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    I stopped nursing my baby at 1 month old.Does her health affects it?

    My baby stopped nursing on me at 1 month old and I'm worried about it.

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    Dear gelizaire,

    I think it is important and right to celebrate the time that you breastfed your baby for. Whilst it is best for baby to be exclusively breastfed for 6 months (and then alongside solid food from 6 months to two years and beyond); the first month is the very most beneficial for your baby. In particular, your baby had colostrum which is your first milk. This is often termed 'liquid gold' and is hugely beneficial for your baby.

    Please try to hold onto this and not to feel guilty. You could wear your baby in a sling now to increase your eye-to-eye contact and to have more wonderful bonding times.

    I hope this helps you - please do post back and let us know how you are.

    Warm wishes,
    LJ

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    As you are mother of the babay so you must be nurse him/her.

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