I had my son back in March of 2008. He's 4 months now and every day I still think about the fact that I wasn't able to breastfeed. The reason I wasn't able to breastfeed is because I'm epileptic and take a good amount of medicine every day for it... Obviously it would be passed to my son. But it's just weird because I sort of had to deal with mourning the loss of not being able to bond like that with my son, and experience breastfeeding, especially since I was SOO looking forward to it. I just don't know how to get past it, and I know this is a forum for people who DO breastfeed, but I was hoping someone could help me with some advice. Thanks =]
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