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#91 09/30/02 01:08 PM
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I got the dom on Friday and started taking it right away. I picked up Emma (my daughter) yesterday at 11 and breastfed her pretty much the entire day. I only had to supplement her with about 8 ozs of formula through out the entire day! Usually she would get 5 or 6- 6 oz bottles! I was so excited. So, since her father picked her up today, I've been pumping every 2 to 3 hours, and I'm getting at least one whole ounce with each pumping! I'm so excited! I can't believe it's working! This morning, I was talking to Emma while I nursed her, as I always do, and she was smiling at me and she had milk, breast milk, dribble out the side of her beautiful mouth. It brought tears to my eyes. Thank God. And thank you! <img src="http://www.asklenore.com/ubbthreads/images/icons/grin.gif" alt="" />


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[color:"purple"] Isn't it an awesome feeling? Congrats you are doing awesome! [/color] !


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Mom to Belle and Evan both who benefited from the protocol. And Xander the breastfeeding wonder!
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I forgot to mention in my previous post, that I owe most of my thanks to Lenore for her guidance and her support! Thanks Lenore! <img src="http://www.asklenore.com/ubbthreads/images/icons/smile.gif" alt="" />


Amy Bio Mom to Phillip (11/30/90), Joey (5/11/93), and Emma (8/1/02).
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Just an update...
The past few days, I've only had to give her about 4 ozs of diluted formula! What a difference! This is wonderful. I'm so happy and excited. Thanks again for all the support and encouragement.
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Amy Bio Mom to Phillip (11/30/90), Joey (5/11/93), and Emma (8/1/02).

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