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Tongue Tie In Babies: What You Need To Know

Tongue Tie In Babies: What You Need To Know Tongue-tie, also called ankyloglossia is common, affecting nearly 5% of all newborns. However, it is three times more common among baby boys. It can affect both breastfeeding and bottle-feeding in babies. Read on to find out exactly what it is, signs and symptoms of tongue tie and possible treatments.

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Acid Reflux (GERD) In Babies: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Acid Reflux (GERD) In Babies: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

It’s very common for babies to spit up after feeding. This is known as gastroesophageal reflux or GER. However, if your baby frequently vomits and experiences discomfort and difficulty feeding or weight loss then these symptoms may be caused by a more serious condition called GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease).

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Bottle Feeding with Tongue Tie

Bottle Feeding with Tongue Tie When we think of tongue tie, we often think of a nervous speaker stumbling over their words, or mixing up our words during a conversation. However, many people don’t realise that tongue tie is a medical condition found in some babies, also known in medical terminology as ankyloglossia. From how common it is, to the implications for your child, here’s everything you need to know about tongue tie in babies.

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What To Do If Your Newborn Has Trapped Wind

What To Do If Your Newborn Has Trapped Wind Symptoms your baby may experience include a bloated tummy, straining to pass wind, difficulty burping and excessive flatulence. These symptoms can be very unsettling for newborns and can result in a lot of crying. Not to worry, here is some guidance on what you can do to prevent and ease trapped wind for your newborn.

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Newborn Feeding Cues

Newborn Feeding Cues

As a new mother, you may be wondering how often and how much to feed your newborn. When your baby is hungry or full, they will be sure to let you know. It can take some time, but you'll eventually figure out what all these indicators mean.

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