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Name: 04nidak
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A friend of mine is having surgery on her gall bladder next week and she is worried that it is going to interfere with her breastfeeding her daughter. She has had supply issues like me and her daughter has only began being exclusively breastfed recently (she is 11 or 12 weeks old). Is there anything she should do to ensure nursing stays on the right track, should she even be worried? Thanks for any advice!
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Name: lisasing | Date: Jul 25th, 2008 1:25 AM
Well....You can go to the single parent dating club to get some suggestion. The people on that site are very friendly and passional. I think you can get your answer there. 

Name: 04nidak | Date: Jul 25th, 2008 6:38 PM

Name: mamal | Date: Jul 26th, 2008 1:23 AM
Tell her not to worry at all. Will dad be bringing baby to the hospital to nurse? If not she will need to pump, but there is no need to pump and dump or anything like that, it would just be to keep her supply up. Here are a few articles that you may want to give to her. This one is specifically about gal bladder surgery.
one is about surgery and there are also other links towards the bottom of the page as well.

Name: sapslucymom | Date: Jul 30th, 2008 4:29 AM
She would definately need to know what meds she will be taking and make sure that they are BF friendly. If not then find some that are. Also if she notices a supply decrease because of body stress then she can take Fenugreek and Blessed Thistle together 3 pills 3 times a day to bring it back. 

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