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How Can I Tell My Baby Has Colic?

How Can I Tell My Baby Has Colic?

The day has finally come, you’ve finally brought your newborn home from the hospital! For the first couple of weeks, you marvel at your baby who does little more than sleep, eat, pee and cry. Then one day, your little one erupts in prolonged, ear-shattering wails, complete with clenched fists, flailing legs and an unhappy red face.

No matter what you try, you can’t comfort your crying baby -  and that's not all - your baby repeats these heartbreaking, stressful episodes every night at the same time for what seems like forever. Welcome to the world of colic!

Does your baby have some of the symptoms mentioned above? Read on for the signs of colic plus the causes and remedies to get you through.

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5 Tips To Help Your Colicky Baby Sleep

5 Tips To Help Your Colicky Baby Sleep Pretty much all new parents will experience the torture of sleep deprivation! In general, babies cry a lot and it's unlikely that you were surprised by this when you welcomed your new baby into the world. Sleep may seem like a distant dream for quite a few months when you have a colicky baby. 

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New Year, New Baby? Top Tips For Expecting Mothers In 2021

New Year, New Baby? Top Tips For Expecting Mothers In 2021 2020 has certainly been a difficult year for most of us, but if you’ve been dealing with a pregnancy at the same time, you truly are a superhero. With 2021 just around the corner and hopefully happier times ahead for all of us, there’s room for expecting mothers to be a little more optimistic and positive. Here are some tips for anyone who’s expecting a baby in the New Year.

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Does My Baby Have Silent Reflux?

Does My Baby Have Silent Reflux?

Silent reflux, also called laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR), is a type of reflux in which the contents of the stomach flow back into the larynx (the voice box), back of the throat and nasal passages. The term "silent" comes into play as the reflux is not necessarily causing any visible symptoms.

Reflux is common in babies as young as a few weeks old. If it persists beyond a year or causes negative side effects for your child, treatment may be recommended by your paediatrician.

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Caring For Your Baby After Tongue Tie Separation

Caring For Your Baby After Tongue Tie Separation Tongue tie is a fairly common condition in newborn babies; more so in boys than girls. The skin joining the tongue to the bottom of the mouth is shorter than normal, which can cause difficulties in breast or bottle feeding. It’s considered a hereditary condition, seeing as there are no known causes. Tongue tie can be easily corrected using a quick and simple surgical procedure. The tongue is separated by cutting the skin below it. In most cases, this can be carried out without anesthetic, as there are hardly any nerve endings under the tongue, and feeding can go back to normal within 24 hours.

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