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Practicing Good Hygiene 1. Sterilize any feeding instruments. This is particularly important to do if your baby has presented with thrush 2. Store feeding instruments in a sealed container. After you have boiled the instruments listed above, place them in a 3. Bleach your breast pump after you.

How to Prevent Thrush. The best defense against thrush is good hand washing. You should wash your hands often especially before breastfeeding, after using the bathroom If you wear breast pads to soak up leaks, don’t get the ones that have plastic or waterproof liners. Nursing pads made with. Wash Everything.

Wash all clothes and linens that came into contact with your nipples or with baby. Use hot water with bleach and let them air dry in the sun or set the dryer on hot. Make sure you’ve sterilized and washed all parts of your breast pump that touch your nipples or breastmilk. First and foremost, the most crucial step to prevent thrush is proper handwashing.

Wash your hands after breastfeeding, using the bathroom, and changing your baby’s diaper. Regular handwashing helps stop the spread of thrush and other common illnesses. Avoid Plastic Breast Pads. When you have thrush, or you’re trying to avoid thrush in breastfeeding, you need to take a little more care. If you don’t, you could get you and your baby treated, heal and then get reinfected again from your pump!

So when you pump or give your baby expressed breastmilk, boil the bottles and pump equipment for at least 20 minutes. It’s possible to reduce your chances of getting thrush again. Here are four things that you can try. Add a probiotic (like yogurt) to your diet.

This can help keep your gut bacteria in better balance and prevent candida. Rinsing your nipples with a vinegar and water solution (1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar preferred to 1 cup water) or baking soda in water (1 tablespoon per cup) after every feeding is helpful. Use a fresh cotton ball for each application and mix a new solution every day. Wash your hands thoroughly. Use sterilising fluid to regularly clean any items that could carry thrush: toys, pump equipment, bottles, teats, dummies.

Or boil feeding and pump equipment for 20 minutes and replace teats and dummies weekly. Replace toothbrushes, toiletries and cosmetics as they may have become infected. Thrush. While breastfeeding, you might be really determined to get rid of thrush.

Ensure to pester your health professional until they give you the right treatment you need. You can definitely beat thrush and prevent it from coming back, and once you have that system tied down, you’ll have a balance of beating it ultimately. You probably can’t prevent your baby from getting thrush if this annoying infection is a by-product of vaginal birth or breastfeeding.

But you can try to keep it at bay later by keeping things as clean, dry and inconducive to fungus growth as possible using these tactic.

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Persistent thrush requires a complete evaluation of the mother and may require treatment for vaginal thrush, decreased sugar in diet, and colonization with lactobacillus by capsule or yogurt.

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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2008

Persistent thrush requires a complete evaluation of the mother and may require treatment for vaginal thrush, decreased sugar in diet, and colonization with lactobacilli by capsule or yogurt.

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by Robert Resnik, MD, Robert K. Creasy, MD, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2013

Since Amphotericin B and nystatin aren’t absorbed into the baby’s bloodstream, you can safely use them in your infant’s mouth or on your nipples to treat thrush (Candida infections), or you can take them by mouth yourself.

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Accurate diagnosis and treatment of thrush is important for continued breastfeeding.

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If your baby has thrush, you may see white, cheesy patches on the inside of the baby’s mouth that do not come off if you wipe them with a soft cloth or your finger.

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For this reason, an infant and breastfeeding mother should be treated simultaneously when treating thrush, vulvovaginitis, diaper candidiasis, or mastitis.

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Treat all symptomatic pregnant patients vigorously to avoid neonatal thrush.

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If the baby has oral thrush, 1 mL of nystatin liquid 100,000 U/mL applied to the tongue four times daily after breastfeeding is recommended for a 6-day treatment.

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Positioning and attachment (of baby onto breast) much better, but nipples red and cracked, and strong evidence of deep breast thrush in her, and oral thrush in baby.

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If your baby has oral thrush, this must be treated, along with treating your nipples, as you will pass it back and forth to each other, and it will make breast feeding an extremely painful experience for you.

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  • Both my baby and I had thrush a couple of months ago and received Nystatin for it. It went away after 4 weeks of treatment, but came back right away. Not sure how it came back considering I was very careful to be clean (ie: Washed all his clothes in hot water, washed and sanitized all bottles and toys, etc). The only thing I can think of is the frozen breast milk. If I pump while having thrush, will the thrush be transferred to the pumped milk? Did I infect my baby and myself again with it? This is so aggravating!!

    Thanks for your tips. I’ll be trying them.

  • I nursed my daughter for 3 months, and I disliked it the whole time. She was not a good nurser and it was not comfortable for me. But I too like you had all these expectations and thought I could just breastfeed until she wanted to stop. I had to use a nipple shield, and it sucked. Then my milk supply disappeared, and I was forced to put her on formula. I felt like less of a woman, less of a mother, why wasnt this a great thing, why was my milk gone? I kept trying to put her back on the boob but she loved the bottle. Come to find out, I was pregnant with my son and that is why my milk went away. I ended up feeling very proud of how long I did breastfeed, because my daughter was happy and healthy.
    Then I had my son, and nursing was easy, and natural. He loved it, and I didnt need a nipple shield because he was an awesome nurser. He is almost 2 yr and still nurses when he wants it. When it works, its amazing and so so much easier than bottles and formula. Every person is different, every baby is different, and your sanity is very important. A happy mom makes a happy baby. Some things are better for her yes, but she just wants you. You are doing a great job, and it sounds harsh to say, but this is just the beginning. Just roll with what works for you.

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  • You should NEVER take colloidal silver. Don’t take my word for it, take the Mayo Clinic’s (look them up if you don’t know who they are). https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/consumer-health/expert-answers/colloidal-silver/faq-20058061

  • There are many factors in reducing thrush naturally. One plan I discovered that successfully combines these is the Fergs Fungal System (google it if you’re interested) it’s the no.1 resource that I have ever seen. look at all the unbelievable info.

  • I’ve had 2 bottles of Nystatin for my 2 month old and it freaking sucks it’s still not gone. I need to tell her doctor that it doesn’t do anything. I’ve stopped breastfeeding her because of this and she still has thrush.

  • Hi. Thanks for this info. My son is 2 weeks. I bought sovereign colloidal silver. I need to dilute this? I can’t find your video about diluting. Thanks!!

  • Also can you use the colloidal silver on your nipples as well as the babies mouth? I’m hoping something from this video helps us!

  • I was on metrodinazole 500mg x2 a day for 7 days for BV and every time I take this antibiotic I get oral and vaginal thrush #struggleisreal

  • This blood pressure solution “yumkum shocking guide” (G00GLE it) works for me, right after 2 weeks following this plan, my blood pressure down 20 points. But you have to work with physical exercise (just 35 minutes walking). I feel better and my blood pressure isn`t as high as it was.

  • There are several components to treating thrush at home. One resource I discovered that successfully combines these is the Fergs Fungal System (check it out on google) without a doubt the most useful resource i’ve heard of. look at the awesome info.

  • There are many factors in reducing thrush quickly. One resource I discovered which succeeds in merging these is the Fergs Fungal System (google it if you’re interested) it’s the most incredible plan that I have ever heard of. Check out all the amazing info.

  • USE COLLOIDAL SILVER!!! Don’t waste your time. I used colloidal silver spray that I bought from the (vitamin shoppe) My daughters thrush was gone in 3-4 days and never ever came back. I wasted a month and a half on medication that doctors prescribed. They are useless idiots. And my baby suffered needlessly. Colloidal silver, colloidal silver, colloidal silver from vitamin shoppe. Buy the spray. Spray in your baby’s mouth 2-3 times in a few days it gone. No drs visits no crying screaming baby no copays and no suffering for you little one. I wish more ppl were honest and didn’t talk so much bs. Colloidal Silver about $11-12 dollars and done. Peace of mind. Happy beautiful baby.

  • If you care about your baby pls do research this medicine before giving to your small!
    Find out why it’s band in certain countries. Thx

  • My baby’s mouth is too small I can’t use the cloth option I even bought a finger brush but yet again it’s too big for his mouth, his tongue is so white I wanna clean his tongue and gums/cheeks but I can’t seem to figure out what to use…I bought a tiny tooth brush so hope this will work.. I don’t want my son to stuffer from thrush

  • There are many factors in treating thrush at home. One place I discovered which successfully combines these is the Fergs Fungal System (google it if you’re interested) it’s the most useful guide that I’ve seen. Check out all the amazing information.

  • Breastfeeding is one of the ultimate hardest things I’ve ever done. It was extremely painful, mentally draining, exhausting, etc. now I’m at 16 months and my daughter is giving me a very hard time about weaning. It’s all been very stressful but I’m glad I was able to do it. But now I’m over it lol. I believe having a newborn would have been more enjoyable for me had I gone the formula route though

  • Omg I finally just got rid of thrush. Luckily, my baby didn’t ever get it. I did a yeast cleanse and took the special antibiotics which I could tell we’re helping, but at the same time I got a case of food poisoning and after that I had no pain so I wonder if the food poisoning just cleared out the yeast in my system or if it was the supplements. Either way I am glad it’s gone!

  • If anyone is interested in treating thrush naturally the greatest success that I have ever had was by using the Fergs Fungal System (just google it) without a doubt the no.1 info i’ve tried.

  • Good info the greatest info that i’ve had was by following the Fergs Fungal System (just google it) I found it the most incredible info that I’ve seen.

  • At the end of the day, FED is best! Olive would want what’s best for you too, because the best you is the best momma to her.:) You got this Hannah!

  • There are many factors in treating thrush at home. One resource I found which succeeds in merging these is the Fergs Fungal System (check it out on google) definately the best resource that I’ve seen. Check out all the super info.

  • I have a 2 month old who is battling thrush, and I purchased the RAW probiotics to try; however it says to be used on babies 3 months and older.  When did you start using this brand with your little ones?

  • If anyone is interested in treating thrush naturally the best results that ive ever had was by following the Fergs Fungal System (i found it on google) without a doubt the best info i’ve followed.

  • Jamie, can you tell me the brand for the colloidal silver? is that the only thing you swabbed in babies mouth or did you also swab the GSE?

  • Typical treatment method never gives you the permanent result. They’re no more than the short-term fixes. They force you to rely upon them to cope with with Candida infection, maybe your entire life. Good news is, there’s an alternative way to terminate Candida infection within 2 months, by 100 % natural means, with no medication at all.

  • Can you tell me the name of the probotics and how I can go about getting them? I’ve been having problems with thrush for months now. Thank you!!

  • hi guys, the greatest info that ive ever had was with the Fergs Fungal System (i found it on google) I found it the most useful resource that I have ever followed.

  • There are several factors in treatments for thrush. One plan I discovered which succeeds in merging these is the Fergs Fungal System (check it out on google) definately the most incredible guide that I’ve seen. Check out the incredible information.

  • Try drinking 2 tbs of organic raw unfiltered apple cider vinegar in 8oz of water 2 xs a day and it will get rid of ur acne and excrete excess hormones and toxins it does wonders and wont have any side effects. I do this and it has done wonders for my body.

  • I nursed my first for 6 weeks and it was the hardest. I cried. I totally feel your pain and guilt. But now with my second, I’m going on almost 8 months and it’s been so much easier. Things are just so much harder the first time around. You’re amazing no matter what ��

  • You write: It got rid of my thrush in ONE WEEK!!! It was truly incredible!!! Watch to find out what it is!
    But you left us all hanging and did not mention what you used that helped you! Please list the things you used.

  • I have spent months researching best natural cure for thrush and found a fantastic resource at Fergs Fungal System (google it if you’re interested)

  • If anyone is interested in treating thrush at home the best results that I have had was with the Fergs Fungal System (i found it on google) definately the best info that I’ve seen.

  • Something my lactation consultant told me was to get direct sunlight on my nipples.  I would sit in front of a window for about 15 minutes a day. Also after you nurse your baby let your nipples air dry. THROW AWAY any bottles or pacifiers your baby used while they had thrush too! My daughter and I had it for about 2 weeks, luckily it went away and hasn’t came back! 

  • I had my baby girl a week after you and I’ve had some very similar difficulties with breast feeding. I have one flat-ter nipple and had to use a shield with it. After doing some research I was finally able to train her off it but we still really struggle latching on that side. I also got mastitis, it’s rough. I really think the only reason I’m keeping with it is COMPLETELY selfish. I gained 45 pounds during my pregnancy (as is common in my family). And breastfeeding is what helped everyone get all of their weight off and more. I do wonder if I can last very long for “the wrong reasons”.

  • The crazy delirium people have about formula vs breast milk is nuts. I was a formula baby an I’m fine. My son had a difficult time with different formulas, but hes very healthy and advanced for his age. There is nothing wrong as long as you’re healthy and you’re baby is healthy. I struggled with not being able to, but I wanted what was best for him. You’re doing great Hannah and Olive; hugs!

  • Solution found, After longtime of soreness (Olive oil) was the extraordinary solution, try it three times a day, 5-10 minutes rinsing. (+95% of symptoms will disappear)

  • Hey Hannah, thanks for these videos. I am a single guy, but I have five sisters who I think would really benefit from being able to watch your journey when it’s their turn for this wonderful process. I’ll be sure to suggest your videos to them, it’s been so educational.
    Also, I am someone who worked with dairy animals (and it’s kinda similar with humans) you provided the colostrum to your child (the first 4 days of breastfeeding) and that is the most important and formula still allows normal development post-colostrum. I’ve seen calves and kids raised on both mothers milk for weeks and just for a few days, all developed normally. Also, my mother had three children after me, and there is no difference between my formula siblings and my milk raised siblings (I was formula raised after colostrum, partly due to unrelated respiratory issues which prohibited my mother from being able to feed me.)
    You’re a great mom.

  • Some breastfeeding is better than nothing!! It’s good that you breastfed even if it was just for some time. Breast feeding helps babies get antibodies w/out having to get sick/exposed to germs. It also gives them better fat distribution/can be less prone to asthma (anecdotally, but makes sense). Thanks from someone not breastfed. Also, for those who can’t breastfeed, sometimes you can get breastmilk from a bmilk bank.

  • Hey everyone, the best info that I have had was by following the Fergs Fungal System (i found it on google) definately the most useful resource that I’ve followed.

  • I love how you explain everything! I struggled too. I never slept, pumped constantly, ate fenugreek and barley had a chance to eat or drink because i was alone with her 6 days of the week. I stopped, felt incredibly guilty but then I started to bond with her which i never got to do before because i was overly exhausted and always crying. She’s 4 months now and a happy baby��

  • We have had this problem for over a month now.. We give her daktarin, I also apply it on me, I give her lemon juice and she hates it. She usually throws up after giving her any form of “medicine”. I give her some water after feeding so milk won’t remain on her tongue.. I have bought new bottles and pacifiers and I sterilize those daily and wash them over and over. It just won’t go away, it gets worse! And it seems like the thrush is painful to her too as she starts crying and fidgeting every time I try to feed her! I feel terrible, so sorry for her and I am desparate..

  • What finally got rid of it for your daughter or did you end up stop breastfeeding? I’m getting so discouraged trying to get rid of thrush for my son and I!:(

  • Hello the greatest info that I have had was with the Fergs Fungal System (i found it on google) definately the most helpful info i’ve followed.

  • Did anyone have symptoms of their baby having thrush & their baby is throwing up mucus and their formula/BM almost all day long????

  • Colloidal silver isn’t considered safe or effective for any of the health claims manufacturers make. Silver has no known purpose in the body….Colloidal silver products are usually marketed as dietary supplements that are taken by mouth.

  • Hi! How old was your baby when you used the colloidal silver? My daughter is 2months old, and I want to try because she gets extremely bad stomach pain from the nystatin:(

  • I have anemia, I weighed 169 when I delivered my second child and now I’m 125 and he’s only 2 months… its very draining… I’ve broken down a couple times cause of how sick I feel after pumping 10-15oz a day… I breastfed my daughter for 6months! I chose to stop because I was getting sick. no one judges what you choose to do. she’s your child and its your body,never let anyone say what your doing is wrong. its not! theres some women who can not produce milk and they give their child formula. Breastfeeding is a bonding experience. but it does effect your body. I formula feed and breast feed my son and he’s fine, he’s active. there’s no such thing as the “right way” of feeding YOUR CHILD. I’m happy you chose to stop because you needed,and wanted to����

  • I’ve been studying reducing thrush at home and found a fantastic resource at Fergs Fungal System (google it if you’re interested)

  • I pumped for a year, breast fed for a bit in the beginning. It is by far the hardest thing I’ve ever done!!! Do not feel guilty if it’s not what you end up doing, a happy mom and a baby with a full tummy is all that matters. I have so much respect for a mom that can do what’s right for her too!! Stay strong lady!

  • Good info the best results that i’ve ever had was by using the Fergs Fungal System (just google it) without a doubt the most incredible method that I have ever tried.

  • Great Video! Apologies for chiming in, I would appreciate your thoughts. Have you researched Patlarny Proper Cure Principle (do a search on google)? It is an awesome exclusive product for Curing your Yeast Infection minus the headache. Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my friend at last got excellent success with it.

  • I totally understand this! With my first pregnancy, I breastfed for 6 weeks and the entire 6 weeks I had mastitis. It would literally just switch between my two breasts. I had cracked nipples, bleeding, engorgement, etc. I tried pumping (which I personally hated more). This was 8 years ago, I don’t regret stopping and I never had bonding issues with my son.
    I now just had my second (girl) and I tried again breastfeeding. As soon as I started developing mastitis (9 days), I got antibiotics which made me break out in a rash on my right breast. So I have stopped on the right breast but still do the left. However, I don’t feel significant bonding when it comes to breastfeeding. I bond more with the other things I do with my babies. This time I don’t feel guilt in doing formula feedings because of already going through that struggle with the first. It is counterproductive to your health and your baby’s health if it is overwhelming and causing extreme pain. I would rather look back at this time with the image of me smiling with a relaxed baby drinking a bottle than me crying and sick with a tense baby breastfeeding. This kind of stuff needs to be talked about more. Great topic!:)

  • Very good video thank you. This is the first time I’ve dealth with thrush with my baby. She’s my 4th child. Great tips on disposing of frozen breast milk and sanitizing pacifiers and i should do my breast pump also.
    Very helpful thanks:)

  • I have spent months investigating reducing thrush naturally and found an awesome website at Fergs Fungal System (look it up on google)

  • Hey everyone, the greatest results that ive had was by following the Fergs Fungal System (i found it on google) without a doubt the most incredible resource that I’ve tried.

  • People love to push “breast is best”. They make you feel terrible for choosing formula. They never really tell you how hard it is… especially if your trying to heal from giving birth. I’m a first time mom and I tore in 3 places. I could barely walk, sit or get on and off my bed for days. It would have been nice to be able to share feeding duties with my husband. Don’t feel bad you know what’s right for you and your baby!

  • There are several components to treating thrush naturally. One resource I discovered which successfully combines these is the Fergs Fungal System (google it if you’re interested) it’s the most useful plan that I have ever seen. Check out the incredible info.

  • My son found a tooth brush on the floor. �� it wasn’t washed baby put it in his mouth he got thrush the next day. Trying to get rid of it. It’s more in the back of throat and back roof of mouth. How to you get to the back of the throat. This is recking my nervous system. My boy is 1. And my nipples are fine and no symptoms with nipples

  • Thank you for sharing this. I too struggled with breastfeeding and I think my milk depleted from using bottles in between. When I went back to work after 3 months I would pump at work for 45 minutes and often fall asleep & wake up covered in milk. I would end up with 1/3 of a bottle. We dealt with thrush on me and the baby’s mouth. We used gentian violet and it turns your nipple and areola purple and the baby’s mouth and everything else it touches. I recall the thrush hurting so bad. I too also got hives but they were large like the size of yiur hand all over my body. Apparently you can also get hives from strawberries and taking too kuch ibuprofen, which I was doing since I had a bad cold and I couldn’t take cold medicine. I feel what you are going through and send MOM support to you all the way! My son is now 10 [11 in October] and in 5th grade and he doesnt have allergies or anything medically wrong out of the ordinary. Things happen for a reason & your sweet Olive [Love the name btw] will grow up just how she is supposed to. Check out my vids if you want to see my son when he was a bit younger being crazy. ♡ to you!

  • My baby did not like formula at all i gave him about 4 different annd he didnt like it.he would gag. Im glad i breast feed for 2 years. Breastmilk is sweet and he loved it and would’nt gag.

  • There are many components to reducing thrush naturally. One plan I discovered which succeeds in merging these is the Fergs Fungal System (check it out on google) it’s the most incredible guide i’ve heard of. Check out the unbelievable information.

  • Hey There! Thank you for this helpful video. By the way, I hear many people keep on talking about Uritrafe Remedy (just google it), but I’m not sure if it is good. Have you thought about home remedy called Uritrafe Remedy? I have heard some incredible things about it and my buddy completely cures his UTI naturally with this remedy.

  • There are a few factors in reducing thrush at home. One resource I found that succeeds in merging these is the Fergs Fungal System (google it if you’re interested) definately the most useful blueprint i’ve seen. look at all the awesome information.

  • There are a few components to treating thrush at home. One resource I found that successfully combines these is the Fergs Fungal System (google it if you’re interested) it’s the most helpful resource that I’ve seen. look at all the awesome info.

  • I so need to try this, my little one has thrush right now and I think it bothers me more than it does him, and I’m going CRAZY! I just have one question on the colloidal silver, I’m seeing there are different strengths (10 PPM-30 PPM) which one did you use?

  • Why Disney you call Dr. Office we call medication. An antifungal that you give to baby and you apply it to nipples, best after feeding baby give it to baby and swab nipples, 7 to 14 days.

  • Here’s something: you need to self care. You need to take of yourself as well Olive. A happy Hannah is key to making this journey for both of you a great one.

    With my son, as a heavier person the different holds were hard and he was very, very little just under 5 lbs. I also felt like I wasn’t producing enough. Pumping sucked for me. So my son was more formula fed than breastfed. I know a little how you feel. Please don’t beat yourself up and don’t let the sancti-moms and their judgment get you down.

  • You did amazing!!! And I totally understand what you’re going through!!! I think every mama going through bf issues feels the exact same feelings! Such relief but also incredible doubt and disappointment. You’re incredible and 5 weeks probably felt like eternity but you gave her 5 weeks worth of liquid gold vs nothing at all. Congrats!!! And she’ll be perfect!

  • If you are interested in treating thrush naturally the greatest success that i’ve ever had was by following the Fergs Fungal System (i found it on google) I found it the most incredible resource i’ve followed.

  • Thrush is painless? Highly inaccurate. Just had my daughter to the doctor today. Said it makes a child’s mouth feel like it’s on fire. Why my daughter has been screaming her head off very fussy and irritable.

  • You are wonderful mother and so devoted to your family’s well being. Focus in how healthy your baby is and how much you have accomplished in motherhood already. Take it easy.

  • When my baby and I had thrush, it was because I had had to take antibiotics and didn’t think about taking measures to prevent yeast issues. I tried every one of these methods plus others(staying off bread and sugar, gention violet, etc., etc.). It ended up just getting worse(my nipples looked like they were going to fall off and my baby was bleeding from her mouth and bottom, she was so miserable). I shudder just thinking about it. It got to the point that I was crying every time it was time to feed my baby and she was up all night crying. I thought about going to see the doc but I had read and heard that the antifungal meds they give work, but create potential for it to come back. So I ended up just continuing to fight it using whatever natural methods I could find. The thing that finally kicked it in the butt was raw, unprocessed, non gmo coconut oil. I took 1-2 tbsp at a time 3-4 times a day and it was completely gone within 4 days. I continued taking it for a few more days just to make sure it was gone. Coconut oil is really hard to take but the result was definitely worth every dose and then some.

  • Wish I would have known this a few months ago! My daughter had thrush and we went insane trying to get rid of it! Thanks for the info! Nice to know for baby number 2!

  • I have spent months studying treating thrush naturally and found an awesome resource at Fergs Fungal System (google it if you are interested)

  • Sometimes breast feeding is not as easy as some new mommy’s think it is. Some can breast feed till their child is two years old. Some have issue since baby been born. I can’t say because my son was born premi. He got some of my milk. But my milk wasn’t enough. So nice gave him formula.

  • If anyone is interested in best treatment for thrush the best info that I have ever had was by using the Fergs Fungal System (just google it) I found it the best resource that I have ever followed.

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  • My busband was the one who said: just stop it right nowwww, take the baby away from your boob, the day that i put her to breastfeed and started screaming of pain, my two nipples are retroverted? Idk the exact word, but even when pumping sometimes the milk was bright red, i only did it for one week, then i stop for one week and started breastfeeding maybe 2-3 times a day, finally at 7 months i had stones in my bladder and i was prescribed antibiotics for that and withing 24 hours my milk dried up. I still live with the guilt of not exclusively breastfeeding, but my daughter is perfect and healthy so thats what matter the most. PLEASE DONT FEEL GUILTY, we moms know it is not an easy road.

  • Whatever is best for your sanity for the baby. At least you pumped and breastfed this long. As people say, each drop counts. I applaud you for everything you are doing as a mother. Best of luck to you!

  • I have thrush on my tongue and my dad said that I have to gargle vinegar which Hurts so much and I cried a bit, I always stick my tongue out cause everyti e I touch it, it hurts

  • So my question would be if I use colloidal silver and I have thrush or white stuff on my burning tounge, do I apply the silver around my mouth or on my tounge

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  • I found a cure that worked in about a minutes time! Hydrogen Peroxide on your tongue (don’t swallow it) and then wash it off. Thrush is gone within minutes

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  • Hello! Hannah congratulations on your baby, I’m sad about you’re problems that made you decide not breastfeeding any more, with my first baby I give him mixed lactancy if you could give him/her a few onzes of breastmilk that would help.him/her a lot, I did that, I pump out the milk and give it to him in bottles, with my second child I breastfeed her it’s hard actually but I save so much money

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  • I did not breast feed neither of my kids because both of my nipples are like your “bad” one and I did not have the patience to keep trying either so they both got formula from day one. my daughter is turning 22 on Thursday’ and in December she will graduate as a registered nurse w her bachelors always has been healthy as a horse
    My son 17 6’7 and a senior in high school also very smart and a on the variety basket ball team. Breast feeding yes is good blah blah blah but in my eyes is all about how you raise your kids and how involved you are in there every day life’s how they turn out it has nothing to do with if they where breast feed or not. All that matters is that she is well feed and loved. And can I add she is the cutest olive ever ��

  • I’m so sorry you have had such a tough time mama! You have to do what’s best for both of you! Please be at peace with your decision and know that Olive loves you unconditionally no matter what. You are an amazing mama. Also… If you want some breast milk, i have a stash you are welcome to some! Love you all! ��

  • I’ve been studying top natural treatment for thrush and discovered an awesome website at Fergs Fungal System (google it if you’re interested)

  • Im a mama that quite too but don’t feel guilty. You have a million things to do and care for your baby and yourself and breastfeeding is just one aspect. Remember fed is best. If you are able to be a better mother to your baby emotionally and mentally bc you can formula feed that’s more important

  • Stop taking medications and creams bla bla take a cut up clove of garlic every day never worry about getting sick, infections, and many many more benefits

  • I have been a quiet viewer for quite some time now and I have really loved your pregnancy series because we fell pregnant literally weeks apart. I’ve also had a hard time with breastfeeding. First, I wasn’t producing ANY milk; then nurses said I had to supplement with formula because my baby lost too much weight; then my lactation consultant said I needed to stop supplementing with a bottle and use all these funny little devices to try to “trick” my child into believing the formula is coming from my breast (so that he wouldn’t reject my breast when my supply did come in); then I had to pump every 2-3 hours to get my supply up. Add into this mix the need to remember when to take all my herbs and medicines and I can confidently say that I’m exhausted! I just wanted to say thank you for sharing your story it really does help to know that I’m not alone!

  • Can I just run the bottles etc through the hot dishwasher? I do this daily. Nystatin isn’t killing his thrush after 3 weeks. I need a better fix

  • After you apply on the mouth, how long must you wait until you can eat? Do you have to rinse the gentian violet from your mouth after using it?