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Hi There, Sounds like you are going great, glad baby has taken off with his solids. Yes, that`s it, let baby lead the way. As long as he is havi...

Answered: 29 Jun 2009
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Hi Eloise, I hope Charlie is doing well now, I am guessing he has had surgery and it has all gone well! I can recommend a feeding mesh, they are...

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Hi Ruth, Unfortunately, I`ve never encountered the need for a book on delayed language development. As such, I`m not in a position where I can r...

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Hi, Books don`t have to be expensive! At the Huggies Bookclub, we offer free postage and a 10% discount if you`re a Huggies member, plus plenty o...

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Hi, I am glad that you have been able to get your son’s reflux/allergies diagnosed. When they don’t generally vomit, it can be diffic...

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Hi, It sounds like you are doing the right thing by taking your bub to the doctor’s. I believe it is important that you follow your instinct...

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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...

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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 ...

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Hi, You might want to give our It`s Time To Sleep settling techniques a go they are all hands on and no leaving baby at this age but teach baby to...

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Hi Michelle, Make sure she is settled awake into the cot and you may want to try our It`s Time To Sleep settling program to settle and for resettl...

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Hi, This is Abby`s sleep association and unless you change things nothing will change. I highly recommend you follow our It`s Time To Sleep settli...

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Hi Chantelle, It`s hard to say why the sudden change. Do be guided by tired signs and act on those for her day time nap at this age she would stil...

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Hi Tracey, You might still expect to be offering one or two overnight feeds at this age, give it another month and you could expect her to drop on...

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Hi Carolyn, I would suggest you follow our It`s time To Sleep settling program for newborn to 6 months it`s all hands on and no leaving baby at th...

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Hi, I am wondering how you are settling her when she wakes during the night? She is probably experiencing 8 months separation anxiety at this time...

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Hi Kim, Good feeding times are 2,6,10,2,6,10. Always follow a feed/play/sleep routine and always settle baby awake into the cot. At night replac...

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Hi Dannielle, You might be missing the tired signs. Good feeding times are 2,6,10,2,6,10. Always follow a feed/play/sleep routine and always settl...

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Hi Melanie, You will be closely monitored and have further blood tests to check the level of antibodies in your blood. This is an indication of ho...

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Hi Bronwyn, Differences in measurements are quite common in scans. The measurements are based on averages – so if you have short legs in you...

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Hi Sherrie, From what you have told me this sounds quite normal. Your baby will not be big but it should be at least 3kg or more which is fine. ...

Answered: 22 Jun 2009
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Hi, It is recommended that you have a check up as you may be starting to go into labour. If this is the case your baby is still a bit early so you...

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Hi, You do sound like you are in quite a bit of discomfort. I am sure that your partner would understand and there are other ways to find pleasure...

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Hi Jules, This can happen sometimes and it is just bad luck. However, you need to do lots of pelvic floor exercises to strengthen that area. This ...

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Hi Simone, Any bleeding in pregnancy is regarded as abnormal so you should have a check up. It may be nothing so try not to worry too much. You ha...

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Hi, It is not uncommon to experience cramping in the early weeks. If it has settled and there is no bleeding then it is regarded as normal. Be...

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Hi, It is safe to continue to breast feed as long as you wish. You can also safely breast feed a newborn and an older toddler if you wish. Your bo...

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Hi, It is not unusual to have periods of less movement at this gestation. Try lying down and having a cold drink to see if you can feel any flutte...

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Hi Des, Your uterus is healed from 8 weeks after birth. You will need to find a health care professional who will be happy to care for you and try...

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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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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