Questions tagged feed

Avatar Member
Sarah...
Answer:

Hi, During pregnancy your metabolism is faster so you can experience more perspiration in certain areas. This sounds fine. Best wishes, Alex

Answered: 01 Apr 2009
Avatar Member
Sarah...
Answer:

Hi, This condition occurs from an increase in a hormone called relaxin that is present in late pregnancy. It is not the baby opening your pelvis b...

Answered: 01 Apr 2009
Avatar Member
Sarah...
Answer:

Hi, Don’t worry, this happens sometimes especially if the placenta is at the front. If the cord beat was picked up then the baby’s hea...

Answered: 01 Apr 2009
Avatar Member
Sarah...
Answer:

Hi, Your midwife is right. It is probably pre labour and this can go on for a couple of days before labour actually kicks in. Try to get some rest...

Answered: 01 Apr 2009
Avatar Member
Leann...
Answer:

Hi Gina, Well done on getting rid of the bottles it can be a difficult step to take, a little like swinging from a branch to another one you cant ...

Answered: 01 Apr 2009
Avatar Member
Leann...
Answer:

Hi Meg, It is possible the straight cows milk upset her digestive system, for example it could have been colic. You might like to talk to a nutri...

Answered: 01 Apr 2009
Avatar Member
Leann...
Answer:

Hi There, How much milk you offer tens to depend on what other dairy and calcium-rich foods your toddler is eating. If he or she is eating a good ...

Answered: 01 Apr 2009
Avatar Member
Leann...
Answer:

Hi There, Any restricted diet is tough and even touu are the cook. I would strongly recommend talking to a dietitian (over any other nutrition sp...

Answered: 01 Apr 2009
Avatar Member
Leann...
Answer:

Hi There, It sounds like you have had great support in the past with therapits and you would expect that any oral issue would have been picked up....

Answered: 01 Apr 2009
Avatar Member
Leann...
Answer:

Hi There, I think I may have some helpful sites for you on this one! One allergy is hard but multiple is tricky so I understand your concern. Ne...

Answered: 01 Apr 2009
Avatar Member
Leann...
Answer:

Hi Kayla, yes the move onto meat can seem a bit scary at first. You might find that fish is a good way to make the transition, for example you ca...

Answered: 01 Apr 2009
Avatar Member
Leann...
Answer:

Hi Rebecca, It might be a good idea to see a paedatric speech pathologist (most hospitals can refer you or you can find some in the yellow pages)....

Answered: 01 Apr 2009
Avatar Member
Glend...
Answer:

Hi Maria, Thank you for your question. To be honest, I`m not sure why your daughter would be having problems now when she never used to. Was she e...

Answered: 01 Apr 2009
Avatar Member
Sarah...
Answer:

Hi Brooke, Feta cheese is fine during pregnancy. Here is a link to healthy eating in pregnancy. http://www.foodauthority.nsw.gov.au/consumers/lif...

Answered: 22 Mar 2009
Avatar Member
Sarah...
Answer:

Hi Stacey, It may be either the placenta pulsing or you may be aware of the baby’s heart beat. It is not anything to worry about. Some women...

Answered: 22 Mar 2009
Avatar Member
Sarah...
Answer:

Hi, If the bleeding is vaginal and you have had a check up and a scan where everything was checked then you can continue with everything as normal...

Answered: 22 Mar 2009
Avatar Member
Sarah...
Answer:

Hi Selina, You need to give birth in a facility that is able to collect the blood (or have access to someone who can come & collect the blood). It...

Answered: 22 Mar 2009
Avatar Member
Sarah...
Answer:

Hi Kelly, See your early childcare health centre for advice, or if you have friends or family nearby, perhaps they could offer support. Best w...

Answered: 22 Mar 2009
Avatar Member
Sarah...
Answer:

Hi, More than likely there has been no harm done to you or the baby. Please visit another pharmacy for suitable medication for Thrush in pregnancy...

Answered: 22 Mar 2009
Avatar Member
Sarah...
Answer:

Hi Candice, Your baby is not in any pain. It is important to be aware that the kidneys are enlarged so when the baby is born he will need more tes...

Answered: 22 Mar 2009
Avatar Member
Sarah...
Answer:

Hi, This is a really bad habit and you need to be really firm to try to stop it. He will damage his teeth and it also has problems with weight gai...

Answered: 22 Mar 2009
Avatar Member
Sarah...
Answer:

Hi, Unfortunately this can happen sometimes. It is a matter of finding something that works for you. It may be snacking on small amounts of bland ...

Answered: 22 Mar 2009
Avatar Member
Sarah...
Answer:

Hi, I`m a midwife dealing with pregnancy, childbirth and newborns. It`s best to direct your feeding questions to Leanne, or see your Early Childho...

Answered: 22 Mar 2009
Avatar Member
Sarah...
Answer:

Hi Mitsy, These feelings are very normal and to be expected. Try to have an open attitude to the birth and what happens will happen. Remember that...

Answered: 22 Mar 2009
Avatar Member
Leann...
Answer:

Hi There, Yes usually by 9 months bubs will be able to cope with lumpy food and finger foods. By 12 months they should be away with most foods. ...

Answered: 22 Mar 2009
Avatar Member
Leann...
Answer:

Hi There, I think if there is any concern about your daughters frame and growth it is best to pop into your GP and have him or her look things ov...

Answered: 22 Mar 2009
Avatar Member
Leann...
Answer:

Hi There, Yes most bubs are fine on yoghurt from 6-7 months. The usual yoghurts I think are the best, as you say they don`t have added sugar, sw...

Answered: 22 Mar 2009
Avatar Member
Leann...
Answer:

Hi There, It does sound like some is a little amiss, there are a few options to consider. Firstly you could pop into your GP and ask if he or sh...

Answered: 22 Mar 2009
Avatar Member
Leann...
Answer:

Hi Lauren, As I was reading your question it occurred to me to ask if there might be a connection between the two? If he has say for example, in...

Answered: 22 Mar 2009
Avatar Member
Leann...
Answer:

Hi Deneise, Well you might have me there, Jalna is I think one of the creamiest yoghurts, you can even get a lovely peach one that has no added s...

Answered: 22 Mar 2009