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    Anon_56610 posted:
    I have a 2 month old baby that I am trying to exclusively breastfeed. I think we may be developing a case of thrush. I noticed that she has a white patch on the back of her tongue, been more fussy lately and struggling at feeding time, as well as I have had some itching/burning feelings in and on my breasts. Anyone else dealt with this? Are there any home remedies or cures? This is all new to me, so I am not sure what to do, just have been totally exhausted lately because my baby is very fussy and colic and only wants to eat a little at a time so I have to feed her constantly.
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