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Hi Debbie, That`s fantastic about your bub’s weight! I am thrilled for you!!! Re the reaction, if the reaction doesn`t happen each time h...

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Hi, I think it is always important to follow up on any concerns (and particularly to trust your instincts). Even though your GP is happy with your...

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Hi Rentha, It sounds like things are getting worse at home, rather than better. Unfortunately, this can happen with reflux!! Unfortunately, it can...

Answered: 15 May 2009
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Hi Cassie, This is now Alyssa`s routine. For things to change you need to set new rules. Children thrive on having boundaries set and you need to...

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Hi, It is about this age toddlers stop the daytime nap so don`t make a battle out of it. I would definitely recommend some quiet time with a low k...

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Hi, All children thrive on routine and boundaries set so if you can incorporate a regular routine this is best. Keep in mind when a chid falls as...

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Hi, These sorts of exercises are great during pregnancy. It is good to try to use these muscles during pregnancy as they help strengthen your back...

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Hi Danni, I`m a midwife dealing with pregnancy, childbirth and newborns. It`s best to direct your feeding questions to Leanne, or see your Early C...

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Hi, Engagement is sometimes called ‘lightening’ as it may ease some of the pressure under your ribs – when the baby drops it sit...

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Hi Tania, It is really up to you when you start to try for another baby. If you are breast feeding this may affect your ovulation so it may take a...

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Hi Kellie, Sometimes there are sleeping difficulties during pregnancy. You could try to get some regular exercise such as walking or swimming and ...

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Hi, More than likely it is not pre-eclampsia. This condition is more common in first pregnancies and quite often there are no obvious symptoms oth...

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Hi, You need to talk to your midwife again and ask her to please explain things a bit more clearly to you. Write a list of questions that you are ...

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Hi, Some women can experience more severe ovulation pain after a tubal ligation. If you are not overly sensitive to ovulation cramps then you may ...

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Hi Bec, At this stage in the pregnancy this enlargement can be present. It may be an indication of a problem with the heart but usually it is diff...

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Hi, This condition is from hormonal changes that occur after the birth. It does happen to everyone and it is often different with every birth. The...

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Hi There, Sounds like you are both going well. I am going to work on baby being 9 months because, potentially, by the time you get this she will ...

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Hi Nadine, Thanks for your question about your current situation; you certainly are not alone as a new mother trying to manage sleep, quiet times,...

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Hi, It could take many weeks to produce enough milk for your baby now and the baby has not learnt to feed from the breast so he would find it frus...

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Hi Belinda, You need to discuss your options with your medical health professionals. They may be able to offer some other forms of pain relief, su...

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Hi Kim, Yes routines can be hard with infants as they are always changing, just as you get used to one routine another one creeps in. Most bubs ...

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Hi Antoinette, Sounds like you are going great with Adam. It is likely that you have two options. Firstly, you can persevere with offering formu...

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Hi There, Sounds like you have a little girl who knows just what she likes! Generally, it comes down to repetition and opportunity. I would rec...

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Hi Amanda, Its so great to hear back from members, so thanks for taking the time to update me. Sounds like you are well on the road to recovery r...

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Hi, It sounds like you are doing it tough with your little one but you are doing a fantastic job; keep it up it does get better. Reflux babies a...

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Hi Kylie, It sounds like your little boy is very uncomfortable, though despite that, it sounds like you are doing a great job. Well done for conti...

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Hi, Has your son been diagnosed with reflux? If not I’d recommend that you speak to your doctor about the possibility of reflux (and keep pe...

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Hi Bell, If you can try to separated them for a couple of weeks while you get a new routine happening for baby. Try our It`s Time To Sleep techniq...

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Hi Tiffany, You may still expect to offer one overnight feed for a little longer but for other waking try resettling using our It`s time To Sleep ...

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Hi, I recommend you follow a feed/play/sleep routine and always resettle baby awake into the cot after a night feed. You would expect to feed 4 ho...

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