Are beans bad while breast feeding?

Staple food group. Beans are a good source of nutrition and part of a balanced diet. If they make you gassy they can make baby gassy but i don't think that is a valid reason to avoid them.
No. From a nutritional standpoint, they are good. But occasionally cause gas both you and the baby.

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Why is speed dieting bad while breast feeding?

Need nutrition. For the baby. If you diet while breast feeding you are denying the baby the nutrition they need. Your diet gives breast milk its nutrients. Read more...

I had a baby on monday and I'm not breast feeding. Today, my breast feel like rocks and they hurt really bad?

Breast engorgement. Take 200mg vitamen b6 every day for the next week or so. Take Motrin for the pain and apply cold cabbage leaves to the breasts. If they become very red and tender and/or you develop a fever you should see a doctor. Read more...

Is it bad if I drink right size smoothies or shakeology while breast feeding?

Just no alcohol. Smoothies are fine, not sure what a shakeology is, but if it has no alcohol and is more like an ice-cream like drink, than these are both fine. Read more...
Yes. The right size smoothies contain fiber and protein (no longer contains an appetite suppressant ). Shakeology shakes contain fiber, protein, probiotics, vitamins and minerals. All of these thinks are compatible with breast feeding . Read more...
Breastfeeding. It depends on what goes into your smoothies or shakes. If natural ingredients, then - no. If some herbal or supplements, then you need to consult with your doc or find out somehow else if they are ok with breastfeeding. Read more...

I stopped breast feeding 3 weeks ago my baby is 5 weeks now I wanna breastfeed again has my milk gone bad is it ok to let my baby nurse?

Go for it! There's no reason you shouldn't try to "relactate". Your milk is the best thing for the baby. You should get a breast pump, and pump both sides at the same time to stimulate your milk to come back. Also fenugreek tea can help. See a lactation consultant for more advice. Gook luck! Read more...

My daughter is 3 months old and I am exclusively breast feeding. Have had bad uterine cramps but having no period. Is this normal?

Yes. the elevated prolactin levels when you are breast feeding can shut off your hormones and your periods, the breast feeding also releases chemicals that can cause cramps. you can try motrin, Read more...
Possible. Nursing certainly causes release of uterine contracting hormones. If this persists, please talk to you OB. An evaluation of the uterus maybe needed. Read more...
Yes. Exclusive breastfeeding can definitely prevent ovulation and normal menstruation while causing uterine contractions, which can feel like previous menstrual cramps bc small contractions are what causes the "cramp" sensation normally. These are more common earlier after delivery as the enlarged uterus contracts and gets closer to prepregnancy size but can occur randomly with bfing for months. Read more...
Anovulatory. It is normal to have a gap in periods while breastfeeding full time. This can continue as long as you breastfeed! We call it "lactation amenorrhea" It's also normal to cramp while you breastfeed. The oxytocin released during letdown will cause this. Congrats on breastfeeding your baby! She is going to be so healthy! Read more...