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Pregnancy Series: When Can You Feel Baby Move?

Pregnancy Series: When Can You Feel Baby Move? It's possible to feel your baby move as early as 16 weeks of pregnancy, but most women don't feel anything until 18 to 24 weeks. You may not notice your baby's movements until you are more than 20 weeks pregnant if this is your first pregnancy.

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What Foods Help With Baby Colic?

What Foods Help With Baby Colic?

When your baby seems perfectly healthy, has no obvious signs of distress and yet cries continually, they may be suffering from colic. Colic is prolonged bouts of excessive, frequent crying for no apparent reason, although some abdominal discomfort is thought to accompany it due to the way many babies draw their knees up when they cry which would indicate trapped wind. These episodes can be very distressing for both baby and parent, and can last for several weeks.

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The Ultimate Guide for New Parents

The Ultimate Guide for New Parents Bringing a newborn infant home is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The delight and excitement that parents experience is palpable. It's understandable if you're nervous, especially if you're a first-time mother or father. After all, no matter how well one plans and prepares for the arrival of a child, problems and challenges will always arise.

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When Does Reflux Peak In Babies?

When Does Reflux Peak In Babies? Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease affects up to half of all babies under the age of three months. It can happen several times throughout the day, especially after meals. When food is swallowed into the stomach, but subsequently regurgitates back into the oesophagus, this is known as regurgitation (food pipe). It may then return to the stomach (and down the gastrointestinal tract), or it may wash up to the mouth or beyond, resulting in a vomit or feed spill.

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