My son 5 month and have cold clammy sweat from both his palm and feet. He also have excessive sweat from his...
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My son 5 month and have cold clammy sweat from both his palm and feet. He also have excessive sweat from his head, plus loosing hair a lot at the same time. I would have to put on the AC (cooler) while he is sleeping to cool him off but it still doesn't work. He would wake up with puddles of sweat on his head and pillow, plus lots of hair on his pillow that had fallen off. In room temperatures, cool, or with the AC he still sweat a lots, plus breath a lot from his mouth while sleeping but his nose is clean. He eat jar food because his formula doesn't satisfied him every 2 hour . Sleep after every time feed, barely awake. He was born full hair, I know baby are suppose to loose there hair afterward but he is loosing too much and look almost bald. He sweat while sleeping,playing or staying stiView Thread
I was wondering if anyone has dealt with this. My baby was born with visible blood vessel cluster on white of...
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I was wondering if anyone has dealt with this. My baby was born with visible blood vessel cluster on white of her eye and still has it at 6 months old - It is not a broken vessel, but just a small red cluster of veins on the border of her eye Iris. It has not change size or color from birthView Thread
Hi, I'm a mom of 2 and my 4 month old fights with his meal all the time. He was recently diagnose with UTI and had been treated. But I still notice that his appetite haven't got back to normal yet. He's eating every 4-6 hrs versus every 3hrs. He's still gaining some weight but not eating much and rather sleep than eat. My pedi didn't think its a big concern since he's still gaining somewhat. I'm just overly stressed with each feedings. I don't know what else to do... Please help....View Thread
Baby is 4 months old, he has always had problems with choking! He does have acid reflex, but I have had him...
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Baby is 4 months old, he has always had problems with choking! He does have acid reflex, but I have had him to ER cause he was turning purple from choking. They said I fed him to much formula! He does burp, but even when he don't eat its like he chokes on his own slavea! I changed bottles now using playtex nurser ones with the disposable bags!!View Thread
hi i'm a first time mom and i gave my 5 month old her medicine and she broke out in a rash . wont give her...
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hi i'm a first time mom and i gave my 5 month old her medicine and she broke out in a rash . wont give her that anymore but what can i put on the rash until the morning cause she is very uncomfortable.View Thread
What is a good otc med for nasal congestion? My 5 1/2 month old just finished antibiotics, and his pediatrician felt that it would clear everything up; but he still sounds a little congested and he has a dry cough.View Thread
My 5 1/2 month old daughter constantly has her tongue just sititng out, she has done it since she was a few weeks old. Ive brought it up to my dr at every apt but he nevers seems concerned and always just says we will keep an eye on it. She doesn't have any issues feeding with a bottle and I recently started her on baby food and rice cereal and she eats that fine too. I can look back through hundreds of pictures ive taken of her since birth though and its hanging out in every picture!! Just wondering if anyone has any ideas what it might be? or if its normal. My MD has given a few suggestions such as tongue tied but has never really went any further but to mention it to me.View Thread
My Dayton is 5 mths and 2weeks old, and he is sitting on his on for a short period of time. He loves to sit up; not quite rolling over; more like rocking back and forth. I believe he's going to surprise us and boy i can't wait. In the beginning he did not like to be on his tummy but we can tell he's getting used to it. View Thread
I am a new mom My daughter is 3 months old an for a couple days I have seen white spots at the top of her mouth an today I seen it on her bottom lip I have called her doctor but have got heard from anyone yet an she don't get her 4 month old shots til the 28th didn't want to wait that long to see what I need to do for her an she fussing an teething I am getting WORRIED!!!!!View Thread
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My son isn't quite 4 months old and today found out he has rsv and bronchiolitis w/severe wheezing. They sent...
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My son isn't quite 4 months old and today found out he has rsv and bronchiolitis w/severe wheezing. They sent him home w/ a nebulizer every 4 hrs but as early as two hrs if needed. The dr said she normally puts them on steroids also but w/ his current immune system it would make him worse. W/ his history w/ pneumonia at birth (nicu) and breathing problems since then I have learned a lot. Although I have not encountered this before, his mucus is pink (use bulb syringe). Use saline drops, Vicks humidifier, and Tylenol when needed. Any advice?View Thread
Hey, My little man just reached 3 months on the 7th and he confuses me with his sleep habits. My older son was sleeping thru the night at 3 weeks and sleeping 12 hours a night by 3 months, but this little one just isnt quite there yet. 2 nights last week he slept 7 hours straight, but then the next couple nights he was up every 3-4 hours. Last night he slept 5 straight, then ate and slept 5 more. I know every baby is different, and I'm not expecting him to sleep 12 hours straight like my 1st baby, but is there anything I can do to get him sleeping in a more consistent schedule?...
Any one else going thru a baby almost making it thru the night? let me know how old your LO's are and how they are sleeping so I know if I was was just extrememly lucky the first time or if I'm doing somethign wrong this time around?View Thread
My 4mth old has a bad cold and was put on breathing treatments with albuterol. she gets this every 8hrs. she fights its at first then it slowly relaxes her. then it knocks her right out is this ok?View Thread
Recently I went into my babies room to find her awake and breathing, but with puke all over her head an mattress (yellow in color). I picked her up and I could tell somthing was up. I was walking out of her room and noticed her Hand were blue. I became concerned. first thought in my head was that maybe she was cold, so I started a bath got her undressed and put her in the tub. Thats when I noticed her feet as well as her mouth were blue. Now I got really scared!!!! I called the doctor they wanted to see her. I took her in and the Dr. said that her ear and throat looked really rough and that she had the start of strep. He gave us meds. and sent us home. Well my daughter started puking, projectile puking, along with diarreha. I was nervous about the blue I had seen earlier, along with her past with all of her puking. I know babies puke but I swear 1/2 hour after i dress her I have to change BOTH her and I. The Dr.s just keep saying WELL babies are just really puking. Well Ok, I get that, but I am scared as heck of why she turned blue. On our way home from our dr. appointment I txt my mom, and she reminded me of a night when I slept over and she took the night shifts, she had became concerned because her hands and feet looked blueish. I am just really scared and concerned and I feel like everyone thinks that I am just being this over reactive mom. Any suggestions, or stories, or anything to help me figure out why this is happening to my little one?View Thread
Incredibly nervous... Yesterday I went to work and left my 5 month old daughter with my dad for about a half hour, who I trust fully as he raised three girls with the constant watch of my wonderful mother. When I got home she had a red patch of skin by the front of her genitals and the inside of her was redder than it should have been, I think. Also the rash looked odd to me the minute I saw it. I even took her to the hospital just to make sure. I told them that I was worried about the diaper rash as it looked a little different than usual. The doctor looked at it and gave me cream for diaper rash and sent me on my way. They didnt even look inside at all but the doctor seemed quite nonchalant about it. I do not want to implicate anybody and I would have never thought that he would do something like that but you never know. I dont know, cant really talk to anybody about this, maybe someone else has a similar situation and can help me figure this out. Confused, and scared.View Thread
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