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    jjacobs123556 posted:
    hi im wanting to know since i had two maybe less of whisky when its be safe to nurse my 9 mth old im noways near drunk and its been about 2 hrs since i had it and ive eaten since then also
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    kell0613 responded:
    Sorry, this is late. But, a good rule of thumb to remember when you're BF: the alcohol goes into you milk, just like it goes into your blood. So, in time, it is eventually goes OUT of your milk. No need to pump and dump, just wait about 1-2 hours per drink (1oz liquor, 5oz wine, or 12 oz beer) before feeding. If you're sober enough to Drive, your probably sober enough to Breastfeed. A good idea is to feed LO right before you plan to have a drink, or maybe wait until LO goes down for the night.


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