38 wks doctor induced pitocin doc broke my water epi at 10 cm!! dumb ass doc private room na was in the hospital for a wk b4 being induced 4 hrs in the hospital pushed for 15 mins 3 hrs after water broke everything EXCEPT the epi went perfect!View Thread
My 9 month old has been sick the last few weeks and recently he has been having dry diapers after like 5 or 6 hours is that ok? my doctor has not been worried about any of his symptoms., i just dont know if im being the paranoid mom or if i really do have something to worry about. He has been sleeping for 14 hrs at night and takes like 3-4 hr naps every diaper is either completely dry or full of diarrhea and the doctor does not seem to care... please helpView Thread
I'm not traveling for this holiday but have traveled a few times w my 9month old. how old is your baby? and are driving or flying? i've flown a few times now and the best thing w that is make sure you have plenty of bottles for the lil one depending on how long the flight is take off and landing def a lil bit of a bottle to make sure their ears are good, some small toys and snacks if they r old enough to have someView Thread
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