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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Your body may settle soon and the slight irregularity of your periods may stop. Women usually ovulate 14 days befo...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. You need to see your GP for a check up. You may have a skin condition that needs more treatment than just moisturi...

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Hi, This may be the ligaments stretching that help hold the uterus. This is very common. Best wishes, Alex

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Hi, How do you put Jaymen down to sleep at night initially this may be the problem. He needs to go into his cot awake and fall asleep indpendently...

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Hi, Yes it is very common that bubs once they really get going on solids that they refuse milk feeds (by that I mean of course formula or breastmi...

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Hi, Don`t drop the daytime nap unless she really isn`t needing it, be guided by tired signs but also avoid late arvo naps. She is probably reactin...

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Hi, You have got him going down well at night and it would be a shame for this waking to become a habit of having a battle to resettle. Try our se...

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Hi, He simply doesn`t know how to sleep without you and changing this habit of his current sleep associations will take time and effort. If you we...

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Hi Erin, She needs to fall asleep on her own initially so she can settle herself later when waking on her light sleep (as we all do) It will be a...

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Hi, I think you could do with some one on one support. I would highly recommend Rhonda Abrahams for in house consultation if you are in Melbourne....

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Hi, She`s in control and you need to take back to reins. She`s quite happy going along her merry way but children need rules and thrive on boundar...

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Hi Katie, This is his sleep association and he wakes on his light sleep and looks for this to return to sleep. From about 6 months on a baby shoul...

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Hi Heleina, Arielle simply doesn`t know how to sleep without you and the only way you can change that is to teach her to sleep independently. This...

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Hi Tammy, I would wait until she is over her upcoming op to implement a new routine. Getting her into a bed will take effort on your part and yo...

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Hi Jenni, It seems so hard to get started on a new settling routine sometimes but keep in mind what you are doing now is also tiring and disturbin...

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Hi Penni, An overtired baby is harder to settle and trying so many things only brings confusion to all of you. Try following our settling program ...

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Hi Karen, Try following our settling program it also helps with teaching you to resettle baby when catnapping. Cheers, Maree

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Hi, He is winning the battle and you would have a much better chance if you were to follow our settling program precisely. It is hard, but offers ...

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Hi, Controlled comforting takes time patience and persistence and is not for everyone, but has the desired results if you can get through it. Keep...

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Hi, Is he going to sleep on his own initially? This is the key to getting him to sleep through. Cheers, Maree

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Hi Zoe, Thank you for your enquiry. This may be due to the position of the baby at the moment and will change when the baby finds a different plac...

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Hi, Controlled comforting is a hard thing to do and not for everyone. The main issue to deal with will be getting her to fall asleep on her own an...

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Hi, You need to set the rules, a drink before bed and toilet after that keep putting him back to bed quickly and quietly only letting him know it`...

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Hi, It’s important to stay cool (use shade) and keep hydrated during warm weather. If you are concerned about getting headaches and dizzine...

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Hi Sarah, It is advisable to see your carer for a check up. The baby should have more than 10 movements per day and it should have even more when ...

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Hi Melanie, As long as you continue to do what she wants things probably won`t change, she likes you there. 10pm is too late 7pm would be a much m...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. It sounds as if you are getting ready to go into labour but it is not established yet. It is advisable to go for a...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. The tightenings may be your body getting organised to go into labour but it is not labour yet. Labour is when you ...

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Kia ora Keriana, Good on you for looking at yoghurt, personally I think it is a fabulous early food and both my boys loved it at about 7-8 months....

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