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    Quote Originally Posted by kw123 View Post
    Those who are against them for babies... You do know that the adjustments are entirely different than for adults? There is no spine cracking lol!
    Yep, I know that, I asked my chiro

    Nevertheless, I won't be taking DD as what I have read says there is zero evidence to suggest that babies require any type of chiropractic treatment or benefit from it. To each their own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    Yep, I know that, I asked my chiro

    Nevertheless, I won't be taking DD as what I have read says there is zero evidence to suggest that babies require any type of chiropractic treatment or benefit from it. To each their own.
    Yep absolutely fair enough! It worked for my bub but I accept there isn't really any medical evidence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopefully Waiting View Post
    Oh gosh I didnt mean to start arguments. Im sorry.

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    Don't be sorry! Don't even worry about it. Maybe if people are really passionate about it they could start a new thread debating the pros an cons.

    I hope the losec starts working soon and you get a much needed break. I really feel for you and am sorry your going through it. You can PM me anytime if you just need to vent or whatever. I have been there and it can be awful.

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    Sorry I didn't mean to start an argument either. People have their own opinions on these things and I just wanted to say I thought your hubby was reasonable in his views.

    I'm sorry your thread got hijacked

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    Hopefully I think you live pretty close to me. Want me to come & give you a hand one day?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicki77 View Post
    Haven't read all the posts but osteopaths can also work wonders. I would be more inclined to go to an osteo than a chiro. I have tried both for myself and osteo seems to have more techniques. Some osteo's whole practice is paediatric. My baby has been to osteo for another reason and she was brilliant.

    Not sure where you live, you could ring your local osteo and ask for name of one that specialises in babies.

    Look at the osteo website for more info.

    Good luck and I hope you get some respite soon.

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    I second that. DS saw an osteo after a forceps birth and other issues. She was amazing. She literally just held him and he was so calm after it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopefully Waiting View Post
    Oh gosh I didnt mean to start arguments. Im sorry.

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    Oh I just saw this post, and had to laugh You didn't start an argument hon! That was just a bit of chit chat- head into the debate it section or some of the more contentious threads, yanno, like the shopping trolley one if you really want to see an argument!!

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    shopping trolley?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopefully Waiting View Post
    shopping trolley?

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    Yep the funniest things get contentious on bub hub!

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    So its been suggested that maybe we should try a sleep school. im dead against this because my baby is 5 weeks old. To me shes too young to be control cried and the way Im feeling right now Id lose my s**t at someone for letting her scream. Whats your thoughts/ opinions on this? shes too little surely.

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