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Maree...
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Hi, She has created a habit of waking for this feed and if you want to break the habit you would need to stop the feed and resettle her using anot...

Answered: 08 May 2008
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class="MsoNormal">Hi, class="MsoNormal">Thank you for contacting our organisation. I am sorry but I cannot advise you whether your daughter has r...

Answered: 01 May 2008
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Maree...
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You might still expect to offer one maybe 2 over night feeds (10pm and 2am) for any other wakings less than 4 hourly I would try resettling him wit...

Answered: 01 May 2008
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Maree...
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Hi, She seems to be waking for you comfort and to change this you would need to learn to settle her awake into the cot instead of at the breast. Y...

Answered: 01 May 2008
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Sarah...
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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. If you think that you may be pregnant you need to do a pregnancy test. Otherwise it is not uncommon not to have yo...

Answered: 29 Apr 2008
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Leann...
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Hi There, Well done for preserving, breastfeeding isn’t always easier, not like the images portray. I have a friend who feed both her sons ...

Answered: 29 Apr 2008
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Marie...
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Hi Lieve, It`s Marie here. Well Im sorry but I really cant help answer that question, the best thing to do is to write everything down and take it...

Answered: 29 Apr 2008
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Marie...
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Hi Joanne, It`s Marie here. Well Joanne that is a hard question to answer, yes it sounds like he could have reflux, but I am not a doctor so the b...

Answered: 29 Apr 2008
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Hi Megan, It`s Trudi here. You sound like you have done a great job with your first two children and their very different reflux situations. As y...

Answered: 29 Apr 2008
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Maree...
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Hi, It is heartbreaking to hear your baby cry but the program needs persistence and consistency and can take upto 3 weeks. It`s not for everyone. ...

Answered: 29 Apr 2008
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Maree...
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Hi, As long as you continue to offer she will continue to take. Only you can change this nightly routine. Cheers, Maree

Answered: 29 Apr 2008
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Sarah...
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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. At 34 weeks your baby may stay in the breech position for the birth. However, there is a technique that your docto...

Answered: 22 Apr 2008
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Hi, Thank you for your question, but unfortunately, that is something that you will need to talk to your doctor or pharmacist about. There are a w...

Answered: 22 Apr 2008
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Maree...
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Hi Kylie, She may be a tough cookie but you will need to be the tougher of the two. Babies and toddlers thrive on routine and you need to set the ...

Answered: 22 Apr 2008
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Sarah...
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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. It should be fine but not on the breast itself. Best wishes, Alex

Answered: 15 Apr 2008
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Maree...
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Hi, Where is Arrowtown? Talk to your health nurse for her recommendations for a local sleep centre. If nothing is available I can help you throug...

Answered: 15 Apr 2008
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Jacki...
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Hi Nikki, Thank you for your email. It is difficult to understand what your baby may be doing when I am not there on a day to day basis. It could...

Answered: 08 Apr 2008
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Sarah...
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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. The lump more than likely is a blocked duct. This will ease as your breast feeding becomes established in the next...

Answered: 08 Apr 2008
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Leann...
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Hi There, I must admit a lactation consultant would be best to discuss this with, the Australian Breastfeeding Assoc has lovely gals on their hel...

Answered: 08 Apr 2008
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Leann...
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Hi There, Yes it’s pretty common that around the 9-10 months some bubs start reducing their intake of milk feeds, of course by about 12 mon...

Answered: 08 Apr 2008
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Leann...
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Hi There, Congrats on the great job you have done! I must admit that weaning is slightly out of my sphere and perhaps the Breastfeeding Associat...

Answered: 08 Apr 2008
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Maree...
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Hi, Give her the benefit of the doubt for a bit longer but only one overnight feed, use the settling techniques to resettle her for other wakings....

Answered: 08 Apr 2008
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Maree...
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Hi, As long as you continue to offer the bottle they will continue to wake for it. Chnaging these habits does not come easy and you would expect ...

Answered: 01 Apr 2008
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Maree...
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Hi, At 4 months you would expect to be offering one overnight feed between 7pm and 7am. Gradually increase the daily solids during the day. Offer...

Answered: 22 Mar 2008
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Leann...
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Hi Sharon, So I am guessing then he is full and gags on the food straight after a breastfeed? The actual gap between b’feeds and solids is...

Answered: 15 Mar 2008
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Maree...
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Hi, Try our settling techniques to get her off to sleep initially and also use them for when she wakes under one hour. Try to be consistent with ...

Answered: 15 Mar 2008
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Maree...
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Hi, You really do need to be guided by his tired signs and it sounds to me like you really know what you are doing. He will drop a nap in his own...

Answered: 15 Mar 2008
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Maree...
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Hi, I`m not sure how old your bub is, but if under 6 months he may still require one overnight feed. He associates the comfort with sleep. The br...

Answered: 15 Mar 2008
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Sarah...
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Hi Sarah, Thank you for your enquiry. Your milk supply will gradually ease. You need to not stimulate your breasts at all as this will encourage m...

Answered: 08 Mar 2008
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Glend...
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Hi, Thanks for contacting our organisation. I am sorry, but we are not able to determine whether your child has reflux or not as we are not traine...

Answered: 08 Mar 2008