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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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Do Breastfed Babies Get Colic?

Do Breastfed Babies Get Colic?

Colic occurs when a healthy baby screams for an extended period of time for no apparent reason. It is particularly prevalent in the first 6 weeks of life. It normally goes away on its own by the age of three to four months. It is possible that one in every four newborn babies has it. Although there is no known cause for colic, there are several breastfeeding-related conditions that may play a role in the symptoms. 

At babocush, we have pulled together a guide on what causes colic in babies, along with tips for getting through the first few months. 

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Postpartum Recovery Tips For New Moms

Postpartum Recovery Tips For New Moms So you’ve finally made it through the triumphant journey of pregnancy and long hours of labor and you’re officially a mom. Congratulations! Now comes the transition from pregnancy to postpartum which brings some new physical and mental challenges. In this blog you’ll find everything you need to know about your postpartum body and recovery from childbirth.

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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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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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