I have a daughter who is 12 weeks old. She has her first tooth. I do not know what to do. She is cleaning only to me. Also her face is so swollen, she seems she cannot breath (she is on oxygen), also she don't like to sleep. How can I help her? Oh she cannot due Tylenol or numbing agent she also don't lee teethers.View Thread
I do not know how to help my daughter. She is 2 1/2 months old, and already teething. I am into all natural oils, she is on oxygen at night now. It gets to the point she won't eat, slobbers at least a table spoon at a time, diarrhea, and all the time sleeping. I am also dealing with acid reflex with her so I know that doesn't help. I need to know how I can my poor turtle.View Thread
I have a 2 month old baby, my husband and I put her on oxygen. Due to she would grunt or just hold her breath. She seemed so better when she slept on my chest or felt me breathing. I would demand a sleep test for your baby, but this means you may not be able to hold him while he is asleep.View Thread
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