above but I think it was important to reinforce it.


 

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