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Analiza Oct 22, 2011 01:31:15 AM ET

I am currently 15 weeks pregnant and i have a 2 year old son and a 10 month old baby girl still breastfeeding everything went well but we just had a big holiday with our two kids and early this morning i had bleeding, i saw the gp and said i should stop breastfeeding immediately. is this necessarily?

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Kara May 23, 2011 10:42:01 AM ET

I'm 25 weeks pregnant and nursing a 10 month old. my doctor had told me i should wean my baby. i'm still nursing and my nipples have been sore at the beginning of a nursing session but them it stops hurting. i have had some ultrasounds and my baby looks perfectly healthy. it was nice to read this article so i don't have to worry.

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MEME May 11, 2011 02:22:41 PM ET

Thanx 4the info about breast feeding and pregnancy i was really worried about my 6months boy.

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Stacey H Apr 24, 2011 01:11:04 PM ET

Some moms, myself included, have noticed a trend to miscarry very early on in the pregnancy when breastfeeding due to insufficient hormone production (most likely as a result of the presence of prolactin). low progesterone is not uncommon in early pregnancies of nursing moms. i was all set to tandem nurse until i hit this little snafoo - i had to search to find that information too, it isn't widely known or recognized.

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Jeanelle Apr 7, 2011 04:24:24 PM ET

My doctor has said that the hormones from breastfeeding will affect my unborn child if it is a boy and i have to wean my 7 month old immediately. has anyone every heard of this?

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Sarah Mar 27, 2011 12:55:35 PM ET

Thanx alot 4 this wonderful article,am now rlxed coz i hav 7 month old and 1 month pg already,was rly woried bt a gud now. thanx again.

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tyler's mum Feb 5, 2011 05:13:02 AM ET

Thanks you, i have just found out i am 3weeks pregnant and still breastfeeding my 7month old son. i am still worried about how to cope with both but at least i know i dont have to wean my son just yet

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Mrs ma129 Jan 26, 2011 04:26:57 AM ET

Thank u 4 dis great article i hv read it has been help 2me i am mother of 2 nd stil breast feeding n hvnt seen my circle yet i hv a 3mnths old daughter.

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zion Jan 23, 2011 05:53:50 PM ET

Reading this article brings to me much peace of mind.truly appreciated!!

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rebecca Jan 6, 2011 03:10:28 AM ET

Omg i am so happy i googled this,i just found out im pregnant today about 6 weeks gone and my son is still wanting the boob as hes 1 years old,i feel so relieved thank you everyone im not alone

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