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Hi, The pressure just may be where the position of the baby for now. It will move away form that area soon. Try to do lots of pelvic floor exercis...

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Hi, Please read the information on the packaging of the product and if nothing is mentioned then it is fine. Best wishes, Alex

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Hi Shar, Breast feeding is not easy and it takes several weeks for both mother and baby to learn how to feed. It is important to give it a go as i...

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Hi There, There are really only very general guidelines for the amount of formula, all babies are different and at the end of the day your baby is...

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Hi Karen, There`s no hard and fast rules here. It`s really up to you and Chiara! You may find she`s really responsive to books and want to read ...

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Hi, Some babies do regress after a few weeks to try you out. You need to be consistent with the techniques. Now you are trying different things he...

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Hi Bianca, He has probably been experiencing 8 month separation anxiety and this will pass but in the meantime it can be easy to create unwanted h...

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Hi, It can become a game so offer a drink about an hour before bed (not too close to bedtime) then potty before nappy and bed. If they wee in the ...

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Hi, Firstly be sure she is settled awake into the cot initially at night and also after her 1am feed so you know she is not relying on the feed as...

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Hi, Between 2 to 2 1/2 is the usual age depends on your circumstances really if you need the cot for another baby or not, my son went into a big b...

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Hi, With your first baby you tend to start to feel slight movements from around 20 weeks. These start as little flutters and then become more defi...

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Hi, You can sleep in any position that you feel comfortable. It will not harm the baby. Best wishes, Alex

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Hi Jess, You may need to go to your GP for a check up as I am not sure if you mean fluid or bruising. It is better that you have yourself checked....

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Hi, You should have no problems producing milk when the baby is born. Best wishes, Alex

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Hi, I am sorry but you need to explain what was 11 cm? Was it the back the arm or a leg? If the scan agreed with your dates and said the baby was ...

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Hi, You can try doing some yoga for pregnancy as this will help. Also swimming and regular long walks can also help. Best wishes, Alex

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Hi Tasha, If you think that you are leaking amniotic fluid you need to have it checked out. Best wishes, Alex

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Hi China, You need to visit your GP for your baby to be checked. Talk to your GP about the risks of exposing your baby to the virus. Usually they ...

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Hi, It is best that you try to talk to someone about how you are feeling. You may need to visit your GP who can refer you on to counseling service...

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Hi, It`s best to direct your question to Leanne, or see your Early Childhood Health Centre. Best wishes, Alex

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Hi Tarron, This weight at 24 weeks sounds very normal to me. Keep up the good work. Best wishes, Alex

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Hi Leonie, There are a couple of options you might like to look into. There are now paediatric dentists, you may need a referral from your own l...

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Hi There, Yes that is very common, my son feed like a trooper until 9 months. Once their little tummy gets big enough to hold substantial food, ...

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Hi, Please don’t apologise for the long question – and I agree, the more information you can give the easier it generally is. However,...

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Hi, It is vital that she goes to sleep on her own so she is not looking for you comfort or presence when she wakes on her light sleep later. Babie...

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Hi, At 18 months this is extremely dangerous letting you son sleep in the pram through the night. While this is a relatively new habit, I would h...

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Hi Leonie, He is probably experiencing 8 month separation anxiety and tihs won`t be helping. Crying it out works but is much harsher than controll...

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Hi, Try following our It`s Time To Sleep settling program for Newborn to 6 months The program will take you step by step through the techniques, t...

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Hi, When a baby falls asleep in one place and is transferred and wakes in another place they cannot return to sleep without that same comfort. Ima...

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Hi Caroline, Perhaps give her 10 mins before turning her onto her back and do be sure you are not patting her off to sleep initially. Cheers, Maree

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