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    Km I have the same thing, poor ivy gets soaked if she comes off

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicsta83 View Post
    Thanks everyone for your input I will start bathing at the earlier feed.

    SL I think some babies need the losec rather than zantec, so maybe that's Orlando. But maybe it's also like antibiotics if you don't get the right dose it doesn't work as well, but in just speculating . I agree you somehow need him to sleep a little longer in terns of stretches...I hope you find the solution. I think with the gaviscon you cab just go to chemist and ask them for direction...also ask your doc, but if you wanted to start it ASAP the chemist may be able to help.

    I am so annoyed I have a cold...feel really poorly and I don't want to pass it into Ivy has anyone else had a cold? Did bub get it?

    Mrs S I hope those milk drops keep working
    Apparently the best thing for bubs is to keep feeding as it has all the antibodies to attack a cold. My DH and I had the starting of a cold but then went away but bubs was fine.

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    I hope that's the case SL

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    Well I bailed on my first mothers group...Orlando has been unsettled all morning and by the time I got round to leaving the house it just wouldn't have worked and I didn't want to not give him a full feed. So he fed and then I put him down in the pram and we went for a nice walk. He fell asleep and didn't cry until we were about 1 minute away from home so I was happy! Going to try and at least enforce a walk once a day. Wanted to start gymbaroo next week but that's so not going to happen he's just not ready!!

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    I haven't got out the house either today. Ivy has been cat napping at least I have had a shower and done the washing

    I really want to learn how to self settle, tried again to put ivy down when she was fed, dry and showing tired signs but she just screamed...let her cry for 5 mins...she got herself into such a state,.,

    Do I just continue to try or would it be better to try every time or just one consistent time a day??

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    SL I second KL on wondering about your let down, it sounds like Orlando is a normal baby in relation to sleep for his age but the pulling off the breast or getting uncomfortable might be about getting too much milk. My McHN mentioned today when babies want to comfort suck they get agitated when milk arrives because they aren't hungry they just want the boob. try taking him off and burping then putting back on if you aren't already. Despite what some say BF babies sometimes need to be burped. I think you will have a lot more of an idea in another month

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    Ladies it been over 5 weeks since I had Ivy and I am still passing clots...they are small but is that normal? I think I still have this stupid infection...sooo over this.

    Suppose ill call tomorrow and force them to see me as I have had antibiotcs 3 times now and I don't think it's gone...

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    Crafty or anyone else who has done the GTT can I have water after 10pm I cannot remember

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    You sure can KM, water is fine. This time the nurses actually encouraged me to drink a lot in the two hours while I was waiting around as well.

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    Nic I'm going to sound like a terrible mother in saying this but after a few weeks of doing the last feed at 9ish and then Zoe still be awake and unsettled at 12 or 1, my husband made me leave her to cry one night until se put herself to sleep. It broke my heart as it took a good 30 to 40 minutes until she did but honestly ever since we haven't had a problem in getting her to sleep of a night. She just lays there quietly until she falls asleep.

    We have also started to leave a radio on in the room which seems to calm her down and help her drift off as well.

    I know it's probably not the best way to have handled it but it seemed to have some impact with her.


 

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