Peri, I was feeling the same thing even though she was head down, turns out when the went in to get her she had both hands above her head with her arms alongside her ears--she still sleeps like that
I need some advice, I don't know whether to take Molly to the doctor (OMG, I almost just typed Vet) We're working on the 3rd night with no sleep--which I wouldnt' mind except she seems so damn uncomfortable at night. She's so stuffed up but it's worse if she's in our bedroom--so I've been attempting to sleep with her in the living room and I'm sorely missing out full size couch that we sent to the dump in favor of my mom's old 2 loveseats--I mean, I'm short, but not loveseat short. She breaths slightly better in hte living room but still not as good as during the day. Last night I fell asleep with her in the bathroom with the shower running--she didnt' sleep, just me. On top of that she has the occaisional cough, then comes the puking, basically she takes in bwtween 2 and 3 ounces and pukes up between 1 adn 2 ounces, she's constantly arching her back adn throwing her head back, although she doesn't always cry with this, just looks uncomfortable. The only way she sleeps even a little bit is face down on my chest--which of course means sleeping is out for me (I Know, sucks to be me)
Now that it's morning, she's sleeping in my arms and has been for an hour, but if I put her down or lay down myself, she's awake and mad.
None of this particularily would bother me if not for the fact that she spent the first week of her life seldom crying at all, she's not a fussy baby and I'm fairly convinced she's uncomfortable--I mean she doesn't even fuss with a poopy diaper--course after 7 days of straight constipation, maybe she likes the feel of a mushy poopy diaper.
So if she just has a cold, adding to the reflux, I dont' want to take her to the doctor and end up with antibiotics, but I also don't want to ignore something more serious.
What should I do?????????