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    Quote Originally Posted by heymegz View Post
    I agree that you need to try something. You seem to have a reason for not trying a lot of things but maybe you just need to. A sleep school may be helpful because a good sleep specialist may witness what life is like for you and bub and should recognize whether or not it's a sleep issue or a health issue. Your state must have some kind of support like tresillian or ngala. I would be tryin everything and getting a new paed if you don't like what the first one said but you need a plan as things appear to be chopping and changing so you might not be giving things a chance to work.
    A reason for not trying things? Maybe I havent expressed things properly but I am by no means sitting here thinking of excuses not to try things. I am seeing our paed today.

    Not sure what you meant by your post but thank you for your opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heymegz View Post
    I agree that you need to try something. You seem to have a reason for not trying a lot of things but maybe you just need to. A sleep school may be helpful because a good sleep specialist may witness what life is like for you and bub and should recognize whether or not it's a sleep issue or a health issue. Your state must have some kind of support like tresillian or ngala. I would be tryin everything and getting a new paed if you don't like what the first one said but you need a plan as things appear to be chopping and changing so you might not be giving things a chance to work.
    So ... She needs to try new things BUT needs to stop changing things so they get a chance to work .

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    I think she meant your reasons for not using the chiro or sleep school (not saying your reasons aren't valid - I think that's just what she meant).

    I'm glad you are seeing the paed today. I would recommend a CMPI test if you can.

    Is there any reason you didn't want to try Bellamy's? If she can have normal formula I highly recommend it.

    Good luck with your appt.

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    Good luck with the paed today.

    I actually think that an inpatient stay might benefit you guys. I don't know where you live but here in SA we have Torrens house which isn't just for sleep training, it's for anyone who is struggling. As others have said, it's a good opportunity for doctors and nurses to view your baby for longer periods and see if this is normal behavior or something medically wrong. Tests can be done quicker and worst case, at least they might take your baby for a bit so you can get some sleep.

    I also agree that no sleep school will do CC at 5 weeks of age.

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    Wasn't meant to come across as harsh just that maybe just talking to different people about alternatives without having to go through with anything that you don't think was safe for your baby might lead you in the right direction for a solution that you haven't thought of . Maybe they have treated a similar problem and have experience in what could work.

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    paed was great as usual. we are now on elecare formula to rule out protein problems. id that doesnt work its the sleep school when she is older.

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    Good news. Hope it helps and she settles quickly so you can get some rest.

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    I hope you have things sorted.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hopefully Waiting View Post
    Private sleep schools?? Where would i find out about these?
    There is Ellen Baron in Brisbane. I went there for feeding issues. I took my whole family. DH, DS and DD.

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    ripparita how did you find it

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    Hi hopefully ive just been reading your posts, how has your lo gone on the elecare? My little girl is 16wks old & sounds so similar to your lo, luckily she slept though. I suspect cmp allergy, we are currently waiting to see a specialist at the rch. We started on karicare gold, added thickner, went to de-lact (which eliminated reflux symptoms) to ha as she broke out in eczema at 8wks to allerpro which she reacted to. Is the elecare cows milk protein free or extensively hydrolized? We also seen a chiro. My lo was much happier in regards to digestive/reflux on the ha but her eczema has been horrible so were now on neocate (costing a fortune until we see allergist for a script) and her skin is beautiful. Just want to say I think your doing great with following your mothers instincts, sleep school is not going to do nothing if the cause for her being in pain is still in the back ground.


 

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