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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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What Foods Help With Baby Reflux?

What Foods Help With Baby Reflux?

Introducing solid foods to a baby with reflux can feel daunting, especially if you feel you’ve just started to get your baby’s flare-ups under control. The following suggestions can help minimise any difficulties related to introducing your baby to solid foods.

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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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Bottle Feeding with Tongue Tie

Bottle Feeding with Tongue Tie Tongue tie occurs when a baby’s’ frenulum (the strip of tissue connecting the tongue to the floor of the mouth) is shorter than usual, which can cause difficulty when breastfeeding. Read our top tips on how to bottle feed your baby with tongue tie.

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What Is Lip Tie & What To Do If Your Baby Has It?

What Is Lip Tie & What To Do If Your Baby Has It?

Lip tie is when the piece of muscleless tissue that binds the upper lip to the upper gum limits the movement of the mouth because it is too close, too thick, or both. Read our guide on what causes lip tie and what to do if your baby has it. 

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