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November 17, 2009

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Jennifer

You're right...mastitis - not fun. Oh and just curious - are you growing out your dreads?

Mae

hi em, thanks for picking me...i've never won anything online so this is pretty exciting. i can't wait to try it...i really need more than 4 hours of sleep.

Suzanne

Sorry to hear you have mastitis, it can be very painful.
As a reader of Chels's blog hope you and her are enjoying your catch up. Its a great photo of both of you.

CRY

YOU CAN MAKE A STRONG THYME TEA AND USE IT AS A COMPRESS FOR YOUR MASTITIS
ADD 1/4 C OF DRIED THYME TO 2 CUPS OF BOILING WATER FOR 30 MIN, STRAIN AND REHEAT. DIP THE CLOTH IN THE HERBAL LIQUID AND APPLY AS YOUR COMPRESS, REPEAT AS NECESSARY
YOU CAN ALSO MIX SLIPPERY ELM POWDER WITH ENOUGH WATER TO MAKE A PASTE AND APPLY TO A CLOTH AND PUT ON AFFECTED AREA
HOPE YOU GET BETTER!

Francesca Di Leo

hey you... I'm curious too, are you growing out your lovely locks, err, dreds? smile. but they're soo pretty.

mastitis, ouch! get better..

Francesca

Mae

Hi again. I tried to email you at amber79@hotmail.com but it kept on bouncing back. Not sure what's going on.

Tanya

Look at you beautiful girls, back together again! Remember Massachusetts misses you BOTH!
Hope you feel better Em!

Emma

Oh, I feel for you - I had mastitis when my third baby was a week old, ugh, horrible! The good old cabbage leaves helped me too, hope you're better soon x

cate

cabbage leaves are bliss! hope you get better soon, and it doesn't mess with your supply too much!

Angela

Love that you're letting the dreads grow out! You look great!

Lindsay R

oohhh...mastitis...had that, too...wish i'd known about cabbage leaves then...sounds like a good trick! hope you're feeling better soon!

kate

i once answered the door with steamed parsley in my bra...oops...hope the cabbage gives you relief...

Wendy Sice

That photo of you guys is awesome! It was great to meet you and your family, even though for a brief moment. Hope you're feeling better. Mastitis put me right off breastfeeding! Wendy xxx

Sue McGettigan

Mastitis - blech!! Not fun for anyone in the family! My only advice, gathered from other mums when I had it - keep feeding, use hot compresses (super-hot flannels do the trick) before feeds, take antibiotics if you need to (I know, poor bubba, but they work!).

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