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It's easy to have an opinion when you haven't been through it. Breast feeding can be extreme painful for some women. My son was a preemie and couldn't latch on. There are many factors that can occur. I pumped for 2 months, my sister breastfed her children until they were like 2. Different strokes, but breast milk is healthier.
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The problem is women there aren't free to choose whether they will have babies or not. Marriage and childbirth is a given and if you don't submit you could be killed. In that context, breast feeding isn't an autonomous choice and I can't support legislating it, even though I know it's the best choice for the baby.

These women are already so oppressed...and this is just another tool to oppress them even more.
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Originally posted by LilMissSunshine LilMissSunshine wrote:

Breastfeeding should be a choice. Some women cannot breastfeed. I suffered from low milk production, so I had to supplement with formula. Some women have inverted nipples. Some babies can't latch on. They overhype breastfeeding. It does not make your kids smarter. Breastfed babies score higher on IQ test because women with degrees are more likely to breastfeed than a woman who does not have a degree. I do believe in the immunological properties of breastfeeding, and that's why I chose to breastfeed for 9 months...after that my milk levels plummeted, and I was barely producing anything.


Exactly, my daughter was a preemie and I only produced milk from one breast for about two weeks. Even with the lactation coach it dried up. Bish talking about "we can try donor milk Shocked Ouch"...nasty ANNNNND no thanks! Our daughter is extremely smart and has only been sick twice and has no allergies. I think this is all about control. Funny, I used to study with international students from UAE  and they seemed so open minded.
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Originally posted by mizzsandra00 mizzsandra00 wrote:

Originally posted by ModelessDiva ModelessDiva wrote:




i mean thats good and all but is 2 years the norm for breastfeeding?







 
TBH studies show after 1 year the benifits stop....


This is what I thought...

2 years is too much





Edited by ModelessDiva - Jan 31 2014 at 6:29pm
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Originally posted by creole booty creole booty wrote:

I'm pro choice everything when it's about women
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Originally posted by kfoxx1998 kfoxx1998 wrote:

I just wish the US would recognize that women need more than 6 weeks after a baby.  More of us would be successful at breastfeeding w/o the added stress.

Back to the topic.  Fck those arab men.  You breast feed a baby for two years bish!
For any slow bus folk that are lurking.LOL

Do they know how difficult it is to work and breastfeed full time?! Plus you have to monitor everything that goes into your body during those 2 years.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (3) Thanks(3)   Quote OoDles O Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan 31 2014 at 7:17pm
Originally posted by LilMissSunshine LilMissSunshine wrote:

Breastfeeding should be a choice. Some women cannot breastfeed. I suffered from low milk production, so I had to supplement with formula. Some women have inverted nipples. Some babies can't latch on. They overhype breastfeeding. It does not make your kids smarter. Breastfed babies score higher on IQ test because women with degrees are more likely to breastfeed than a woman who does not have a degree. I do believe in the immunological properties of breastfeeding, and that's why I chose to breastfeed for 9 months...after that my milk levels plummeted, and I was barely producing anything.

you have any links?

I don't think breast milk makes your baby smarter... It gives your baby a slightly faster processor.
a neurological advantage thats nowhere comparable to formula, which is, in most cases cows milk... Aint nobody checkin for cows milks... We off dat... and on Almond milk :)  

Quote The study, published online in NeuroImage, found that compared with babies who received formula, breast-fed infants had increased development in white matter regions of the brain, including areas associated with planning, social and emotional functioning, motor ability and language. The differences were linked to better performance on tests of motor development and visual acuity.

eta: I don't agree with concocting legislation though... and 2 years is long... but those countries have bigger issues.. a rich nation with antiquated views is not the best look.


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the uae has interesting reproductive laws
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Originally posted by liesnalibis liesnalibis wrote:

Originally posted by nitabug nitabug wrote:

Breast feeding should not be a "choice" imo


But abortion should?

This confuses me.
you are easily confused then. I don't mind if the U.A.E bans abortion or homosexuality. It is a Muslim country.
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Originally posted by nitabug nitabug wrote:

Originally posted by liesnalibis liesnalibis wrote:

Originally posted by nitabug nitabug wrote:

Breast feeding should not be a "choice" imo


But abortion should?

This confuses me.
you are easily confused then.


Okay. That doesn't really answer my question but I don't think you can communicate without being rude so I'll end this here. Thanks for your response!
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