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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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Life With Your Newborn - What Nobody Tells You

Life With Your Newborn - What Nobody Tells You

You may have read lots of books or online articles about looking after your newborn baby. You may even have had words of wisdom from mothers that have raised their children. But nothing can prepare you for that feeling when you take your first child home from the hospital after giving birth. 

When you were in hospital, the doctors, nurses, and midwives were on hand to give you lots of support. But now, at home, it’s just you and your new baby. Here’s what nobody tells you about the first few weeks with your newborn baby. 

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How Soon After Giving Birth Can You Get Pregnant & Other Post-Pregnancy FAQs

How Soon After Giving Birth Can You Get Pregnant & Other Post-Pregnancy FAQs Many mothers find pregnancy to be the most exciting journey of their lives and look forward to reliving the experience all over again. I loved being pregnant but was really nauseous up to around week 13 of my first pregnancy, from then on I began to enjoy one or two ‘good days’ each week where I didn’t feel so bad. Gradually the good days increased until by 16 weeks, I was feeling 100% again. Those weeks of nausea dragged by and I dreaded feeling the same way during my next pregnancy. I needn’t have worried though because I didn’t have one bit of nausea next time around which was a massive relief! Let’s take a look at all you need to know when trying for your next baby...

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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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How Long Does Baby Colic Last For?

How Long Does Baby Colic Last For? Approximately 15% of newborns are born with colic every year — a condition diagnosed when a baby cries for more than 3 hours a day. Considering all things, it's hard to believe that more colicky newborns parents are not institutionalised every year! I know it almost sent me over the edge! The subject of colic, its causes and cures, for ages has flummoxed parents and health care providers.

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