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Hi, It may be ligament pain from the uterus stretching or you may have pulled a muscle at some stage. If it continues or becomes worse it is advis...

Answered: 15 Jul 2009
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Hi, It is very common to get ligament stretching pain at around 10 – 12 weeks. Mild cramps and bloating can also occur. Try not to worry to ...

Answered: 08 Jul 2009
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Maree...
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Hi Jo, I know how hard it can be ( I used to hate night time too) This has now become his sleep association and he knows you will give in to him a...

Answered: 08 Jul 2009
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Hi, She is catnapping but some babies are just poor daytime sleepers. You could try using our It`s Time To Sleep settling techniques to resettle h...

Answered: 08 Jul 2009
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Hi Sara, If the cot is still up I would take that down, you will need to be consistent otherwise she will have too many choices. I definitely wo...

Answered: 08 Jul 2009
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Hi, This means that the baby is about 2/5 into the brim of the pelvis. The baby is starting to engage but is still more at the top. This is great,...

Answered: 01 Jul 2009
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Hi Vanessa, It would seem this has become her sleep routine and she knows you will give in so she is winning the battle. To change this you will n...

Answered: 01 Jul 2009
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Hi, You usually feel movements from around 20 weeks with your first. It will start as a faint flutter and then over a few weeks it will become mor...

Answered: 29 Jun 2009
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Alex ...
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Hi, You should mention this to your midwife of doctor. You have weak pelvic floor muscles and need to exercise them many times each day. If you do...

Answered: 29 Jun 2009
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Alex ...
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Hi, Generally you can’t fall pregnant when you are menstruating unless you have a very short cycle. The egg is usually released day 14 of yo...

Answered: 29 Jun 2009
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Alex ...
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Hi, You can sleep on your belly for as long as it is comfortable for you. Best wishes, Alex

Answered: 29 Jun 2009
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Maree...
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Hi, I would reccommend you follow our It`s Time To Sleep settling program as it offers a clear and repetitive message that it`s time to sleep. Whe...

Answered: 29 Jun 2009
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Hi, Often it`s not about food but more about how we get baby to sleep. Baby needs to fall asleep independently by being put into her cot awake. I ...

Answered: 29 Jun 2009
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Alex ...
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Hi, This means that there is bleeding before gestation. It may be the start of a miscarriage but it is not a definite sign of problems. Best w...

Answered: 22 Jun 2009
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Alex ...
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Hi, This is nothing to worry about. As the baby grows it will run out of room so will have to head down towards the pelvis. Best wishes, Alex

Answered: 22 Jun 2009
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Alex ...
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Hi, You may need to have a check up with your GP. You may have an infection or thrush that may be causing your discomfort. Best wishes, Alex

Answered: 22 Jun 2009
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Hi, Yes this may be pregnancy related but if it persists you need to have a check up with your GP. Best wishes, Alex

Answered: 22 Jun 2009
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Hi, You need to see your GP or midwife for a check up as soon as possible. This is not a normal discharge in pregnancy so needs to be checked. ...

Answered: 22 Jun 2009
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Hi Mandy, It does sound like he is relying on the dummy as his sleep association, I would suggest you try to do away with it or at least remove it...

Answered: 22 Jun 2009
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Hi Jo, Your son simply doesn`t know how to sleep without you and until you allow him to fall asleep on his own in his own bed then things won`t ch...

Answered: 22 Jun 2009
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Hi Belinda, You need to stop offering the bottle during the night as they are waking out of habit for it as a comfort thing to return to sleep. Yo...

Answered: 22 Jun 2009
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Hi, If the wakeful period is middle of the night then I would consider keeping him up a bit more during the day but if it is early evening then th...

Answered: 22 Jun 2009
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Hi, It is normal for the uterus to contract during an orgasm. This occurs also when you are not pregnant but you may be more aware of this now tha...

Answered: 15 Jun 2009
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Hi, You can count the miscarriage as the first day of your cycle, that is, the first day of your period. However, your cycle can be a little longe...

Answered: 15 Jun 2009
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Hi, Morning sickness can continue throughout pregnancy but it usually decreases around 12 – 16 weeks. Don’t worry about it too much it...

Answered: 15 Jun 2009
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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...

Answered: 15 Jun 2009
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Hi, You may be more sensitive to movements or it may be your bowel movements that you can feel. IT is not usually until around 16 weeks that oyu s...

Answered: 08 Jun 2009
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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 ...

Answered: 08 Jun 2009
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Hi, Unfortunately firm is the one that is required otherwise she will know she can run all over you and get her way. You need to have a routine of...

Answered: 08 Jun 2009
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Maree...
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Hi, It is about this time that baby will go to one daytime nap anyway but the best thing is be guided by tired signs as every day won`t be the sam...

Answered: 08 Jun 2009
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