Don't worry momma .Projectile vomitting is very common when they are young as their digetive system is still weak and the cough due to her infection might be the cause for vomit .Try not to give her tto much food at the same time .just give her like 2 oz every 2 hours.How old is she ?View Thread
Hi MY DS2 was born preterm by 3 weeks .and he will be completing 5 months next week but doesnot roll over on his own yet .He likes tummy time and he lifts up his head and chest but doesnot do on his own .He sometimes rolls back to his back .Is this normal ?View Thread
May be she is not ready for solids yet .You might want to wait a little bit .Also its better to Breastfeed before sleeping than formula as it calms the baby down more than forumla.My 4 1/2 old won't sleep for more than 2 -3 hrs as well and hius Paed said its normal for babies to behave like thatView Thread
Don't worry .Children who have tortocollis tend to use one eye more than theother .SO try to place hre crib mobile toys on the other side so she practises more on other eye ,Close the left eye and then try to show her favouite Toy or book and see how she responds.Good luckView Thread
My 4 month old DS is having Atopic dermatitis and poor baby itches all the time and I hate to put hydrocortisone often to control the rashes so considering homeopathic treatment .Has anybody considered or know any information about it ?View Thread
Don't worry .My DS hate it too .He is almost 4 months and he use to hate before a 1 week and my doctor wanted him to be tummy to avoid flat head but he would scream if I put him on tummy .now he seems to be ok .so don't worry .View Thread
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