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Hi There, It can all get a bit confusing can`t it. Firstly, its important to keep in mind that it is the consistency of baby`s growth, so if he ha...

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Hi There, Another good question, I like these and I am sure the members like to read these also. To my way of thinking there are two types of tinne...

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Hi Penny, It really sounds like Hallie makes a game out of it all and has taken control over everyone. To change this you and hubby need to take ...

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Hi, An overtired baby is harder to settle. Perhaps some allocated quiet time in a darkened room with a low key video would be better than making a...

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Hi Katrina, You certainly don`t want to be trying to resettle a baby in pain. Try to get the wind problem under control, but also keep in mind tha...

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Hi Chantal, It`s hard to say exactly why the sudden change but I would strongly suggest you stop the driving to settle him as this becomes a terri...

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Hi, It does sound like she may be experiencing night terrors I have attached some information for you on this subject. Cheers, Maree Night Terr...

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Hi, To be honest she is not doing too bad, it would be great if we could all have a text book baby but it is unrealistic. What is realistic though...

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Hi Candan, It seems she is relying on your comfort to sleep initially at night and the comfort of the milk to return to sleep. I would suggest you...

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Hi, Some toddlers are just early risers and you would expect him to still be having one good early afternoon nap at this age and he is going down ...

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Hi, The risk of any damage from this would be extremely rare as the baby is very well protected at this stage. Talk to your GP for further reassur...

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Hi, This is very normal and to be expected. It is from the ligaments that support your uterus stretching. Best wishes, Alex

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Hi, Your labour more than likely will not begin until around 40 weeks. It is not unusual to have the baby sitting low. Try not to worry too much y...

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Hi Hayley, Cramps are very common in early pregnancy. If they are not associated with bleeding and are not severe and continual then everything sh...

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Hi Huzna, You have developed some mild antibodies. These usually do not cause any problems with the pregnancy. They may check your baby a bit more...

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Hi Lis, An increased discharge is to be expected in pregnancy. If it is smelly or green then you need a check up. If you are itchy in your vaginal...

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Hi Amanda, Things like this can be a bit different after birth and it does take some months to sort itself out. However, if you feel tha tit is mo...

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Hi, You need to have a check up with your GP. They can order a scan and blood tests. Best wishes, Alex

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Hi, You will be much more aware of labour next time around. Try not to worry too much there is usually lots of time to plan these things and every...

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Hi, It is not unusual to have a couple of due dates. Remember it is an EDC (estimated date of confinement) and babies are born at term from 38 wee...

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Hi, As long as you are not getting drunk now that you know that you are pregnant. Babies are very well protected in the early weeks so try not to ...

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Hi, You may also want to look at some alternative positions or to walk more during the labour so that the pushing sensation is reduced. Warm baths...

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Hi, The descent of the baby’s head is measured in 5the s so if the head is 3/5 above the brim, 2/5 is into the brim of the pelvis. When the ...

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Hi Katrina, I can imagine you must feel like your feet have barely touched ground! I can tell you that babies kidney`s don`t reach full functioni...

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Hi There, Sounds like you have a little gal who loves her food, which is fab! Its` common that bubs reject breast or bottle in favour of solids; ...

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Hi There, The first time around it can seem like a minefield of questions, but it all gets easier and easier, month by month. So, regarding solid...

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Hi Jason, We certainly do! At the Huggies Bookclub, we sort our books into age groups, so you can find the best book every time. Simply visit us...

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Hi, I’m sorry that things are so tough for you and your little boy. I’m sorry too that your doctor doesn’t seem to understand or...

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Hi Nicole, I have attached some information on night terrors for you. It`s ok to suggest resettling techniques but they need to be applied for all...

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Hi Natalie, Sometimes we try so many things that we end up confusing both baby and ourselves. Beacause of these inconsistencies in the settling ba...

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