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Borax Glycerin For Newborn
Is it safe to give my 20 day old newborn pedia lax liquid glycerin suppositories if she isn't making regular diapers?
Not recommended: Not without a physical assessment by her pediatrician. At 20 days of age, we don't expect babies to make "regular" diapers. A baby may have a bowel movement with every feed or they may go up to 5 days without pooping. As long as she is feeding well, urinating normally and seems comfortable, I would leave well enough alone. Never give a baby under 2 months of age medicine without discussion w doc.See 2 more doctor answers
Wouldn't matter: These dissolve over time after insertion (as long as you take the wrapper off).You may experience an odd sense of fullness after insertion as part of the condition that led to its use.
CereVe: There is a line of creams, lotions, and cleansers called cereve, which is available over the counter. They are free of propylene glycol. They are expensive but worth it if you are allergic. I have just become aware that I am allergic-- this propylene glycol is everywhere----deodorants, cottonelle wipes, etc, so just switching lotions may not be enough! Yikes! Good luck to both of us!
???: Hi, Glycerin has Moisturizing nature and it's being used to keep the hair and skin moist and prevent breakage.
Vegetable glycerin: The most common side effect of inhalation of e-liquid containing vegetable glycerin is a dry mouth, sore throat, and thirst. These symptoms usually last a few days as the body gets used to the vegetable glycerin. These symptoms can be lessened by drinking more water and liquids then usual.
Mainly 3 ways: Glycerin suppositories are one of the most widely used rectal laxatives for relieving mild to moderate constipation in babies, adults, and children. Glycerin suppositories provide gentle, timely and effective relief from constipation with minimal side effects. Works by irritation, hydration and lubrication. Read more: http://www. Ehow. Com/facts_5501853_do-glycerin-suppositories-w.
Safe, but...: Vegetable glycerin itself is safe. What concerns me is that you want to smoke e-cigarettes (that is what you mean by "vaporizers", right? Please read this article from the American Academy of Pediatrics before you get into this habit. You obviously care for your health to ask the question. Http://www. Healthychildren. Org/English/ages-stages/teen/substance-abuse/Pages/E-cigarettes. Aspx