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Does My Baby Have Gerd
No: Likely not. Even though there is no way to tell without details, it is unlikely. Remember that all babies have reflux - they all spit up. This is why we all buy burp cloths and bibs before we have a baby. But very few have true reflux disease. This only occurs if more severe problems happen like severe pain with spitting or poor weight gain. If you have those symptoms talk with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Great question: Many answers, first keep up with fluid loses, also see a pediatrician who can do an evaluation for possible causes. It can be a sugar enzyme deficiency, it can be a intestinal bug or many other possible causes. Treating the symptoms alone wont get the answer, so, some evaluation of the stool may be necessary. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hormones!: The levels of circulating hormones in your baby's body after birth are really high! additionally, they might be getting an extra boost of hormones from breast-feeding as well. Never fear; those hormone levels will fall within the first few months of your baby's life, and the breast tissue will subside. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
From lying on it...: Usually, whichever side is down will flatten under the weight of the rest of the head. This does not in any way affect the content of the head (brain), and the cosmetic effect is mitigated once the hair grows out. After that, the head reshapes itself into its proper shape. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
It depends on legal: Matters ; what state u are in. U should first discuss your concerns with your mother, then perhaps another trusted family member, your doctor, a hospital social worker, and finally you might have to talk to a lawyer. Your rights to your body are ethically held high, but parents of minors have different powers in different states. The courts usually give many rights to the birth mom. ...Read more
By 4 month?: Baby formula is essentially made from milk-protein and so it is dairy, just well-processed. By 4 months, baby can have cereal, stage1 baby-food etc..A bit of tasty ice cream to try is not a bad thing either. The reason regular milk is not used because it does not have a good balance of important substances such as faffy acid and certain vitamins etc compare to formula.. Good luck. ...Read more
I am 25 pregnant and I have yet to feel my baby have the hiccups. I feel her kicks, punches and her rolls but she doesn't get hiccups. Should I worry?
Difficult to diagnos: The diagnosis of asthma is best established with lung function tests that are not feasible in babies. However national guidelines from the nih do give some criteria: recurrent episodes of wheezing, troublesome cough at night, cough or wheeze after exercise cough, wheeze or chest tightness after exposure to airborne allergens or pollutants colds “go to the chest” or take more than 10 days to clear. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Excessive spitting: Typically babies who have gerd tend to be"spitty babies" who regurgitate their milk right after feedings (and sometimes even an hour or two later!) ongoing regurgitation tends to cause pain, so your baby may cry excessively. Poor weight gain or frequent back arching are also potential symptoms. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
A better...: A better question is, what does he need it for? There is wide genetic variability in how much hair a newborn has or when it begins to grow, and the elders of your family will probably remember how bald either or both parents had been back then, but all babies will have a full head of hair by 2 years at the latest. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My daughter and my grand daughter both have directorial dyspepsia how does it come about and how does no one else have it?
"Directorial...": ...Is unclear. Perhaps autocorrect changed "functional"? Or perhaps a colleague will recognize this term. If it is a typo, please write back, as there are basically two types of dyspepsia. ...Read more
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