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Old Jul 24th, 2017, 03:39 AM   1
ronnie1234
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Baby grunting?


Our lo makes loud grunting noises between 2-5 in crib in night keeping myself & OH awake! She's not awake just making lots of noise! Any tips or advice?

She then tends to wake about 5.15 but will lie in crib till 6



 
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Old Jul 24th, 2017, 06:47 AM   2
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Mine was a very grunty newborn and still is some nights although it's getting a bit better. Now mine can pass wind a little easier it's definitely easing. It can sometimes be a sign of reflux but I also think it's just one of those newborn quirks.



 
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Old Jul 24th, 2017, 08:44 AM   3
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Mine was a very grunty newborn and still is some nights although it's getting a bit better. Now mine can pass wind a little easier it's definitely easing. It can sometimes be a sign of reflux but I also think it's just one of those newborn quirks.
Did you do / give anything to your LO? Or did it ease with time



 
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Old Jul 24th, 2017, 10:29 AM   4
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Mine grunts all the time. It keeps me up all night too. Sometimes if it's bad I give gripe water



 
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Old Jul 24th, 2017, 10:41 AM   5
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Mine grunts all the time. It keeps me up all night too. Sometimes if it's bad I give gripe water
Do you give it in night & wind?

Or do you do it with last feed / middle of night feed?



 
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Mine was a very grunty newborn and still is some nights although it's getting a bit better. Now mine can pass wind a little easier it's definitely easing. It can sometimes be a sign of reflux but I also think it's just one of those newborn quirks.
Did you do / give anything to your LO? Or did it ease with time
We've tried everything. Infacol and dentinox made him sick. Now give gripe water at night but most of them baby needs to be 1month for. My boy has reflux so is also on gaviscon to keep his milk down. I think time is the main help but it definitely does help your sanity to try other colic remedies to at least feel like you're doing something. The first 6 weeks are so incredibly difficult and I'd forgotten just how difficult as 5 years have passed since my first!



 
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Old Jul 24th, 2017, 10:52 AM   7
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I've got some infacol here not got dentinox yet got gripe water she's a month old tomorrow.

There's six years between my two......your right I've forgotten completely what it's like!



 
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Old Jul 24th, 2017, 11:00 AM   8
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Babies are loud sleepers! Mine stored, grunted, sniffled, made all kinds of annoying sounds to keep me up at night. lol... I'd try the gripe water if you think it might be gas, though. I love that stuff.



 
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I've got some infacol here not got dentinox yet got gripe water she's a month old tomorrow.

There's six years between my two......your right I've forgotten completely what it's like!
Gosh it's tough isn't it?! I really put myself through it over the first 6 weeks. Constant weeping thinking I'd made a huge mistake having a second etc etc. Then it started to get a little easier after then. More smiles, more periods of calm. Hoping it'll pick up again at 12 weeks like it did with my first. Hang on in there...!



 
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Old Jul 25th, 2017, 03:18 AM   10
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Yes it's completely starting all over again! I've forgotten lots. Yes I'm sure it will start getting better / easier soon when a routine starts developing. Hope it gets easier for you too.

The grunting was slightly better last night she didn't take much of the gripe water & didn't like it if I heard her grunting from 2ish I picked her up she brought up wind put her back down again she woke at 3.30 for feed I got wind up from feed but she still grunted from 5-6! Quite loudly I tried pick up wind put down but no wind came up!



 
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