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Newborn Losing Voice When Crying
Baby nodules: There is no proof that 'crying it out' causes permanent damage to the voice. However, you should make sure that baby is well-hydrated otherwise. This phase shouldn't last very long, though, so seek the advice of your pediatrician if you can't establish healthy sleep patterns with baby. ...Read more
I had a huge quarrel, crying, raising voice, trying to calm downbut...Pregnant38 weeks could it harm baby please answer?
No harm: Maternal stress is not going to hurt your baby if it's short lived (a couple of days) and you otherwsie have the support around you tha tyou need right now. Stress in your system actually can help the baby mature more quickly. However, you are nearing delivery and need to care for yourself and others should be pampering you right now. Hormones are raging, so take a deep breath and relax ...Read more
My 5 year old squezed my newborn hard and it started crying hard for 3-4 minutes. Can there be damaged done? The baby is ok..
Possibly: Really can't tell over the internet. If it seems tender or swollen, or if the baby is fussy, I would have him seen for sure. May want to call the baby's pediatrician and discuss it with him/her. ...Read more
After crying continuously for a wk, my 2yr old voice changed. Now almost 2mth, her voice still not return. Is her vocal chord damage?
I have been advised to let my baby cry herself to sleep. I took the advice and now, she has a coarse voice from crying. Is that really advisable?
A real problem: Trouble is that your anxiety is being perceived by the baby. She needs reassurance by your loving activity around her. Try to show that her environment is safe and if she is old enough to understand, try telling her that "mommy needs her sleep too". It is love that wins the day. Your anxiety must be extinguished----not easy to do but is the "art of motherhood". ...Read more
Need a therapist to answer this. I'm 24. Whenever I get yelled at/person raises voice at me. I feel like crying. I hold it in if at work. Why is that?
Consider this...: An estimated 75% of people will experience a traumatic event in their lifetime. These episodes cause great suffering, but can also be powerful for positive change. One study of 600 survivors found that a majority reported greater inner strength, were closer to friends and family, & were reorienting their lives toward more fulfilling goals. Growth begins with healing. Ref. Time. Com ...Read more
No: Crying is normal. Excessive crying is not normal. If the baby is less than 24 hours old and you are still in the hospital, please seek care from the nurses and doctors there since it's rare to discharge a baby before 24 hours of age. Ensure the baby is well fed and is warm. Have the baby examined by a qualified professional. ...Read more
My son the 8th month old he has not been crying excessively he is a happy child, it just recently happened with his raspy voice. Is his voice changing?
My newborn baby keeps crying, I think she is constipated, what can I do to stop her pain. Please.
Crying vs pain: Please do not get into the habit of equating crying with pain. Babies cry for hours every single day. This is how they communicate, stretch out their lungs, get you to come and hold them, get you to feed them. Make sure you are burping well, swaddle baby so they feel more secure, make sure baby getting enough to eat. If questions about normal stool patterns and whether she is constipated, ask doc. ...Read more
There is so much pressure frm mu teacher to get 100% whenever I hear her voice or name I start crying or becone extremely moodless or rude! Suggestions?
Talk to your parents: Please tell your parents and your doctor how you are feeling. It may help to have a meeting with your teacher and your parents so that the pressure on you is lessened. You might need to see a counselor who can help you find ways to manage your emotions and your anxiety regarding this teacher. Your parents and doctor can help you find a good counselor near you. ...Read more
May be contagious: Newborns are particularly susceptible to catching other people's colds. Losing your voice suggests laryngitis which is often due to a virus that s/he might catch. Also, because its flu season, extra caution is advisable. You should see your doctor to see if you need treatment and what precautions to take with your child. ...Read more
If I relax, I hear voices crying and talking to me. If I pay attention for exemple studying, this doesn't happend. Are these hallucinations?
Possibly, or not: Hallucinations are sensory experiences without external stimuli. Illusions are sensory experiences that come with external stimuli that are misinterpreted by the brain. I can't say which you're having from your question alone. Sometimes people who are grieving hear voices like this. Please see a psychiatrist in your community to further explore what's happening with you, and get help. Be well. ...Read more
My newborn keep on crying, wiggling up her body as though she's in pain she does this when she's sleeping and nursing im very concern about why?
Lots of reasons: There are a number of reasons why newborns cry--mostly benign--but you should have her evaluated by her pediatrician to make sure ...Read more
Hello when my parents raise their voice on me for no remarkable reason I get mad and upset I start crying and shaking to the point I can't stand?
Impulse control EMDR: Try developing a skill set so you handle your parents outbursts. Just because they burst, doesn't mean you need to react in the same pattern you describe. I'm a fan of EMDR techniques. Look them up. Skills to help with anxiety and healthy ways to calm you in the moment. ...Read more
Hard to say: Since babies are pooping laying down & don't have much abdominal muscle power, they may fuss just to push things out. They may be spooked by the sensation. They may cramp with the process. Until they are old enough to ask we often never know. ...Read more
How can I stop my self from crying the moment someone talks to me in a stern voice. I take anxiety meds already. But what eles can be done?
Some people are: Very sensitive to criticism or to perceived rejection. I would encourage you to look into cognitive behavioral therapy. It can help you to see life evens with more reality ; less reaction. ...Read more
My 1yr old daughter became very stubborn after fever, she cry for no reason For upto 15-75min, even her voice changed coz of crying alot, HELP PLZ?
Fever...: The fever could be indicating that your daughter is fighting an infection (viral or bacterial). Did she see her pediatrician? She needs to be examined. My immediate thoughts are that she is crying for a reason - pain from an ear? Throat pain? Feeling cruddy? Have her seen to figure it out. ...Read more
My 1yr old daughter became very stubborn after fever, she start cry for no reason and don't stop, even her voice changed coz of crying alot, HELP PLZ?
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