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EBF = Expressed of Exclusive?

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QTPie Thu 11-Apr-13 12:14:41

Is the E in EBF "Expressed" or "Exclusive". I always thought the former, but a, now getting quite confused when I read some people's posts - does it actually mean "Exclusive" instead?


FrustratedSycamoresRocks Thu 11-Apr-13 12:17:13

I always thought it was exclusively. (It's what the health visitors put in the red book) .
Expressed is ebm, (expressed breast milk)

Or at least that's what I've always thought.

5madthings Thu 11-Apr-13 12:21:00

Yes it means exclusive it can also be use to mean extended ie feeding an older toddler/pre school age child tho i prefer to think of it as natural term bfeeding rather than extended bfeeding as extended makes it sound as tho its unusual/not normal to do when infact it is the biological norm.

5madthings Thu 11-Apr-13 12:21:31

And yes ebm is expressed breast milk smile

QTPie Thu 11-Apr-13 13:43:54

Thank you very much - it must have been EBM that made me think it was "expressed".

Now I willbe considerably less confused when I read posts smile

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