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Hi, This is fine. Please read the instructions on the packet or inform your hairdresser that you are pregnant. Best wishes, Alex

Answered: 22 Nov 2008
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Hi, You need to find out if you are pregnant. If so you need to have the depo provera removed. It will not harm the baby in the short term as your...

Answered: 22 Nov 2008
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Hi, If the discharge is creamy white then this is normal. If it is green or offensive then you need to have a check up. If it is blood stained you...

Answered: 22 Nov 2008
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Hi, This will cause no harm to your baby. Try to get on top of it early so that you don`t get any sicker. Best wishes, Alex

Answered: 22 Nov 2008
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Hi Karen, You would be hoping at this age that he was sleeping right through the night. You must ensure he settles into his bed awake initially at...

Answered: 22 Nov 2008
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Hi Kerry, You may want to try our settling program, it is all hands on and no leaving baby at this age but teaches baby to settle awake into the c...

Answered: 22 Nov 2008
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Hi Sam, It does sound like it`s time for the dummy to go. You could try our settling techniques they teach baby to sleep independently and offer a...

Answered: 22 Nov 2008
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Hi, You would expect to be still offering one overnight feed up until about 6 months of age, either a 10pm or a 2am feed would be normal at 41/2 m...

Answered: 22 Nov 2008
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Hi Sharon, Yes sleeping patterns change constantly as baby continues to develop.You would expect to be offering an overnight feed at this age but ...

Answered: 22 Nov 2008
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Hi Isy, It does become a cycle and then difficult to break the habit. When you sit with her or transfer her once asleep she wakes on her light sle...

Answered: 22 Nov 2008
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Hi, Controlled conforting techniques are very difficult and not for everyone, it takes persistence and consistency and can take up to 3 weeks to w...

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Hi Tina, If your blood pressure is low you need to try to drink plenty of water each day. You also need to have your iron levels checked as this c...

Answered: 15 Nov 2008
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Hi, The presentation is cephalic (head down) and the baby is not engaged it is 5/5 out of the pelvis. Best wishes, Alex

Answered: 15 Nov 2008
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Hi Sally, Strictly be guided by tired signs and settle who ever shows signs first. If you follow our settling program the techniques we use offer ...

Answered: 15 Nov 2008
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Hi, It really seems he is relying on your comfort to sleep and I don`t think at this age it is about being hungry. He wakes on his light sleep and...

Answered: 15 Nov 2008
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Hi, Without being bossy you might like to give her an It`s Time To Sleep DVD&BOOK gift. Take a look at www.itstimetosleep.com Cheers, Maree

Answered: 15 Nov 2008
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Hi, Why not try our It`s TIme To Sleep settling program it will take you step by step through the program. Cheers, Maree

Answered: 15 Nov 2008
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Hi, You need to visit your GP for blood tests initially. An ultrasound is usually attended close to 20 weeks although one may be done earlier if t...

Answered: 08 Nov 2008
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Hi Al, For the program to work you need to be consistent with the techniques otherwise you can send mixed messages and that makes it hard. If not ...

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Hi Verity, Some babies are just poor daytime sleepers but you could try our settling techniques to resettle him.It does seem he is still tired if ...

Answered: 08 Nov 2008
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Hi Nicole, Teaching him to settle awake and independently is the best tip this way he will be able to sleep anywhere really. I would avoid him sle...

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Hi Chantal, It sounds like she is relying on you to comfort feed and feed to sleep it is hard to break a habit but it is also hard to continue wha...

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Hi, I am sorry but I am not sure of this abbreviation – it may be Day 1 & Day 2. If it was P1, P2 this is parity or pregnancies? Please ask ...

Answered: 01 Nov 2008
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Hi Sarah, It may be from the uterine ligaments stretching as your uterus grows. This is very common and nothing to worry about. Best wishes, ...

Answered: 01 Nov 2008
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Hi, You need to check the product information on the packaging. If you are doing it professionally please ask the consultant if the product is saf...

Answered: 01 Nov 2008
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Hi, Controlled comforting techniques are very difficult to do and not for everyone. You need to be persistent with following the techniques. No d...

Answered: 01 Nov 2008
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Hi, Try following our settling techniques for newborn to 6 months it will take you step by step through the program. Cheers, Maree

Answered: 29 Oct 2008
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Hi Emma, You would expect your son to be sleeping 7pm to 7am at this age and it may be about this time he could begin to drop the daytime nap. Eve...

Answered: 29 Oct 2008
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Hi, Firstly and most importantly he MUST fall asleep in his own bed and by himself. This is teachnig him to sleep independently. When waking duri...

Answered: 29 Oct 2008
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Hi Georgie, I highly recommend you implement a feed/play/sleep routine and then follow our settling program for newborn to 6 months it`s all hands...

Answered: 29 Oct 2008