This article on constipation in toddlers has a lot of information that I think you will find helpful. Making sure that your daughter is getting enough fluids and fiber, and increasing exercise/movement time may help. If the problem seems to get worse or persist, speaking with your doctor about medications that may help (or stopping any medications that could be contributing to the problem) is a possibility. Please let us know how she is doing!View Thread
I am not a medical professional, but I think that best thing to do would be to see your doctor for another examination to see if the cause of facial twitching can be determined. Please let us know how you and your son are doing!View Thread
It would be best to consult your granddaughter's pediatrician about this problem. He/She will be able to determine exactly what is causing her discomfort and if it is hemorrhoids, suggest the proper course of treatment. Please let us know how she is doing!View Thread
How did your visit go? If your guests were not in contact with someone who has tested positive for Ebola (I am assuming that they were not) then you have nothing to worry about. You can read more about Ebola and how it is spread here .View Thread
Has your granddaughter been to see her pediatrician about this problem? He/She would be best able to diagnose what is going on. Since this is affecting her breathing, I think it is important that she is seen by a medical professional. Please let us know how she is doing!View Thread
Here is some information on breast-feeding and milk supply that you may find helpful. It talks about building your milk supply and low milk supply. Have you spoken to your pediatrician about your baby's weight?View Thread
Here is some information on how to relieve a baby's congestion that you may find helpful. If she is having a hard time breathing or if her symptoms seem to worsen or persist it would be a good idea to make an appointment with your pediatrician. Please let us know how she is doing!View Thread
Here is a video on baby skin conditions that you might find helpful. Has your son been vaccinated against chickenpox? It might be a good idea to bring him to the doctor if he still has these symptoms just to rule out chickenpox and to get the proper treatment if any is necessary. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
This article on overfeeding a baby has a lot of information that you may find helpful, including a chart with average feeding amounts based on your baby's weight. If your daughter weighs between 6 and 8 pounds, then 2-3 ounces (60-90 ml) per feeding is on average correct. Other weights and amounts are also listed, and of course every baby is different. If you are concerned, a quick call to your pediatrician may be best. Oftentimes, a baby that is being overfed will show signs of discomfort (gas, crying, spotting up more than usual, loose stools, etc.). Please let us know how you both are doing View Thread
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