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☠Jenniefahhh 1 child; Djibouti 70799 posts
17th Sep '08
Quoting twinmami:
☠Jenniefahhh 1 child; Djibouti 70799 posts
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Melinda. 1 child; Deltona, Florida 31041 posts
17th Sep '08
Quoting Maury show HO! NObama!:
Melinda. 1 child; Deltona, Florida 31041 posts
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usernametx Texas 19750 posts
17th Sep '08
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☠Jenniefahhh 1 child; Djibouti 70799 posts
17th Sep '08
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usernametx Texas 19750 posts
17th Sep '08
Quoting Maury show HO! NObama!:
Flores_party_of_7 20 kids; Seattle, Washington 17095 posts
17th Sep '08
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Flores_party_of_7 20 kids; Seattle, Washington 17095 posts
17th Sep '08

According to the Breastfeeding Answer Book (LLLI 2003, p. 599-600), excessive caffeine consumption by the mother (more than 750 mL per day) can result in a baby who shows signs of caffeine stimulation.



http://kellymom.com/health/lifestyle/caffeine.html


Breastfeeding is NOT the same as when you're pregnant, fyi.
And you keep talking about it doubling your chances of miscarriage... Last I checked, my womb is without a tenant.

usernametx Texas 19750 posts
17th Sep '08
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usernametx Texas 19750 posts
17th Sep '08
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☠Jenniefahhh 1 child; Djibouti 70799 posts
17th Sep '08
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Flores_party_of_7 20 kids; Seattle, Washington 17095 posts
17th Sep '08

The good news is that although caffeine gets into your milk quickly and takes a long time to excrete, it rarely causes problems for breastfed babies. Most studies have found the levels in newborns to be very small, and often undetectable. Each cup of coffee contains about 100-150 mg of caffeine. The amount of caffeine in five cups of coffee per day (less than 750 ml) has not been shown to cause problems for most mothers and babies. Mothers who consume 8 or 9 cups a day, or more than 750 ml have sometimes noticed that their babies are fussy and don't sleep well. If you think your baby is sensitive to caffeine, try cutting down over the course of a week by substituting caffeine free beverages for what you usually drink. Abrupt withdrawal from caffeine can cause headaches.



http://www.breastfeeding.com/all_about/smith_answers2.html#coffee

Flores_party_of_7 20 kids; Seattle, Washington 17095 posts
17th Sep '08
Quoting Maury show HO! NObama!:
usernametx Texas 19750 posts
17th Sep '08

There is more than just caffine in energy drinks, its their documented effects and the unknown of certain mixes which cause concern.