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That is a theory: That many weary parents during growth spurts wish could be helpful to get them to sleep longer. The risk you run, is developing a food allergy. Many people try to offer thickened formula or breast milk a little too soon than what is generally recommended. Ask your pediatrician what their experience has been with that. If definitely depends on the age of the baby. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Feed as baby wakes : Babies develop a better schedule if you feed as they wake up. Baby has strength from the rest & can take a good feed before tiring. Then do diaper changes & cleaning. Playing after cleaning allows good mommy time. As baby tires they will settle if you put them down. They do not sleep longer if fed before sleep, they have more night waking because they have been taught to need food to settle. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Water is ok: Any liquid, other then plain water, can cause early childhood caries, mother's milk included. This is both an emotionally and financially devastating disease that can rapidly destroy an infants teeth. Prevention is easy - only use plain water in nap time and night time bottles. Start cleaning your babes teeth as soon as they come in. See pediatric dentist by age one year. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
2 month old baby drinks 1.5 oz formula milk every hour. Less breast milk. At night 7 hours sleep and not fed. Is it proper? giving zincovit drops too.
Not necesarily: Look into how much you r feeding him first. Try to make feeds of lesser amount and more frequent. Also use "reflux precautions" in which u keep babies head elevated above stomach for half an hour after each feeding, and lay him with head of crib elevated. If this doesn't work talk with your doctor to see if thickening or changing formula is the next best thing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 5 wk old vomits (not projectile)and spits up at least 3 or so times every feed. He's kept upright, burp him often. Will switching formula help?
Usually physiologic: Not uncommon for spitting up to occur in infants. If vomiting occurs several hours after eating then usually problem with slow gastric emptying. If infant gaining weight and not having airway or lung problems usually physiologic. If infant stops eating or loses weight than an issue. With maturity usually reflux or vomiting lessens. If worried see pediatrician, ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe: Drinking milk in a moving car is not a problem. But, being in a car seat for several hours, can lead to gas pains. Allowing the baby to lie on its stomach and patting its back after traveling will help it to pass the gas. ...Read more
Yes: Babies start life designed to be satisfied with just the right number of calories - as long as they control the pace of eating and they are not tricked by empty calories or junk food. Better for babies to sit when eating solids and to skip processed white flour cereals altogether. See more at www.Drgreene.Com/colorin and www.Drgreene.Com/whiteout. Bon appetit! ...Read more
Help 5 week old keep waking up every hour. Diaper clean, not crying, I feed her fall asleep on my breast once she's done. I put her down n wakes up 1h?
When...: ...He's able to hold and use the sippy cup properly. ...Read more