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    Argh this is ridiculous I have put DS down at 6 for bed this will be the fifth time I've resettled


    Me + DP 01.03.2010 = DD 22.02.2011 + DS 20.01.2014 = <3

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    Good to know but pretty sure he doesn't have reflux. He is a 'happy chucker' sometimes. Do you think it'd make that worse?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiterallyNoOne View Post
    Argh this is ridiculous I have put DS down at 6 for bed this will be the fifth time I've resettled


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    I knew it was bad and thought it was reflux but had doctors tell me it wasn't. Both advised infacol / gripe water and told me to relax more. Easy when your baby isn't screaming if he isn't held upright! I should have trusted my instincts - I felt a lot of guilt for a long time as by the time he was diagnosed he had lots of oesophageal damage. That led to tube feeding and an oral aversion which you're all to familiar with 😉

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    Good to know but pretty sure he doesn't have reflux. He is a 'happy chucker' sometimes. Do you think it'd make that worse?
    No I don't think it'll make that worse


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    Quote Originally Posted by SalsaMama View Post
    I knew it was bad and thought it was reflux but had doctors tell me it wasn't. Both advised infacol / gripe water and told me to relax more. Easy when your baby isn't screaming if he isn't held upright! I should have trusted my instincts - I felt a lot of guilt for a long time as by the time he was diagnosed he had lots of oesophageal damage. That led to tube feeding and an oral aversion which you're all to familiar with 😉
    Yeah definitely sounds like what happened with my boy it was horrible so I feel ya lol


    False alarm btw he was just hungry 250mls and 3/4 of a weetbix later aha


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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    Good to know but pretty sure he doesn't have reflux. He is a 'happy chucker' sometimes. Do you think it'd make that worse?
    I think it would be fine. Fingers crossed it gives him some relief.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiterallyNoOne View Post
    Yeah definitely sounds like what happened with my boy it was horrible so I feel ya lol


    False alarm btw he was just hungry 250mls and 3/4 of a weetbix later aha


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    He must not even know himself with his newfound appetite!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SalsaMama View Post
    He must not even know himself with his newfound appetite!
    He has a hell of a lot of catching up to do


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    Are we using the new thread?


 

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