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Mario Rivera Having Second Thoughts About Retiring - RealGM Wiretap
While it is still "probable" Mariano Rivera will pitch for the next season vans old skool pro australia , the man is having second thoughts about possibly retiring, sources tell ESPN New York.


After tearing his ACL in Kansas City in early May, Rivera vowed that he would return in 2013.


Now, with his 43rd birthday next month, Rivera has the familiar tug that he has carried for many years of possibly wanting to stay home with his family and call it a career.


Rivera has yet to inform the Yankees of his final intentions, according to sources.



Eden Hazard May Have Serious Injury - RealGM Wiretap

Eden Hazard may have suffered a "serious injury" when he came off after 31 minutes in Monday's match.


Hazard limped off the pitch.


"I don't know what is wrong," said Jose Mourinho.


"The only thing I know is in 10 seconds he made the decision himself. It must be a serious injury because he just left the pitch and just made the decision not to go in.


"His first reaction was 'I can't' and I was going to make the change. His second reaction was 'I want to try,' and when he goes on the pitch, first step he immediately says 'I can't do it.' It was him in a few seconds who had three different perspectives, but clearly he couldn't do it."

Common Breastfeeding Questions And Problems - Article Four

Does My Breastfed Baby Need Extra Water and Vitamins?


Breastfed babies do not need extra waters, as formula-fed babies do. Your breast milk is very high in water vans old skool white australia , while formula is more concentrated. Extra water is discouraged, not because of the water itself, but because of the possibility of nipple confusion and breastfeeding disharmony if babies are given water in a bottle in the newborn period.


A healthy term baby who is getting enough breast milk does not need vitamin supplements, unless recommended by your doctor for your baby's special nutritional needs. When baby is around nine months of age, your health care provider may recommend a multivitamin with iron if baby's blood count or diet is low in iron.


Increasing Your Milk Supply


Our three-week-old baby doesn't seem to be gaining as much weight as she should, and I don't feel I have enough milk. How can I increase my milk supply?
Most delays in milk production are the result of one or several of the following: improper positioning and latch-on, interference in the harmony between mother and baby, a tired mother in a busy nest, or scheduled feedings. Go through the following steps.


Weigh baby more frequently. Consult your doctor and arrange to bring your baby into the office for a weight check twice a week.


Seek assistance. Consult a lactation specialist to review your positioning and latch-on techniques and to evaluate your baby's suck.


Get support. Contact breastfeeding and mothering organizations such as your local La Leche League.


Avoid negative advisers. "are you sure she's getting enough milk?" "I couldn't breastfeed either. . . ." You don't need discouragement when you are trying to build up your confidence as a new mother. Surround yourself with supportive people. Breastfeeding is a confidence game.


Check your nest. Is your nest too busy? Temporarily shelve all commitments that drain your energy from breastfeeding your baby.


Take your baby to bed. Feed nestled close to each other. Nap nursing and night nursing are powerful stimulators of milk production, since the milk-producing hormones are best secreted while you are asleep.


Undress your baby during feeding. If she is small (under 8 pounds3.6 kilograms), you need to keep baby warm by placing a blanket around her vans old skool black australia , but still allowing tummy-to-tummy contact. Skin-to-skin contact helps awaken sleepy babies and stimulates less enthusiastic feeders.


Increase the frequency of feeding. Give at least one feeding every two hours, and wake your baby during the day if she sleeps more than three hours. If you have a sleepy baby, let her sleep nestled against your breasts. This skin-to-skin contact stimulates milk flow.


Think baby, think milk. While you are feeding, stroke and cuddle your baby, using a lot of skin-to-skin contact, a custom called grooming. These maternal behaviors stimulate your milk-producing hormones.


Sleep when your baby sleeps. This requires delaying or delegating the many seemingly pressing household chores. If you are blessed with a baby who feeds frequently, you may think, "I don't get anything done." But you are getting something done. You are doing the most important job in the world -- mothering a human being.


Nurse longer. Don't limit the length of baby's feedings to a certain number of minutes per side. Give baby the chance to finish the first breast before switching to the second. He needs to get the high-fat hindmilk on the first side. This low-volume, high-caloric milk helps babies grow and rewards them for their sucking. If you switch breasts after only a few minutes, baby will get only the watery foremilk from both sides. This fills baby's tummy but may not give him enough calories to put on weight. Longer nursing stimulates more milk-ejection reflexes and brings more fat down to baby.


Try switch feeding. In the traditional method of breastfeeding vans old skool australia , you encourage your baby to suck as she wishes at one breast (usually around ten minutes) and to complete her feedings on the second breast, reversing the process on the next feeding. Switch feeding, also called the burp-and-switch technique, operates as follows: Let your baby suck at the first breast until the intensity of her suck and swallow diminishes and her eyes start to close (usually three to five minutes). Don't watch the clock, but watch your baby for thee signs that she is losing interest in continuing to suck on that breast. As soon as these signs appear, remove her from the breast, burp h.

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