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  1. ... out ok. Actually, if he gets it, since he is young, the infection will probably be mild. Also getting it is better immunity than the vaccine. The vaccine is not given until after 1 year of...

    15 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 20/03/2011

  2. ...effective as long as the child is breastfed, with some immunities increasing as the infant becomes mobile and exposed to new sources of infection. The link between breast milk and a child’s intelligence...

    31 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 31/10/2010

  3. ...no doubts. Formula doesnt have live immunity in it BM is the perfect temp, perfect ... for the mother. Reduces risks of infections, and other diseases in children. ...

    9 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 22/03/2009

  4. .... If she does get sick again, it will be because of the virus/infection, not because of breastfeeding. Your body will build up immunities to your illness and you will pass those immunities on to your...

    7 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 14/06/2007

  5. .... Babies who are on formula are more likely to get infections because he is no longer receiving your immunity from your breast milk. Be extra careful to make sure the bottles...

    2 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 09/05/2012

  6. ...she needs. Her immune system need to be trained to fight off infection and identify germs and viruses quite early while her natural immunity is strong. Immunity system training is very important for...

    17 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 02/08/2006

  7. ...milk. If you stop nursing, that leaves her with few immunities of her own to fight infections. It's more likely that she can catch it through you handling ...

    8 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 01/01/2008

  8. ... nursing her though & hopefully you have immunity. Shingles is LESS contagious than actual active chicken pox as it is not a respiratory infection the way varicella is the first time you get it...

    3 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 23/11/2012

  9. ...it, so just keep feeding! The anti bodies you make to fight the infection will be passed on through your breast milk, helping build your baby's immunity. There are very few illnesses with which you would have to stop...

    7 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 10/07/2012

  10. ...word. You will not carry the virus around and shed it indefinately. But the immunity you gain through vaccination (or recovering from an infection) is not like a force feild. If you are exposed to the...

    5 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 11/11/2009

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