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What Can I Do For My Baby To Not Become A Cry Baby
Accept and nurture: Babies cry to get basic needs met early & later cry in tantrums & responding to negative events.Nurturing does not create a cry baby.The kid who stubs his toe will cry loud & briefly, settle & return to play. The parent who tells him to stop crying invalidates his decision that it hurt & degrades his self worth.Try to strike a balance accepting the valid cry & rejecting the self indulgent whining. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sleeping patterns: Evaluate your baby's routine before she/he goes to sleep, make sure that you baby sleeps in a cool dark and comfortable place. Start routines such as reading singing or loving pat to sooth her and encourage her/him to learn how to sooth himself/herself. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Check crib: Make sure that crib is comfortable, that the room is not too cold or too warm, no scary things around. The next steps will take a few days but you need to do it. Put the baby in the crib. Leave the room. Let him/her cry a little bit. You can return to the room, try not to pick the baby up. No yelling, no screaming, no body punishment, just make it clear that the baby has to sleep in the crib. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Adopt: You could have eggs harvested and fertilized with dads sperm at a fertility center, then select a female embryo for implantation.However, this is costly and not guaranteed to work. There are a lot of myths about gender selection but none that work.You can obtain a girl through adoption, so if that is all you can live with that's your option. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Adopt: You could have eggs harvested and fertilized with dads sperm at a fertility center, then select a female embryo for implantation.However, this is costly and not guaranteed to work. There are a lot of myths about gender selection but none that work.You can obtain a girl through adoption, so if that is all you can live with that's your option. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My girlfriend and i are wanting a baby and are wanting to know if it is true a girl can get another girl pregnant. If so, what do I have to do?
Lactation consult: There are many breast feeding problems that a lactation consultant can fix if if you baby doesn't want to breastfeed. This can include a nipple shield or help latching. If a baby really doesn't want to breastfeed and you have gotten help, you can go to a bottle with pumped breast milk. Lastly you can use formula. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Use a breast pump: and feed your child later, if your daughter is already 4 yrs old, it is time to wean her, I understand the powerful bonding, but she has to be weaned at a certain point, I truly sympathize with you that you have to go to work and breastfeed your child less, ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Starting to get a cold, I'm exclusively breastfeeding my 1 month old baby what can I take for this cold and what
To do so my baby doesn't get sick?
Colds+breastfeeding: Avoid taking decongestants such as pseudoephedrine (the D component in combo antihistamine-decongestant) as that will decrease breast milk production. Antihistamines such as zyrtec, allegra or claritin are fine. Your body is creating antibodies against the cold which will be excreted into the breastmilk. Your baby may end up with a cold but no need to stop breastfeeding. ...Read more
How can I know if i can make a baby and when is it most possible for me to make a baby if I have a 44 cycle?
Testing: One cand get tests to tell if they are ovulating. A basal body thermometer can be used on a daily basis to also tell if ovulation occurs. Irregular cycles don't necessarily mean one cannot get pregnant. If there are no physical problems with infeciton, scarring, blockage or metabolic or endocriine diseases, then pregnancy is very possible. You may wish to see an ob/gyn/fertility md. ...Read more
Check the heart rate: The heart rate of a baby with SVT is much faster than a normal heart rate, often as high as 300 beats per minute. This rate is faster than you can count. Rather than trying to count the heart rate, i recommend feeling your baby's heart a few times a day to know what is typical. During SVT it is so much faster that most parents can easily tell the difference. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Shouldn't matter: There are a number of issues that can give rise to premature birth, and those effect the mother having premi babies. It is not transmitted as a genetic trait. That said, an evaluation by an OBGyn at the first sign of pregnancy, along with consistent medical care during pregnancy is the best way to get your best possible outcome. ...Read more
I am pregnant and i am not ready for the baby cant tell it to my parents also plz tell me some easy way to get it aborted?
Concern: I would like to suggest you don't go through this by yourself and would encourage you to talk to your parents. Unless there is a risk of harm from them you may be surprised by how much you support they may be able to give to you. Also several local groups through your county health may be able to help you with options of care. ...Read more
I am breastfeeding my new born. I want to get a tattoo. Will this affect my my baby? Am I able to or not able to do this
Can sle have a baby? Is that dangerous for mother and baby? If i want a baby, what can I do? How could I have a baby in a safe situation?
Rheumatologist: You will need to talk to your rheumatologist about this since there are different risk factors depending on the type of sle you have. ...Read more
Tech is in developmt: You only get one shot at collecting & preserving umbilical cord stem cells & some centers collect them routinely.There use at present is limited in scope.Research is ongoing to use them for specific diseases, to manufacture spare body parts, etc. Within the child's lifetime there may be a number of possibilities. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How safe is it to have a baby if I have myasthenia gravis? I know people do it, but what are the risks? Both to me and the baby? Will I have to go off my meds? Will i pass the disease on to my baby? I’d really like to have a baby, but i’m worried. My doc
The : The more common kind of myasthenia gravis is an acquired condition: your body is tricked into making antibodies that attack its own acetylcholine receptors on the surface of your muscles, reducing the ability of your nerves to activate them, and leading to weakness. There is another, much rarer type of myasthenia gravis that is not acquired, but genetic. Women with acquired myasthenia gravis won't pass the disease itself on to their children, but since the myasthnia antibodies made by mom can cross the placenta into the circulation of the fetus, the fetus can be affected temporarily (mom's antibodies can stay in the baby up to several weeks after birth). This condition is called neonatal myasthenia gravis. Newborns with neonatal myasthenia can have temporary weakness of limb muscles, breathing muscles, and feeding muscles. They can also have a condition called arthrogryposis, stiff joints with limited range of flexibility because they didn't move as much in the womb as they might have otherwise. This is why it is important to have acquired myasthenia gravis well-controlled throughout pregnancy. There are many different kinds of medications used to control myasthenia. Some of them, particularly the immunosuppressants (like methotrexate, azathioprine, mycophenolate mofetic) are known to cause harm to the baby if taken during pregancy, while breastfeeding, or even prior to conception. Other treatments such as steroids and ivig are less risky (but not zero risk). Women with myasthenia who are considering pregnancy should work very closely with a team including a neurologist experienced in the treatment of myasthenia gravis, an obstetrician and a neonatologist. This is the best way to reduce worry, and risk, as much as possible. For general information about myasthenia gravis, visit the myasthenia gravis foundation of america website at www.Myasthenia.Org. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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