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Thursday, October 16, 2008

Belly Button Surgery Nummies

They didn't say no, anyway. Just not the morning of the surgery, or the 24
hours following.
I can't imagine how we'll go 2 days without nummies, though... or have him
shlepped back and forth so he can get a little nummies the week I'm away.
Or how I'm going to possibly take a week out of my busy life... :-(((
J
----- Original Message -----
From: <>
To: "Jennifer" <>
Sent: Thursday, October 16, 2008 2:04 PM
Subject: Re: Shouldice Hospital - food inquiry

> Dear Mrs. MamaLand:
>
> Thank you for your follow up inquiry. It may be a good idea to prepare as
> many bottles of breast milk as you can before your admission. The morning
> of surgery you will be mildly sedated and this will not be a good time to
> breast feed. The residual anaesthetic in your system makes breast feeding
> unfavourable post operatively for at least 24 hours and after that you
> should be fine. You should inform the nurses of your wishes to have your
> son visit for breast feeding when you arrive for admission.
>
> Kind regards,
> Daryl U.
> Shouldice Hospital
>
> Jennifer wrote:
>
>> Mr U:
>>
>> Thank you for this information (see emails below).
>> Now that I am booked to arrive on December 8th, I will contact Mrs. M.
>> soon.
>>
>> Another question: I am currently nursing a baby and was informed by the
>> surgeon that I will not be able to breastfeed for 24 hours following
>> surgery. However, at other times, I'd like to have my baby brought by
>> family members three times a day so I can continue to nurse him. In
>> addition to afternoon and evening visiting hours, I would like to make
>> arrangements to have a brief "visit" with my baby in the morning as well
>> (ie Tuesday morning before surgery and Thursday/Friday mornings). Who
>> would be the best person to speak to about facilitating this exception to
>> your visiting schedule?
>>
>> I appreciate your help in making this surgery possible for me (after four
>> years of pain) with as little interruption as possible to my baby's
>> schedule.
>>
>> Thanks!
>>
>> Jennifer M. MamaLand

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