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    Oh that's good that she gets relief. I'm thinking DS might have the same issues DD did
    He's getting more unsettled, crying and grimacing, making noises that sound like reflux and some of his poos are quite green. I'm so upset.

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    I was just talking to DH about it I seriously hope it's not the same. She makes that noise like gasping for air that's what dd1 use to do.

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    That's kind of what DS is doing. It's like gasping or a sort of hiccup then he screws his face up and cries. He also wants to comfort suck for hours on end.

    It's after midnight and I've been trying to settle him for 6 hours. I just caved and gave him a dummy (which he's a bit unsure about) - feeling like a massive failure. He's only 2 weeks old and I'm giving him a dummy already.

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    It could be both. Ds had both wind (probably caused by oversupply) and reflux. Luckily only mild reflux though which he has now mostly grown out of.

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    @Cue - don't do that now! There's nothing wrong with a dummy, honey. The Americans call them pacifiers for a reason. You'd give him a blanket if he was cold, right?

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    I find a dummy really help with wind. I always use one. I use one from birth.

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    Sucking a dummy sitting up helped my son.
    But the thing that helped most was 30ml of chamomile tea daily. Helps their digestion and wind pain was heavily reduced in both directions. You need to give it every day as the effects are cumulative. Get a good organic one from your health food shop. We started with infants friend but it stopes working half way through the 2nd bottle
    Tea is much cheaper too. We started at about 7w but I will give it to the next one earlier if he is windy

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    Cue we're doing the dummy thing to. Dd loves sucking to which is prob why I have big over flowing bazookas
    Pls don't feel like that hun dd was up from 1am again. Just so tired DH is actually helping this baby or I swear I would've run away. First baby he never got up once changed a nappy or even bathed this time he fights me to do everything πŸ™‰


 

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