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“The Jersey Shore star, Nicole Polizzi snapped back a social-media user is on a Sunday that were critical of her for drinking the wine, while the bottle to feed her baby.
Polizzi also known as Snooki,” also posted a photo of her drinking a glass of wine while feeding her 2-month-old son, Angelo, on Instagram alongside the caption: “What’s that, mommy life with 2 kids and a baby?” THIS. #MomJuice #ImAGoodMomISwear.”
A user can quickly judge the 31-year-old’s actions, writing: “You are not suppose to drink alcohol if you are breast-feeding a baby.”
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But Polizzi has ensured that its voice was heard.
“you’re not a mother…. I have a couple of glasses once a week to stay sane with 3 kids. I will do whatever it takes to clean up my milk for my baby. Leave a mawma to live, and to remain at 17.”
In spite of its admission of some to drink while breastfeeding right now, Polizzi said in her 2013 book, “Baby Bumps” that they have decided to quit drinking while breast-feeding her firstborn son, Lorenzo, as she felt her breast milk is contaminated with alcohol.
“I could smell the sake bombs in the bottle,” she wrote, according to the New York Daily News. “My milk was so full of alcohol that I would have used it to start a bonfire in the garden. I was able to clean the toilet with it.”
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It is one of the fluids, the Mayo Clinic advises mothers to avoid while breast-feeding. Polizzi said she will do “whatever is necessary” in order to clean the milk from her. The clinic states it is online, that is, if you have to drink in order to “avoid breastfeeding until the alcohol is completely cleared your breast milk.”
Medical officials are advising that, depending on your body weight and how much you had to drink, and to wait for two to three hours for the alcohol to cear from your system. “Pumping and dumping does not speed the elimination of alcohol from the body, according to the Mayo Clinic.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said that “moderate” alcohol intake to a maximum of one standard drink per day, it is not known to be harmful to the child, especially if the mother for at least 2 hours after a drink before nursing.
However, in the development, growth, and sleep patterns of children who are exposed to alcohol by breaking down of milk may be affected if a mother is breastfeeding, as per the officials, that is to say: “don’t drink alcohol, it is the safest and most secure option for mothers who are breast-feeding.”