I drink lots of water but am paranoid about drinking too little.. will this affect my breastmilk?Answer Question
Answer by sherribeare at 4:19 AM on Jul. 25, 2010
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Answer by mommy_sam at 4:34 AM on Jul. 25, 2010
It doesn't matter. You may become dehydrated. If you become way dehydrated your milk will be more concentrated. That's fine for the baby, the baby will just pee less. Think of the conditions women breastfed in around the world. Women may not have access to very little safe water. They breastfeed their babies and the babies thrive. When you start to worry think of the women in Haiti breastfeeding in the tent cities. Haiti has turned away offers of formula and human milk because the mother are able to breastfeed just fine. They have limited food and water and are living in hot and humid conditions with no AC.
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