In addition to being a pioneer in nutrition and female surgical techniques, my father was a beloved Obstetrician. Many of his patients spanned two generations (in other words, he delivered both the mother and her children).
His patients and their babies were known for being exceptionally healthy because of the nutritional protocols he developed and the fact that he took the time with each one to impart wisdom about the impact of the dietary and other choices they made. Much of that wisdom is reflected in the writings I have published on the Logos Nutritionals site and elsewhere (including here on the < a href='https://howicuredmorgellons.com/feb22009renogazzet/'>Important Articles< /a> Page.
One piece of advice he gave to his patients was to always breastfeed your baby if at all possible... especially in the first week of life when colostrum (baby's first milk)is produced by the mother to transfer critical immune factors to the baby (which fortunately, it sounds like you were able to do).
There are many valuable nutrients that are present in breast milk for a developing infant, even if it does pose a potential risk of exposure to your illness.
Perhaps some of the ladies that have walked this path before you will share some of their experiences with you here.
We are so glad you found your way into our midst. Everyone in this community is pulling for you and praying for you. Please keep us posted on your progress.
In His Love,
We rejoice with you that you have been led here, and we give thanks today for the transformation that lies ahead for you and your baby.
I can see from your post that you have already invested some time here reading. There is much to be gleaned here on the subject of children.
Use the Forum Welcome Letter, FAQ Page and Search feature to help you efficiently navigate the website, and let us know if you have any questions. I would imagine you will see some helpful new posts appear in response to yours as well.
Although I am not a doctor, I applaud your insights about passing along the benefits you gain from the protocol as well as whose choice it is on whether or not to breastfeed your child.
Welcome again. Please keep us posted on your progress.
God Bless; Never give up Hope!