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Baby Crying With Tight Contracted Abdomen Or Stomach
20 ws with fet.twins the stomach tightness that seems like it causes discomfort is this Braxton hicks or the babies moving ?
Contractions...: Stomach tightening with twins usually is a contraction. If these are rare, they can be "Braxton Hicks" contractions. If they are more frequent, it could be pre-term labor. You should have a low threshold for letting your doctor know about contractions when you have twins. Best Wishes! ...Read more
My 2months child is constipated for 5dayz now,she is crying like ther is a pain on her abdomen,I breastfeed her,I tried to gave her warm water,plshelp?
Breastfeeding: Your baby is not constipated. Breastfed babies can have a stool with each feeding , go once a day, or sometimes don't go for as long as a week.. If your baby is having difficulty you can give her a bottle of baby prune juice or insert a glycerine suppository in her rectum. ...Read more
I'm 15 weeks pregnant and when i lay on my back i get a ball of tighteness in my abdomen, could this be baby balling up? Or what is it?
I'm 15 weeks pregnant. I was coughing hard earlier and now I have llq pain when I move or tighten my abdomen. What could this be? Any danger to baby?
Strained muscle/lig: You likely strained some tendons/muscles and/or ligaments in the area causing some pain. If laying still does not cause pain, then it is likely so. If it is hurting constantly, you should have it checked out... ...Read more
5 weeks baby crying non stop, no bowel movement in 2 days what should I do have changed bottles, formulas, added karo syprup, warmed bottles mycon drops
Why is my 7 week old baby crying forth during bottle feed? Sometimes he coughs, arches back and seems like he gets a tummy ache. Reflux?
Is it normal to feel anxiety, nervous, sick to my stomach and crying with my only child moving out?
Of course!: Your baby is moving out and, although this means you have mothered well, you are sad. It would be important, though, not to let your child know how stressed out you are. It's best to take this anxiety to a counselor or psychotherapist and deal with it directly. Honor the part that is sad, but don't get stuck in the sadness. Get help to move forward. This is a normal part of mothering. ...Read more