Booby and the Beast (or "the many ways breastfeeding affects the
When I first became a mom I expected to be a breastfeeding rockstar- you know, one of those women who just latch their baby on while doing some amazingly complex yoga pose in their tiny and cute little outfit. Well, that was a bust. For one thing, I suck at yoga. For another, I gained 70 lbs with pregnancy and spent over a year working my butt off (literally) to get back to my previous weight and what sort of resembled my previous body. Cute little outfits were definitely
MTHFR. Feel Free to Buy Some Vowels.
"I'm sorry, all your labs are normal. There's nothing wrong with you." I made a promise to myself long ago to never say these words. Labs can be normal and labs can be helpful. Just because a set of labs shows nothing does NOT mean there isn't anything going on, though. It just means you need to keep looking. Often we find the answers Allow me to show you a new road for you to travel in the land of healthcare. It might just lead to Answer-ville. Just follow the signs fo