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Hi Jenn, That is not necessarily an easy question to answer – how to tell when he is better, especially when his medication is keeping the r...

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Hi, From about 6 months a baby should be able to sleep 7pm to 7am without and overnight feed so she is waking out of habit for the bottle now. If ...

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Hi, Yes it would be a good time to put him in his own bed, say good night and leave the door open, only close it if there has been several attempt...

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Hi, The baby is really growing much faster now so you will be more aware of the movements. You notice them more when you are at rest and it is pro...

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Hi, It may be too early to tell what is happening. If you are not bleeding heavily, you are more than likely still pregnant. See how you go over t...

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Hi, It does sound as if you are having a tough time. It is very uncomfortable coping with Whooping Cough and it can take a while to get over. Try ...

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Hi, There are increased risks of bleeding after the birth with the more caesareans that you have. There can also be problems with the placenta dur...

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Hi, These are all fine. Please read the labels on the products that you are using to check the safeness. Also it is advisable to use the paint and...

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Hi, Perhaps you should cut back to 2 per day. It is always advisable not to overdo any particular part of your diet when pregnant and to eat a var...

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Hi, If your daughter is 12 months old you can start to introduce cow’s milk and she does not need as much breast milk. You can reduce the nu...

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Hi, Now is a great time to work out what sort of care you are expecting during the pregnancy and birth. There are birth centres, midwife led care ...

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Hi, This discomfort sounds perfectly normal. As the baby gets heavier it will put pressure on some parts of your body. Best wishes, Alex

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Hi Paul, Sounds like apart from a tummy upset at times all is going well, well done to you both. It tends to be more common that bubs get a litt...

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Hi There, Generally it is a matter of repetition and opportunity, in other words, offer baby a little formula before a feed, take it away if she r...

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Hi Shan, I have to say that to me your intuition is on the right track. We can get so much advice that our own inner knowledge gets `over talked`...

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Hi Amanda, One of the most common issues around constipation in children is fluid. Constipation is dry hard stools that are difficult to pass. Th...

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Hi There, It sounds like you got of to a good start and at the right point. It may be possible that you hit a food that didn`t agree with baby, s...

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Hi There, My first thought is a concern about your caloric intake, most commonly `shakes` are low in calories. One of the few times in life where ...

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Hi There, This is an area I have been asked a lot about and have put together a fact sheet on it, which is now on my web site (www.sneakys.com.au ...

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Hi Rachael, I have to say that allergies are one of those areas that are difficult to put your finger on. Yes by all means it could be the sunscr...

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Hi Hayley, is it possible that the change in baby`s feeding routine is due to teething? It is reasonably common that bubs will feed more often (wi...

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Hi There, Leg cramps are common in magnesium deficient people. You might like to pop down to your local health food shop and ask them about a chi...

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Hi, Thanks for your interesting question. It is common for reflux symptoms to change as babies/children get older so it is possible that this is...

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Hi Jo, It is always preferable to go into labour naturally. If there are medical concerns for the mother or baby for the pregnancy to continue the...

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Hi There, Yes that is just right, formula before solids at least until 9 months. Breastmilk for example as about 54% fat, formula of course is ba...

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Hi There, There can be many reasons why a bub changes her feeding routine, sometimes teething can see them wanting to suck more as the pressure c...

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Hi There, Sounds to me as though you are both going just great. Two to three milk feeds a day at 9 months is pretty much what you would expect. ...

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Hi There, Well I think your English is just fine, I totally understood your question. I have a friend who gave both her boys breastmilk in a bo...

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Hi Becky, Ultimately how much your bub eats will be best determined by your baby. If you think your baby would cope with a little more then tha...

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Hi Barbara, I think you sound like a great mum, checking in with the changes, of which there have been many even in my few short years as a mum i...

Answered: 22 Jan 2009