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    Yes you do definitely hug and kiss him but from my experience my kids always slept worse if/when I'm away from them for extended times. It's like they want to 'stay' up late to just be with you. Tho no idea why my kiddo is up. I carried her all day today.

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    I got both of my DD's lip ties lasered by Tim Johnson at ikids. (One had a tongue tie too). One was done at 9 days old and the other at 9 months. I'm happy to share any info if it would help anyone.

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    OP - happy to brainstorm ideas if you would like to PM me. You don't need to give up on improving sleep if it is making your life difficult (especially with returning to work). In many cases where there are no medical issues it is within the realm of possibility to improve a baby's sleep - you just have to find the magic potion for your particular bub (not easy). I will just need updated details on age, day naps (wake, nap times and duration), timing of milk feeds/solids (if at all), how bub is put to bed (dummy, pat, music, milk etc), bubs bedding (room temp, sleeping bag, blankets etc).

    Of course there are no guarantees but am more than happy to try and help if you don't want to maintain the status quo.

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    sorry for mixing the thread with tongue tie discussion. Can someone please tell me the recovery time of getting the tie the fixed? I am planning to bring DS oversea few days after the surgery but worry about the recovery time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbhope View Post
    sorry for mixing the thread with tongue tie discussion. Can someone please tell me the recovery time of getting the tie the fixed? I am planning to bring DS oversea few days after the surgery but worry about the recovery time.
    I'm not sure about lasering but both my kids had their tongue tied snipped and besides a bit of blood straight after, there was no recovery time as such. Both kids fed immediately after and neither required pain relief. They were both newborns (around 10days old) so I'm not sure how age may effect recovery.

    Best wishes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wobbleyhorse View Post
    I'm not sure about lasering but both my kids had their tongue tied snipped and besides a bit of blood straight after, there was no recovery time as such. Both kids fed immediately after and neither required pain relief. They were both newborns (around 10days old) so I'm not sure how age may effect recovery.

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    Default settling/sleep issue

    Thanks!

    DS will need stitches so i assume it will be more complicated. Oh stitches is only for scissor cut, I think. No need with laser cut.
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    Those in Perth. If you go and see mody or Johnston, do u need a referral?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbhope View Post
    Those in Perth. If you go and see mody or Johnston, do u need a referral?
    No. I self referred but they did ask who diagnosed the ties.

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    I self referred to johnston


 

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