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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Please talk to your Early Childhood Health Clinic for ongoing support. Babies are generally unsettled at this tim...

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Hi Silvana, Here is a great website that offers safe foods for pregnancy and breast feeding. Best wishes, Alex.

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Hi Michelle, Thank you for your enquiry. Please visit your Early Childhood Health Centre for ongoing support. It is now advised not to introduce ...

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HI, Thank you for your enquiry. It is a bit of a `wait and see` time. The ultrasound is quite difficult at this early stage as the baby is very s...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. It is advisable to try to be as healthy as possible prior to pregnancy and if you do fall pregnant you can contin...

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HI, Thank you for your enquiry. Folic acid supplements are safe to take when breastfeeding - you can get some that are specifically for pregnancy...

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Hi Dee, Thank you for your enquiry. An ultrasound scan is checked on averages - your baby could be a bit smaller than average at 7 weeks. Try not...

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HI Megan, Thank yo for your enquiry. Early ultrasounds can be inaccurate at predicting size and dates sometimes as the baby can be difficult to s...

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Hi Rachael, I really do know how you feel; I have a fussy eater who is still going strong at almost 5. I have written a fact sheet on fus...

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Hi Louise, I really do know how you feel; I have a fussy eater who is still going strong at almost 5. I have written a fact sheet on fussy...

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Hi karlie, I really do know how you feel; I have a fussy eater who is still going strong at almost 5. I have written a fact sheet on fussy ...

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Hi Sarah, Yes it is so common these days, cows` milk protein allergies and also lactose intolerance. That’s fantastic that he has imp...

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Hi there, Most nursing mums produce around 800mls a day, but ultimately the amount depends on your baby, how often and how much bub feeds is ...

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Hi there, Has cutting down on the juice helped? Does he also drink much milk or formula? In the meantime of course there are some tips...

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Hi there, young you may be but wise you are! Stick to your guns because you are absolutely right it isn’t good for baby. You bubs kidneys, ...

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Hi Sarah, So I am guessing he is only just over 4 months corrected age? This would put him at just under the 50th percentile for weight (usi...

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There are a number of great books at the Huggies Bookclub on alphabet and words. In particular Dr Seuss`s ABC and My First 350 Words, Alison Lester...

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Hi, Thanks for contacting our organization. It sounds like you’ve had a rough time of it, especially with him needing surgery so young. I&...

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Hi there I suffered from chronic reflux when I was pregnant and found the following helped me. I used to have antacid tablets, similar to mylan...

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Hi, Thanks for contacting us. Is your daughter still quite uncomfortable, despite the frequent Gaviscon? If so, then I would urge you to talk to...

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Hi Yvette, From about 6 months on a baby should be able to sleep 7pm to 7am without and overnight feed. It sounds like he is becoming dependent...

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Hi, From about 6 months on a baby should be able to sleep 7pm to 7am without and overnight feed. The most important thing is that you settle him...

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Hi, From about 6 months on a baby should be able to sleep 7pm to 7am without and overnight feed. It sounds like she is becoming dependent on a comf...

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Hi Sarah, From about 6 months on a baby should be able to sleep 7pm to 7am without and overnight feed. It sounds like he is becoming dependent o...

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Hi Heidi, If there was an easier solution I would have wriiten about it. Controlled comforting is hard to do but gets results quickly and and by fo...

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Hi J, She may have been experiencing 8 month separation anxiety recently and this can bring about some changes. Often when baby is waking freque...

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Hi Natalie, Do what ever you need to do to have a fun and relaxing time and when you get home go back to your old routine. Settling baby is a bit...

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Hi, It`s hard to say why the sudden change for no apparent reason, just keep doing what you are doing and try not to create any new unwanted sett...

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Hi Jenny, I`d say he is out of sorts after the operation and this is very common. At this hour you have to decide on a cuddle or a battle and I s...

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Hi Kirsty, From about 6 months on a baby should be able to sleep 7pm to 7am without and overnight feed. It sounds like he is becoming dependent on ...

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