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Old Apr 30th, 2017, 01:13 AM   11
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I agree with the carrier suggestion and also maybe a poddle pod would help for naps. I hear they are good for reflux babies. Ds1 was a reflux baby and became a very needy baby and toddler but is now a pretty relaxed 4yo xx



 
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I agree with the carrier suggestion and also maybe a poddle pod would help for naps. I hear they are good for reflux babies. Ds1 was a reflux baby and became a very needy baby and toddler but is now a pretty relaxed 4yo xx
We've got a poddlepod. Can't say it's really helping. I mainly use for it for nappy changes and tummy time!



 
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I agree with the carrier suggestion and also maybe a poddle pod would help for naps. I hear they are good for reflux babies. Ds1 was a reflux baby and became a very needy baby and toddler but is now a pretty relaxed 4yo xx
We've got a poddlepod. Can't say it's really helping. I mainly use for it for nappy changes and tummy time!
Ohh really? That's such a shame sorry it wasn't a very helpful suggestion xxx



 
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I agree with the carrier suggestion and also maybe a poddle pod would help for naps. I hear they are good for reflux babies. Ds1 was a reflux baby and became a very needy baby and toddler but is now a pretty relaxed 4yo xx
We've got a poddlepod. Can't say it's really helping. I mainly use for it for nappy changes and tummy time!
Ohh really? That's such a shame sorry it wasn't a very helpful suggestion xxx
It's probably one of those things, works for some, not for others. Nothing is working over here at the moment though, he's getting pukier by the day!



 
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My baby had horrible reflux from birth and I found out it was because he was intolerant of dairy and soy. I cut it out of my diet and he was all better within a week. Might be worth looking into.. hope your little one feels better soon.
Yes paediatrician told us to stop having diary as well as my daughter has milk allergies. The rashes on his stomach has cleared. Hmm after two weeks on the nexium baby has finally started to cry less. But still won't settle into the cot during the day.



 
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I agree with the carrier suggestion and also maybe a poddle pod would help for naps. I hear they are good for reflux babies. Ds1 was a reflux baby and became a very needy baby and toddler but is now a pretty relaxed 4yo xx
Yes my 2 year old has only just become less needy with the arrival of her baby brother. The symptoms of a reflux baby lasts for ages.



 
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My baby had horrible reflux from birth and I found out it was because he was intolerant of dairy and soy. I cut it out of my diet and he was all better within a week. Might be worth looking into.. hope your little one feels better soon.
Yes paediatrician told us to stop having diary as well as my daughter has milk allergies. The rashes on his stomach has cleared. Hmm after two weeks on the nexium baby has finally started to cry less. But still won't settle into the cot during the day.
Sounds like he might be in less pain now. Maybe not settling in his cot is just a newborn thing unrelated to reflux. Newborns don't tend to like being out of our arms much.



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Yes that is what I am thinking too. Especially when I hold him for at least 20 minutes after a feed so nice and cuddly.

Can't wait till he sleeps 6 hours at night hehe. My daughter never slept in the cot for naps. I thought the 2nd child should be easier hehe



 
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Had a terrible day 10 to 4 baby struggles to sleep even in my arms. Red in the face and arching back. Still think reflux is bothering him as cries after a feed when he brings up milk. 16 days of nexium hopefully not too many more. Might have to increased dosage he might be gaining too much weight!



 
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I've known many babies with reflux. If you have a boppy (a U-shaped pillow) have her sleep on that so she's propped up. Also try burping after every 2 ounces she drinks.

Also babies magic tea is great for their digestion and is safe for very young babies. About 2oz once a day. If you're EBF mom you can drink it yourself and pass thru your BM or mix it in expressed milk/formula and give her directly.



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