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3 month old trying to sit up??? Lock

my 14 week old son(4 weeks premmy mind yu) has been wanting us to sit him up alot lately, like he...

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They can go in Jolly Jumpers from 3 months - my boys both loved that. They can have a good look around then

Georgihellawell

13 weeks 3 days Lock

I thort everything would get easier for me but it seems to b getting worse I always seem to b str...

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My niece stresses me out the most she will get so smart to me when I tell her to do something , then she will piss me off til I can&...

Marie_k

Conjunctivitis Lock

Hello, my 3 1/2 month old has conjunctivitis in both eyes, does anyone know the best way to treat...

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The doctor wil perscribe u some ointment for baby's eyes , hope it works , I think it's only 4.00 dollars ..

Mo0

Thrush on the skin Lock

My bubs has a rash in his neck and it quickly spread so I took him to the doctors and he said it ...

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The doctor was pretty adament it was thrush and thebcream is clearng up the part on his neck. Maybe I'm overreacting bkoz it lo...

Eulactol heel balm Lock

Yep it's good. I've used the Eulactol Heel Balm Gold it's the best one. And use a ...

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Double check with your Pharmacist if you wanna buy some, but the absorption through your skin will be really negligible so will prob...

Deweyjftqrso

how many kids are dreaming you? Lock

how many kids are dreaming you? I have two kids, but wants one or two more, I am abnormal? games ...

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~NoDdY~

Everything you need to know about immunisation Lock

http://www.immunise.health.gov.au/internet/immu... READ THIS GUYS!!!! Disclaimer: the term eve...

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Rosie Mumma wrote: Did you know it is a government required procedure for any vaccine administrator to first discuss ALL the vaccin...

Amber beads Lock

I personally wouldn't get one off ebay cause I know so many people have ended up with fakes....

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If you want to test the authenticity of the amber, heat a sharp, thin needle (or a pin) over a flame, and piece a tiny hole in one -...

jacnbub

ice burn Lock

So dd (9months)was eating a homemade icy pole and held on to it wih her hands.all of a sudden she...

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~NoDdY~

breath holding and passing out Lock

Hello Ds usually holds his breath when he gets hurt badly or a shock. Its never been a big probl...

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It's not quite the same thing, but when we had apnoeic babies at work we would blow gently into their faces to prompt them to b...

steph19

constipation Lock

Dd is constipated. The only new foods she had the last couple if days were spinach and papaya so...

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Are you still using the Colic Calm? It should help and offer some relief

Emma201012

Gastric Reflux Lock

Hi all, My daughter is now 7 weeks old and at her 4 week check-up with the MCH nurse, we were to...

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Have you checked for Lip & tongue tie? It is supposed to be checked for at birth and has similar symptoms to reflux. I was told ...

Emma7707

Flu on steroids. Lock

Hey ladies, so I'm new to this Huggies site I'm a first time mum, well I will be next...

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Thanks ladies Just worrying being my first time and all

Emma201012

Gastric Reflux Lock

Hi all, My daughter is now 7 weeks old and at her 4 week check-up with the MCH nurse, we were to...

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PaulineN

what is the difference between a vapouriser and a humidifier? Lock

Hi everyone, just wondering if someone can explain the difference between a vapouriser and humidi...

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Tickled*pink wrote: This is 6 years old smile Yes hehe.. i don't mind as long as we share opinions especially confusing ones....

Natzcats

broken collarbone in a toddler Lock

My 20th month old has broken her collarbone. Has anyone got any advice please. I'm worried i...

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Hey there when ds broke his he could only sleep with a pillow under it to support the weight, he would lay on his side with a soft f...

RF763C

3 month old Lock

hi i gave a 3 month old cows mild instead of formula will they be ok

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Marie_k

3 months and teething?? Lock

Hello Is 3 months too early for teething? My DS2 is seriously rubbing his gums, lives when I rub...

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Sounds like my lo and he is def teething! Have you heard of teething mittens? I got some for my and he absolutely adores chewing on ...

chookie pie

MMR vaccination and autism link Lock

has anyone seen any examples where a child has had the MMR then apparently shown signs of autism?...

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The study done that linked mmr and autism was horribly flawed and couldn't be replicated, and the dr running it was struck off ...

Bugalug.

Smoker around my newborn Lock

Hi everyone. I was a regular member on here awhile ago but wanted to make a new (more anonymous) ...

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You're more lienient than I would have been. I don't have any immediate family that smoke so I know it's not exactly ...

naughty smurf

Probiotics a treatment for Eczema? Lock

Hi ladies Has anyone heard of probiotic supplements you can feed to babies to eliminate eczema? M...

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Hi, My baby is on Life Space Baby Probiotic which has 10 types of Probiotic Bacteria dairy free and safe for newborns. Inner Health ...

mum2all

How Hard should bubs fall before you take him to the doctor Lock

This morning I got a massive fright when I seen my boy slip and the land hard right on the corner...

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Thanks ladies. He did cry straight away and I was able to sooth him eventually, with some lollies lol. (naughty I know) He' s h...

SquigglesandMe

GPs in Mackay Lock

Hi All! Hubby bub and I have just moved to Mackay and bub is due for vaccinations and needs a GP...

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Is it possible... Lock

Remember at this age that milk is his only food and drink. Think about how often you might have a...

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It's been a little while since I had a little bub, but I found (and was told) that generally when they chuck up after/during a ...

merryberry

Having a little freak out TMI really need some help Lock

I am having a wee freak out atm i have noticed something on DD that i have never seen before on h...

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Thankyou everyone for responding. You have all made me feel a lot better. I guess i freaked because i had never seen this type of th...

Factful

Little boy bits Lock

Christian was in for his 6 month check and CHN discovered that she can only find one teste. She c...

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Hi I'm having this same problem with my 6 month old. One teste has gone up then the other a couple days later. Have been to he ...

steph19

crazy paranoid mum? Lock

Yesterday morning I gave dd a bit of natural yoghurt (jalna) for the first time. Anyway she pret...

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steph19 wrote: Thats the thing her weight gain is ok. But she is sooo upset when she has wind or needs to poo. At her age I just do...

ddon

Google 'Vaccine Accidents Lock

I just have to have a vent on here. I was looking on google - bad move I know - because my 13 mo...

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ddon wrote: I just have to have a vent on here. I was looking on google - bad move I know - because my 13 month old has some nodes u...

mum84

Ear infections Lock

Just wanting some advice from mums whose children have regular ear infections. My DD2 has had lik...

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Hi, My DD1 had ear infections for 4 months straight as a baby. In the end a wise old doctor told me to give her nurofen 3 or 4 time...

rochellecs

Full Body Rash on 8 Month Old Lock

Hey Everyone, Thought I would see if any of you lovely mummas and daddas are able to give me som...

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They think it could be eczema but are waiting to see if it clears up first before going any further. It's funny you should men...

mum2onelittleman

Does anyone else's bub have a flat head, what did you do about it? Lock

Hey, I have a gorgeous 14 week old boy Joshua and since he was 3 weeks I've noticed he had ...

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littlecheekybums wrote: I recommend helmet therapy 100% for bubs with a flat head that just wont sort itself out with positioning et...

ChiefsGirl

Any Waikato Paediatrician recommendations? Lock

I would like to take my 6 month old to a private paediatrician. We have seen one through the pub...

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Great idea... Thank you... Have a fabulous weekend

ally.law.tyler

6 month needles Lock

Tyler has his 6 month injections tomorrow ): How did your bubba go and would you recommend some ...

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DD2 just had her's done and cried while the needle was in but as soon as it was out was fine. same thing happened with the oth...

baby temperature Lock

as far as i'm aware a normal temp is usually between 36.5 and 37.5 so sounds perfect

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My son sits at 35.9 so when he gets to 37 I automatically think he is hot but he is perfectly fine. That temp seems normal

Haydysmummy

Persisting nappy rash Lock

Hi my almost 4month old son has had bad nappy rash for about the last 5weeks. The GP tried differ...

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Desitin* stupid iPad auto correct

jacnbub

gel like substance in babies nappy Lock

So as the title says i changed dds (7months) nappy this morning and there was a tiny bit of poo (...

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chalys 'n' J wrote: Maybe it was from her vagina? I remember dd having this a few times as a baby. Hope she's feeli...

NRH

Spherocytosis Lock

Hi, I have a 5 month old son with spherocytosis. It is a blood condition which causes his spleen...

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ddon

Bronchiolitis and RSV Lock

I have just had my 12 month old DD is hospital for 3 nights with bronchiolitis from this nasty vi...

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Thank you everyone. It's reassuring that your babies haven't gone on to get so sick again. I don't want to live in fe...

rochellecs

Constipated 7 Month Old Lock

Hi, Wondering if anyone can give me any advice on my 7th month old DD who is very constipated. ...

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my daughter has always struggled with constipation and she is now 2. when she is we give her watered down real juice and that just s...

Zoelv78

Colic Lock

My 3 wk old daughter suffers from colic. I always thought it was more myth than reality, but beli...

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She may also have a combination of silent reflux causing the colic. If you have access to plunket they have a great family centre i...