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My son is 6 weeks old. I have successively and exclusively nursed two children before him until they were over 2 years old. DS has been struggling to nurse since day one... And what I thought was a case of horrid thrush combined with a small mouthed bad latcher has turned out to be a case of posterior tongue tie- and a very tight one at that. He has all the signs: inability to latch deeply and keep a latch, feedings that last hours, clicking and popping during feeds, milk...
Hi there,   I had low papp-a with my previous pregnancy... and actually a false positive result for down syndrome as well. I did end up having early dilation and was put on bed rest with her which the low papp-a could have been predictive of. With this pregnancy (Due May 23rd) I just got flagged for low papp-a again as well as another positive screening for down syndrome. I think some people just have funky lab results...   Depending on how low your papp-a is,...
congrats!!! The full bladder happened to me too! I absolutely could not pee at. all. About an hour later I consented to an epi and 5 minutes later they drained about the same amt. 5 minutes after that DD2 appeared.
Quote: Originally Posted by Liquesce Alphabets don't kill children. Street access, stoned care providers with, by the rest of the description, plausibly badly supervised children in open water, and improper car seat use all do. Honestly I'm not seeing anything but a no brainer here. Uh yeah.... ITA. It's not like the other daycare's are strapping the children to their desks and forcing the abc's. Children love learning and especially learning...
stop buying diapers. If she pees on the floor make her clean it up......
have you called CPS yet?
I'm sorry you are going through this. If it were me and for my longterm physical AND sexual health, I would go to a specialist.
I think it's fairly normal and protocal for labial adheasons. They occur, I guess with enough frequency to warrant checking each visit throughout the first year. Our pedi stopped checking DD1 after 12 or 18 months I think.
Check his titers. If he isn't immune or he doesn't get cp before puberty, I would most definetly get the vax. There are some major consequences for sexually mature males who get cp. In these cases the benefits of the vax FAR out weigh the risks IMO.
Maybe it would help if he wasn't on a schedule. I distinctly remember having anxiety about naptime. I did not do well at all knowing that a set time was going to occur and I would have to stop what I was doing and go to sleep. Obviously he is not doing well with this schedule at home, so why not try changing it up a bit... When it's lunch time and he says "no nap" then say, "okay honey, we won't have a nap right after lunch today". Try going to his room or your room ...
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