Why is it so hard to get pregnant second time?

Why am I having a hard time getting pregnant with my second child? What causes secondary infertility? Sometimes problems getting pregnant for a second or subsequent time are related to a complication that occurred in a prior pregnancy or prior to delivery, such as uterine scarring or damage to the fallopian tubes. Does it take …

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Your question: Why does my baby unlatch and cry?

Why does my baby keep detaching? Babies can do this for several different reasons. Sometimes it’s when the milk flow slows down or the breast is drained. … Since the breast is continually producing milk, your baby may be able to drink again on that side. Sometimes babies pull away from the breast and fuss …

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Is it safe to be 41 weeks pregnant?

Are babies born at 41 weeks healthier? In particular, newborns are more likely to die (although the overall risk was still very low) if they are born before 39 weeks, or after 41 weeks. The chance of a newborn having problems is lowest if he or she is born between 39 weeks and 0 days …

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Can baby sleep on side while swaddled?

Is it normal for a newborn to roll on their side? Some newborns will actually roll onto one side to sleep in their very first days, but most babies seem to lose the ability to roll onto their sides independently within the first month. What if my baby rolls onto her side while sleeping? No. …

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Question: Can preemie babies be normal?

Can premature babies develop normally? Most preemies grow up to be healthy kids. They tend to be on track with full-term babies in their growth and development by age 3 or so. Your baby’s early years, though, may be more complicated than a full-term baby’s. Because they’re born before they’re ready, almost all preemies need …

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You asked: Can you give a 2 month old cough medicine?

Can a 2 month old take cough medicine? Can I give my infant or child cold or cough medicine? The short answer is probably not. The FDA says that over-the-counter cold medications should not be used in children younger than age 2. The American Academy of Pediatrics does not recommend any over-the-counter cold medications for …

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Question: How often should a baby feed?

How long should babies go between feeds? As newborns get older, they’ll nurse less often, and may have a more predictable schedule. Some might feed every 90 minutes, whereas others might go 2–3 hours between feedings. Newborns should not go more than about 4 hours without feeding, even overnight. How often should babies feed chart? …

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How do you tell if a baby has a cold?

How do I know if my baby has a cold or flu? Most colds start with a sore throat and some stuffiness followed by other symptoms like cough and a mild fever on or about the third day. Flu generally starts more suddenly and severely than a cold, with a higher fever and chills. A …

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