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nursenellie replied to topic HELP - 3 yr old battling against eczema for a year - steriod induced eczema?

I would try going completely dairy free - irrespective of the skin prick testing. There are loads of alternatives out there now. Can seem like a huge change as it may also affect the evening family...

Tuesday 26 January 02:10pm
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nursenellie replied to topic Bub wants to tummy sleep! Is it safe at nearly 6mnths to let him?!

Yip. So long as there's no blankets in the cot to suffocate on and he's just in a sleeping bag? My daughter rolled over at 3 months and was a tummy sleeper from then onwards , I could go ...

Tuesday 17 November 05:09am
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nursenellie replied to topic TTC - Anovulation

Agree with the above. Depending where you are in NZ I'd go to a fertility clinic like fertility associates - or one that does public funding so that you can be assessed for the waiting list. Y...

Tuesday 17 November 05:06am
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nursenellie replied to topic Birth by vacuum suctio

I would definately take him to a cranial osteopath who is well known / experienced with children.

Monday 09 November 08:38pm
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nursenellie replied to topic TTC #1.. The journey begins!

Welcome and congrats on finally feeling like you're at a point where ttc might actually be possible Just to put the idea out there... Has your partner / hubby had a sperm analysis done? Since...

Saturday 05 September 09:10pm
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nursenellie replied to topic Help & advice needed for unsettled bub with tummy probs

It does sound like it could be a reaction to cows milk protein which is found in all formulas, apparently goat formula is meant to be the most "gentle" one you can buy off the shelf unles...

Thursday 13 August 06:30pm
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nursenellie replied to topic Exotropia?

How frustrating. I too got fobbed off by GP for months about it and ended up self referring and going private for the initial consult - where she was diagnosed and glasses prescribed. Then he trans...

Wednesday 29 July 11:33am
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nursenellie replied to topic Exotropia?

Gosh I'm so sorry, I can't imagine how upsetting that must be. Is this a recent diagnosis? Scary as it may be it sounds like the sooner they get on with surgery the better. Point to note...

Wednesday 29 July 08:40am
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nursenellie replied to topic Exotropia?

Yes, got glasses at 8 months and has had 2 operations. Almost 3 now. They continue to monitor the turning, but eyes are straight 95% with glasses on, turned in constantly if off. She wears them the...

Wednesday 29 July 07:49am
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nursenellie replied to topic Staying dry through the night

Could try double napping him, usual nappy with the wings cut off used as an absorbent liner... With a bigger nappy over top

Wednesday 10 June 07:31am
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nursenellie replied to topic TTC June 2015

Hi ladies Hope you don't mind me posting this here, have copy and pasted from a thread I started earlier today in case anyone missed it We are on our own TTC journey for #2, thought I'd ...

Wednesday 27 May 05:29pm
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nursenellie started new topic Fertility testing for those TTC in New Zealand

This popped up in my Facebook feed so thought I'd share it Fertility Associates have a special on this week only http://www.fertilityassociates.co.nz/fertilityw... For $300 you can get your...

Wednesday 27 May 12:13pm
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nursenellie replied to topic spica cast

Hi, I haven't been thru it as a mum but have looked after quite a few kids that have had it done. How old is your wee girl? The biggest thing the kids (young toddlers) seem to get frustrated w...

Monday 04 May 09:25pm
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nursenellie replied to topic Unsettled baby after moving state

There's loads of really good sleep consultants out there who can do in home visits or it can also be done over the phone / email. If it's an option (financially I mean as its not overly c...

Thursday 16 April 08:43pm
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nursenellie replied to topic HELP! Small but ACTIVE baby

Hello, I too have heard this since dd was born (she's now 2 1/2) and it used to really bother me. She's also short so is at the bottom of the charts but in all other respects is thriving....

Tuesday 14 April 08:08pm
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nursenellie replied to topic Compulsory vaccinations...

Hmm the whole thing makes me cringe a bit and sounds a bit to much dictator sounding to me... I am pro vacc but don't think this is the right way to go about it Would love to know the stats ...

Tuesday 14 April 07:59pm
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nursenellie replied to topic BOOK CLUB

Yeah I really liked it too. A good twist! Wreckage is by Emily Bleeker RS posted the link in a post on the previous page It's been keeping me awake reading with one eye at night! Lol

Monday 23 March 11:08pm
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nursenellie replied to topic BOOK CLUB

Yes the narration at the end was pretty clever - halfway thru reading it I wondered if it could be the other woman (cause I kept looking for the twist!!!) Reluctant to post the link to the story i...

Monday 23 March 10:42pm
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nursenellie replied to topic 3 1/2 month old - when is bedtime?

Generally what happens during the day (in terms of sleeping and feeding) will dictate what happens at night. I would say waking from a short late afternoon nap around 5pm is pretty good and have ba...

Monday 23 March 10:30pm
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nursenellie replied to topic Would you choose public or private for a caesarean birth?

To be honest I'd go private - what's the point of paying for the health insurance if your not going to use its benefits?

Monday 23 March 10:17pm
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