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Tue, 04-03-2012 - 2:36pm

Hey ladies! Let me know if anything needs changing! -Liz

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Fri, 04-13-2012 - 1:27am

Cassie- I don't but my concern/issue would be once you move baby into their own room when they wake still for all the reasons trekking back and forth up the stairs would be annoying and exhausting!


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Fri, 04-13-2012 - 3:25am
Emmy- Have you considered formula? Some of the brands are sweeter then whole milk and that might be a good transition to normal cow's milk. (If you plan on giving cow's milk of course) Teddy would only drink full cow's milk warm in a bottle at first but at that point he also was no longer interested in nursing. Good luck! Since she is over 1 she really doesn't need any milk at night anyway, not to say you should wean her, just that she would be fine if you went away for a few hours even if she refused to drink anything else.

Cassie- I wouldn't care. In fact we are planning on having the kids on a different level from us when we move the next time.

Andi- I am so glad CP is no longer a concern! (Did I already say that, I can't remember) :)

Katie- I am glad you got a few good nights of sleep from Z. I hope he keeps it up!
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Fri, 04-13-2012 - 6:15am

Emmy and Katie- I am going to ask my doctor if I truly have another one what I can do. I don't think my DH has one I looked at the symptoms for guys and he said he has no ityching, redness, white patches ect. But I can ask my doctor if I should do something for him and if he could be passing it to me and how to tell. Maybe there are no symptoms.

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Fri, 04-13-2012 - 6:17am

Cassie- Our house only has one floor but my dad's house ls like that. His bedroom is on the main floor and the others are upstairs. It's nice for him since he's almost 70 so he won't have to worry about stairs once that becomes an issue for him.

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Fri, 04-13-2012 - 9:06am
Emmy--
I think the guideline is that if they nurse more than 4x a day, then they really don't need anything like milk. If she'll drink water and eat food, then you should be able to go out for several hours and she'll be fine.
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Fri, 04-13-2012 - 10:29am

Hmm apparently I need to update all three small people's tickers, but that is not happening on DH's computer.




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Fri, 04-13-2012 - 10:43am
Sandy - You might not have fully gotten rid of the first one, particularly if you used a one or three day treatment for it.

I've gone through periods where I've had them recur and it finally stopped when I started taking Diflucan for them, instead of using the creams. Antibiotics in particular give me really nasty infections, and the creams just don't cut it for me. Any time I go to the doctor now for a sinus infection or something, I just ask them to prescribe Diflucan as well, so I can head it off at the pass.

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Fri, 04-13-2012 - 11:43am
No I got rid of the first one. I was on two medications from my doctor (not OTC) and then I had a follow up afterwards with her.

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Fri, 04-13-2012 - 11:54am
Oh ok. Hmm, I would definitely ask then to see what's up. It could just be an annoying coincidence, you know?

Just generally, yogurt is supposed to be good at keeping things balanced down there. And if you don't like actual yogurt, there are pills you can take with active yogurt cultures. Good luck!

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Fri, 04-13-2012 - 3:36pm

Well I had my appointment and she said that it could be from me going off the pill and the hormones. Also she said sometimes it just happens. She said some women get them every couple of months. I guess I've been lucky not to get one for 7 years. She gave me one of the same pill I had last time.

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