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August 13, 2007



I'm sorry you are dealing with this jaundice issue still. I had the same dx and personally I feel like that 48 hours of bottles only really screwed us up on the nursing angle. Good for you for doing some research. I'm sure you will figure out the best way to go. I hope you don't have to worry about pumping or supply much longer!

About the Overstock thing, I know my husband will be interested. I'll pass the link along.


I've never heard of using formula for 48 hours to get rid of breastmilk jaundice. (Sort of a weird name IMO) They just use take home lights here and keep the baby feeding.

As for the overstock thing, very strange. I asked my husband, the former securities lawyer, and he thinks the guy is either off his rocker, or off his meds.

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