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Its not your fault. With Brandon, I have had a lot of guilt. He had problems breastfeeding. I assumed it was my fault and my supply. Then he started having problems with baby food. I have learned a lot from my experience. Also be persistant. There are a lot of services out there to help with feeding and they have really helped me. Oh and one more, don't give up.
I have to go with be persistant. I didn't push hard enough when they were younger to get the doctors to test them, and I just hope they don't pay the ultimate price. I plan on being very pushy from now on and with this next one if anything comes up. Research, research, research, and if you don't think the doctor is taking it seriously enough find a new doctor.
Linda, mommy to Nikolas & Andrew, 5 year old twin boys and Ember Rose, almost 3.
Mine would be don't take the first Dr's opinion. and go wiht your gut instict. In my case Ella sis still be ing diagnosed but she doesn't have any medical probelms that have been found. I tired to blame it on myslef then I just accepted she is a small baby. She has had every test known so I am now trying not to worry overly much. When I get beck to MA I will be takjing her to the Children's hospital in Boston to see if anything was overlooked though.