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    Quote Originally Posted by OurLittleBlessing View Post
    Oh sweetie, hang in there! It will get better than this, I PROMISE. Just take it a few hours at a time and try not to worry about anything other than that

    When...

    and she's back to 2 hourly feeds and an hour to settle.
    Last edited by Hopefully Waiting; 24-02-2013 at 14:22.

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    Oh sweetie, I'm sorry.

    Is there something nice you can treat yourself to this evening? Having something to look forward to is a great help to me when everything feels too much. Even if it's just something small like a foot soak or a favourite magazine to flick through?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OurLittleBlessing View Post
    Oh sweetie, I'm sorry.

    Is there something nice you can treat yourself to this evening? Having something to look forward to is a great help to me when everything feels too much. Even if it's just something small like a foot soak or a favourite magazine to flick through?
    I wish. But since I can't put her down I am lucky to get to the toilet by myself. Today she's had 1.5 hours sleep. That's so not enough for a 3 week old. What's wrong with her?

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    Seriously, try the probiotics.

    Will she settle in a sling?

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    90% of people who have Cows milk protein allergy also react to soy... can you see if Paed will prescribe the prescription formula sooner?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiggermum View Post
    90% of people who have Cows milk protein allergy also react to soy... can you see if Paed will prescribe the prescription formula sooner?
    I'm calling tomorrow.
    Im still worried Im missing something...
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    Default I don't know what's wrong and no one will listen.....please help me.....

    Losec or baby Gaviscon and chiropractor. Do yourself a favour, see a regular doctor, now. Tell them your suspicions. It sounds a lot like my little man (silent reflux) Sorry but if I'm reading correctly your paed sounds like a rooster. My gp was much more sympathetic and my baby is now very happy.

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    Default I don't know what's wrong and no one will listen.....please help me.....

    I am so sorry you are experiencing this . It sounds exactly like my first baby - I.e 3 weeks old an sleeping a total of 1 and a half hours during the day and broken into 3 catnaps on a good day etc. and when people used to tell me it gets better I would be like WHEN??????? I can honestly say it does. Honestly For my baby I noticed some improvement around 3 months and then some improvement around 6 and then I noticed a big change again about 1 . That's just my experience with my baby and I know it sounds like sh$t now but it will end one day.
    Sleep deprivation is torture (literally , they use it to torture people) I also went through alot of questions about my relationship , my baby etc but my advice would be to not make any major decisions while all this is happening. I wish I had some solid answers for you all I can say with certainty from someone who has been through this is it will end , it will get easier and I get how unmanageable and cr@p it can feel .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauzy83 View Post
    Maybe she has Colic? Is she worse in the afternoon and at night?
    This is what I was going to say. I feel for you op, I went through it with ds1. Turned out to be colic and reflux and it didn't settle down until the paed recommended starting solids at 5mths. Mylanta helped a little as did elevating the cot. Try not to over burp bub as I found this made it worse. In actual fact I found that laying bub on the side in cot with a towel positioned to hold bottle worked wonders, the less moving around during feeding the better. I felt bad that feeding times weren't as personal doing this but it did make a big difference and I was at my wits end so stuck with it.

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    Default Re: I don't know what's wrong and no one will listen.....please help me.....

    Thanks eveyone. Im just not sure if im expecting too much of her and me. But part of me is worried something is wrong....


 

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