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Hi, He really should be able to sleep through from 7pm to7am without an overnight feed from about 6 months. As long as you continue to offer the b...

Answered: 08 Mar 2009
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Hi, From about 6 months he should be able to sleep 7pm to 7am without an overnight feed. It sounds like he is getting plenty to eat so I think thi...

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Hi Tricia, At 5 months you would expect baby to still be waking once over night and by about 6 months baby should be able to sleep through 7-7. Fo...

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Hi, You would expect to be feeding a newborn around 4 hourly so I would say he may be grazing and comfort feeding a bit of the time. At 12 weeks y...

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Hi Sonya, At this age you would expect to be feeding at least every 4 hours so twice a night would be normal. Feeding times of around 2,6,10,2,6,1...

Answered: 08 Mar 2009
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Hi, Your daughters changes came about around the time baby experience 8 month separation anxiety and unfortunately sometimes new and unwanted habi...

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Hi, I`m a midwife dealing with pregnancy, childbirth and newborns. It`s best to direct your sleep related questions to Maree, or see your Early Ch...

Answered: 01 Mar 2009
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Hi, If no other problems were found during your scan, this is most likely to be an amniotic sheet, rather than a band. Structures within the amnio...

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Hi Pat, It is important to try to let your body heal and it takes at least 6 weeks for everything to get back to a pre pregnant state. Try to buil...

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Hi Nicola, This is fine. Your breasts leak at night as this is when the hormone that produces the milk is at a higher level. They probably will co...

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Hi Martina, Pelvic pressure tends to be quite common in late pregnancy and an extra hormone is produced about now that also helps loosen all your ...

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Hi Courtney, You may need to see your GP or midwife as you may have a small hernia that is causing you discomfort. Best wishes, Alex

Answered: 01 Mar 2009
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Hi Nichole, This is an area I have been asked a lot about and have put togeter a fact sheet on it, which is now on my web site (www.sneakys.com.au...

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Hi Stacey, Fussy eating can really have you pulling your hair out! I have a five year old who is showing signs of coming out of it, but on glimpse...

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Hi There, Bits of milk and milk-alternatives can be included in baby`s foods for example in brekky, but aren`t generally offered as a drink until ...

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Hi There, Just as a quick note, and you may already have tried this, cheese and yoghurt are both very low in lactose (see below), also children ca...

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Hi Rhiannon, Thanks for contacting our organisation. Unfortunately, our group provides support and information on gastro-oesophageal reflux (GOR) ...

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Hi, Thanks for your question about your little girl and your enquiry about colic. There could be a range of reasons why your daughter screams and ...

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Hi, At 5 months you might still expect to be offering one overnight feed but not 2 feeds. After about 6 months baby should be able to sleep throu...

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Hi Vicky, He totally relies on you and simply does not know how to sleep without you. If you don`t change this then things won`t change. It`s s...

Answered: 01 Mar 2009
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Hi, She is winning the battle because she knows you will give in. If you are going to change this then you need to stay up all night if you have t...

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Hi Elyce, Tell me how you get your daughter to sleep if she won`t go into the cot and I can let you know where it`s going wrong. Cheers, Maree

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Hi, It`s heart breaking to have your little one want you and not to go I know, but he knows you will give in and that`s where it goes pear shaped....

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Hi Deanna, Oh you really have your hands full. Firstly your 19mo doesn`t need an overnight feed at all he is waking out of habit. I know how har...

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Hi, Talk to your health nurse or GP about easing the wind pain and once yuo have that under control you can try following a feed/play/sleep routi...

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Hi, My specialty is dealing with babies` sleep issues. It`s probably best to direct your question to Alex the midwife on our panel, as she has lot...

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Hi Carolyn, All babies are different but usually from about 6 months baby should be able to sleep 7pm to 7am without an overnight feed. You coul...

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Hi Jess, Try following our It`s Time To Sleep settling program for Newborn to 6 months and incorporate a feed/play/sleep routine. It`s all hands o...

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Hi, They are at an age where you can talk to them and you know they can understand so you need to make it very clear what you need to happen. You ...

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Hi, She is a fighter that`s for sure. I think she knows she can win if she hangs out long enough. You need to keep with the routine that was worki...

Answered: 01 Mar 2009