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Is it normal for a baby to move in your stomach at 3 months?

Is it normal for a baby to move in your stomach at 3 months?

Probably not: Most first time moms feel their baby moving around 20 weeks gestation. Women who have had children can sometimes feel the baby a couple weeks earlier. However, 3 months would be a bit early, and you might simply be feeling your intestines digesting food. I concur - assuming your dates are good 3 months (12 weeks) is early - probably something else and not the baby. ...Read more

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Is constipation in babies normal? My 1 month old girl has constipation and doesn't poop every day and her stomach feels hard?

Is constipation in babies normal? My 1 month old girl has constipation and doesn't poop every day and her stomach feels hard?

What is constipation: In a one month breast fed baby no poop for a few days is normal as long as the poop in not hard. Babies in the first month or so have frequents pooh so this change to less frequent pooh causes much worry but is normal regardless on apparent straining. At this age babies also have periods of unexplained crying which sometimes are attributed to gas or trouble with pooh. This is not the case! ...Read more

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22 weeks pregnant, low backache & lower abdominal pain. Babies heartbeat is good & 20week scan was normal. I also just feel unwell. had flu 3days ago.

22 weeks pregnant, low backache & lower abdominal pain. Babies heartbeat is good & 20week scan was normal. I also just feel unwell. had flu 3days ago.

Need urine check: These symptoms certainly could all just be residual from a stomach "flu" you recently had, and if you weren't pregnant, I'd tell you to drink lots of fluids and rest. However, you have to pay attention to little hints while pregnant. Your body does not fight infections as well and is more prone to complications of routine illness. So backache, low abdominal pain - could be a UTI. Get checked today ...Read more

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Why does my infant stomach gurgle?

Why does my infant stomach gurgle?

Normal: A gurgling "stomach" is normal. The bowels make these sounds as fluids and gas are propelled through the GI tract. ...Read more

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How can I lose my stomach from having babies?

How can I lose my stomach from having babies?

Exercise: Check out y-tube and search for post partum exercises. There are dozens of videos at your dispoosal. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of abdominal hernia on babies girl 1 yera old?

What are the symptoms  of abdominal hernia on babies girl  1 yera old?

A bulge with crying: that flattens when relaxed, or is easily compressible with slight pressure is consistent with hernia.Common location would be in the midline, usually near the navel. Many toddlers still have weak abdominal muscles that may not quite join in the midline, so with straining, the entire midline tissue from breast bone to below the navel may bulge a little. This is diastasis recti and is not a hernia ...Read more

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I delivared 2 babies through c sec in 2 years gap.both the c sections are done in same place(abdomen).why both will be done in same place?

I delivared 2 babies through c sec in 2 years gap.both the c sections are done in same place(abdomen).why both will be done in same place?

Read on please: It is the decision of the OB usually, to minimize scarring, as long as you have healed well. The C/S site is pretty standard on the abdominal wall and uterine wall. Scar tissue can affect healing. Do ask your doctor for further clarification. I am just giving you a general answer and guide. Good luck and stay well. ...Read more

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Is similac advance baby formula harsh on babies stomach?

Is similac advance baby formula harsh on babies stomach?

not for most: As one of the most successful formulas today this could not be if it were harsh on babies stomach.There are numerous reasons a baby may not tolerate a specific formula, and these are specific to the child. ...Read more