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Hi Lisa, Congratulations on the birth of your son :) Reflux can present from birth, or sometimes it will become apparent several months later. Th...

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Hi J, Well done for your GP to even consider reflux, it’s great to hear, as a lot of times it isn’t- simply because signs can be so v...

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Hi, Thanks for contacting our organization. I’m really pleased to hear that you were able to find a way of helping him before. Given that h...

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Hi, This won`t last she will soon be able to roll back by herself, meanwhile give her extra tummy time during the day to help her. It`s great s...

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Hi Del, We don`t recommend wrapping after 3 months and with Summer coming on and she is becoming more active now is a great time to remove the wr...

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Hi Marie, A baby should be able to sleep 7pm to 7am without an overnight feed from about 6 months on. A 10 pm rollover feed is given from 6 month...

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Hi Danielle, It really does seem he is associating sleep with the wrapping We don`t recommend wrapping after 3 months and with Summer coming on ...

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Hi, Yes you can teach a good settle routine from newborn and the best way to tell the different cries is to follow a feed /play /sleep routine. T...

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Hi, It makes it really hard to implement any settle program when baby has been so ill. I would only suggest you speak to your doctor about any se...

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Hi, From about 6 months on a baby should be able to sleep 7pm to 7am without an overnight feed so I would guess that this has become a sleep asso...

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Dear Helen, This is really difficult to deal with and I remember the isolation of being a new parent (and counting the weeks of my firstborn - it...

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You are right - there is no point saying it is worth is as you have a beautiful healthy boy....but this approach might work which is a variation......

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Gestational diabetes is a metabolic disorder and is not caused by the food that you eat. It can be made worse if ...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. It is great that you are talking about this now so that you and your midwife are prepared for what may happen. Do...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. A baby`s heartbeat is normally between 120 - 160 beats per minute so this sounds great. If you have had a large b...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Usually your body does cope with this type of slight complication. It will not affect your fertility at all. If y...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Morning sickness is one of the symptoms of early pregnancy. In most cases your body will cope as it is only short...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. It can feel very debilitating in the early stages of pregnancy. The good news is that it does not last too long a...

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Hi There, So your toddler is just over the 50th percentile, has she always been around this or has there been a change in her growth? So...

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Hi Carol, Around 8 - 9 months you can start to offer solids first and the number of feeds really does start to drop back. Baby is your be...

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Hi there, Yes I think you are already onto it, it seems like he is self-weaning. As he is nearing 11 months two bottles a day especially as he is ...

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Hi There, Yes toddlers can certainly be creative with the meals you have slaved over. Have you tried just offering her a very small plate ...

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Hi there, Well you have come to the right gal. I have just finished a book on fussy eating recipes, it was out of sheer desperation that it c...

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Hi Rowena, You might read in some places that if they reject their meal then leave it at that. Personally I don’t think this is ideal. I...

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Hi there, Without knowing any other details (age, feeding, diet etc) its hard to say what is going on here, I would pop into see your GP. It co...

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Hi there, It sounds like your bub is going great! It is generally recommended that you use his corrected age for such things as the timing of ...

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Hi Lou, It’s confusing, isn’t it, but honestly, there is no exact way of doing it. I wish there was as it would be so much easier for...

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Hi, Don`t make a battle out of the daytime nap. Try resettling for 15mins and if no luck get him up and try again later. Cheers, Maree

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Hi, The dummy may have become his sleep association and you may need to get rid of it. Try following our settling program and include a feed/play...

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Hi Liz, I would try to get rid of the dummy now as it may be a part of the reason she wakes. She may still require one overnight feed until 6 m...

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