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    I was induced and DD has really had no sleeping/feeding issues in fact they have been really good here. We did have the colic/reflux though so not an easy first few months

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    Default impact of inducement on baby sleeping/eating

    my waters broke and was induced by a drip to bring on labour as nothing was happening. My baby was a terrible sleeper for the first 10 weeks, screamed all night. I would say it was more because he had reflux and was being over handled by family that meant we were up all night with a screamer. Once we put him on anti-reflux formula and stopped everyone playing pass the parcel with him we had a little angel.

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    I was the same as Tiny, my waters broke and I was induced a few days later. My Bub has been very easy to settle and feeds well most of the time (and she's gaining weight nicely ). She did have a slight case of jaundice and lost a little too much weight waiting for my milk to come in, but they fixed it pretty quickly


 

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