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    Posted: 01 Jul 2013 at 9:01am
Levels of liquor in breast drain remain near those in the mother's bloodstream. Levels will be at their most elevated between 30 and 60 minutes in the wake of drinking, or 90 minutes in the event that you've been drinking with a dish. It takes two-to-three hours for an unit of liquor (a minor glass of wine, or half a half quart of conventional quality brew) to leave a nurturing mum's milk.while substantial measures of liquor in breast drain can have a calming impact, its more inclined to make your infant upset and upset slumber examples. Liquor restrains a mother's let-down (the arrival of milk to the areola). Studies have demonstrated that infants take around 20% less milk if there's liquor present, so they'll have to food more regularly – despite the fact that tots have been known to proceed with 'nursing strike', presumably due to the changed taste of the milk. 
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Will it harm your breastfeeding baby if you drink wine, beer, or hard alcohol? It could if you don't take precautions. The same amount of alcohol that makes it into your bloodstream makes it into your breast milk. For info about alcohol and breastfeeding please visit http://motherhow.com/alcohol-and-breastfeeding-how-much-can-you-drink/
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Breast-feeding is the optimal way to feed a newborn and is recommended until a baby is at least age 1. If you choose to drink, plan carefully to avoid exposing your baby to alcohol. For info about alcohol and breastfeeding please visit http://motherhow.com/alcohol-and-breastfeeding-how-much-can-you-drink/
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