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Does My Baby Have Silent Reflux?

Does My Baby Have Silent Reflux? Instead of throwing up, babies with silent reflux swallow the milk that comes up their oesophagus. The signs aren't always noticeable and you don't see your child constantly vomiting, hence the word "silent". It can be incredibly heartbreaking not understanding what is causing your child pain. You could second-guess your every step as a parent or caregiver, and wonder when, oh when, you'll have a happier and more relaxed baby.

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Best Nutrition For A Newborn Baby

Best Nutrition For A Newborn Baby

New parents are bombarded with conflicting information about feeding their baby. However, by following a few basic guidelines – you can ensure that your baby has the healthiest start possible.

The first year of life is a period when the body is undergoing rapid growth and changes. Our long-term body weight, fitness, metabolic programming, immune system, and overall ageing are all influenced by what we eat as babies.

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What Is Reflux In Babies?

What Is Reflux In Babies? Reflux in newborn babies is very common – after you feed them, it’s not unusual for a bit of milk to come back up (it’s also called spit up or ‘possetting’), and it’s a totally normal process where your baby just brings up a little bit of what they swallowed down their food pipe (oesophagus). Acid reflux is a more uncomfortable and more serious form of this, which can lead to vomiting and weight loss. 

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How Long Do Newborns Sleep?

How Long Do Newborns Sleep?

When a baby takes an unusually long nap or a block of night time sleep, every new parent rejoices (more rest for you!) However, the extra snooze time might make you wonder or even be concerned - can a baby sleep too much?

Babies, especially newborns, need a lot of rest. However, newborn sleep cycles are irregular and brief, and they rarely sleep for more than a few hours at a time. You probably know how many hours of daytime and nighttime sleep your baby gets as she gets older and her sleep habits become more normal.

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Do Breastfed Babies Get Colic?

Do Breastfed Babies Get Colic? Colic is extremely common, affecting between 10% and 40% of children, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians. Although there is no known cause for colic, there are several breastfeeding-related conditions that may play a role in the symptoms. Some things you should know about breastfeeding a colicky baby and how to get through the first few months are listed below.

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