• Does it hurt to ask? 4 month old Baby and sleep issues.?

    Sleep apnea is NOT 'not easy waking up' it's where you stop breathing in your sleep and actually you DO wake up because your brain kicks in that you're not breathing Not commenting on anything else cos don't believe a word of what you say
    Sleep apnea is NOT 'not easy waking up' it's where you stop breathing in your sleep and actually you DO wake up because your brain kicks in that you're not breathing Not commenting on anything else cos don't believe a word of what you say
    4 answers · Newborn & Baby · 5 years ago
  • My baby won't sit up on her own , is that bad?

    Please ignore autumn she's just going to scare you Firstly crawling ISNT a milestone as many children don't and go straight into walking. Even then it's 18 months before doctors are concerned and will make referrals. My daughter didn't crawl until 11 months and it was only at point that my daughter pushed herself up to sitting.... show more
    Please ignore autumn she's just going to scare you Firstly crawling ISNT a milestone as many children don't and go straight into walking. Even then it's 18 months before doctors are concerned and will make referrals. My daughter didn't crawl until 11 months and it was only at point that my daughter pushed herself up to sitting. She didn't walk until 17.5 months. So yes she's on the later stages of development but it's not a problem On the other hand she was making 3-4 word sentences by a year so she was super advanced in that respect All children are different she'll do it when she's ready x
    8 answers · Newborn & Baby · 5 years ago
  • Site About Possible Baby Of A Couple?

    Best answer: They don't work in ANY way! We tried for a joke, both my husband are white and the baby was given a Chinese image
    Best answer: They don't work in ANY way! We tried for a joke, both my husband are white and the baby was given a Chinese image
    1 answer · Newborn & Baby · 5 years ago
  • Can i legally live with my partner and baby in a one bedroom house?

    Unless there's something written in your contract (which I very much doubt) of course you can legally live there. You could legally live there with 10 children (wouldn't be comfortable) There will come a point where the child needs its own room so you'd have to move but for several years you could comfortably live there show more
    Unless there's something written in your contract (which I very much doubt) of course you can legally live there. You could legally live there with 10 children (wouldn't be comfortable) There will come a point where the child needs its own room so you'd have to move but for several years you could comfortably live there
    5 answers · Newborn & Baby · 5 years ago
  • Is it possible that I'm infertile at 15?

    Best answer: Depo completely screws up your cycle for a long time in 99% of cases. It's just going to take time for your body to readjust It took me 10 months to get my period back after being on it 3 years and then I was irregular. A friend only had one shot of it but it took 2 years for her to get her periods back FYI it doesn't make... show more
    Best answer: Depo completely screws up your cycle for a long time in 99% of cases. It's just going to take time for your body to readjust It took me 10 months to get my period back after being on it 3 years and then I was irregular. A friend only had one shot of it but it took 2 years for her to get her periods back FYI it doesn't make you infertile, no birth control is 100%
    4 answers · Trying to Conceive · 5 years ago
  • Is it possible that I have become infertile?

    Best answer: Depo completely screws up your cycle for a long time in 99% of cases. It's just going to take time for your body to readjust It took me 10 months to get my period back after being on it 3 years and then I was irregular. A friend only had one shot of it but it took 2 years for her to get her periods back FYI it doesn't make... show more
    Best answer: Depo completely screws up your cycle for a long time in 99% of cases. It's just going to take time for your body to readjust It took me 10 months to get my period back after being on it 3 years and then I was irregular. A friend only had one shot of it but it took 2 years for her to get her periods back FYI it doesn't make you infertile, no birth control is 100%
    1 answer · Trying to Conceive · 5 years ago
  • How long should i wait? women only please!?

    Honestly the best time to test is when your period is due and late
    Honestly the best time to test is when your period is due and late
    2 answers · Trying to Conceive · 5 years ago
  • Middle name for Howard?

    Why not have it as a middle name if you have a special mean to it cos it really isn't a good first name in the slightest, poor little baby Although looking at your other suggestions the poor baby is going to struggle with an awful name no matter what
    Why not have it as a middle name if you have a special mean to it cos it really isn't a good first name in the slightest, poor little baby Although looking at your other suggestions the poor baby is going to struggle with an awful name no matter what
    5 answers · Baby Names · 5 years ago
  • Boys name LUCA: do you think it will be shortened?

    I'd have loved to have called my son Luca, I think its beautiful but there's already a boy on my husbands side called that. I've only ever heard him called luke by someone but my sister in law 'shot them down' so quick saying "his name is luka, not luke" that he was never called that again
    I'd have loved to have called my son Luca, I think its beautiful but there's already a boy on my husbands side called that. I've only ever heard him called luke by someone but my sister in law 'shot them down' so quick saying "his name is luka, not luke" that he was never called that again
    7 answers · Baby Names · 5 years ago
  • Surgical abortion in 5 hours, please help:(?

    I was in your situation and I don't regret it, it's not effected me like all the people on here say it will I was in the EXACT situation and while I'm SAD it happened I DONT regret my decision. I'm now 30, married and have 2 gorgeous children. I've had my life, education and career and I did what was right at the time for... show more
    I was in your situation and I don't regret it, it's not effected me like all the people on here say it will I was in the EXACT situation and while I'm SAD it happened I DONT regret my decision. I'm now 30, married and have 2 gorgeous children. I've had my life, education and career and I did what was right at the time for me As long as you do what's right for you now then it will always be the right decision. So yes you can be sad but it doesn't have to ruin your life like people say it will x
    13 answers · Pregnancy · 5 years ago
  • Ivf in the uk......but there's a problem!?

    To start the process he will need to have various tests done and likely sign paperwork (if I remember correctly from when my cousin had it, although things might have changed since a few years ago) so he will need to physically be at the appointments
    To start the process he will need to have various tests done and likely sign paperwork (if I remember correctly from when my cousin had it, although things might have changed since a few years ago) so he will need to physically be at the appointments
    1 answer · Trying to Conceive · 5 years ago
  • Does my name really reflect when I was born?

    No one absolutely no one will know what was the top few names from that year and in all honesty no one will care Your parents called you that because they liked the names, it's not a big deal it's just your name x
    No one absolutely no one will know what was the top few names from that year and in all honesty no one will care Your parents called you that because they liked the names, it's not a big deal it's just your name x
    4 answers · Baby Names · 5 years ago
  • Am I pregnant? should I have a blood test?

    Your doctor sounds terrible They should know that some women don't show hcg in their urine so require a blood test. Also a blood test could check for other hormonal reasons why your period hasn't come if in fact you're not pregnant
    Your doctor sounds terrible They should know that some women don't show hcg in their urine so require a blood test. Also a blood test could check for other hormonal reasons why your period hasn't come if in fact you're not pregnant
    3 answers · Trying to Conceive · 5 years ago
  • Is it right to have another baby?

    I've just had my second and woah it's turned my life upside down. It's a huge step going from 1-2. Yes I'm knackered, yes it's chaotic but it's also the most amazing thing too (daughter is just 2 and son is 14 weeks) We planned to have a second and I wouldn't change it for the world We are married and our current... show more
    I've just had my second and woah it's turned my life upside down. It's a huge step going from 1-2. Yes I'm knackered, yes it's chaotic but it's also the most amazing thing too (daughter is just 2 and son is 14 weeks) We planned to have a second and I wouldn't change it for the world We are married and our current financial status means we can provide for 2 and have a perfect house for 2. We therefore won't be having another unless we win the lottery! You're obviously in a committed relationship so if it's possible to have a second and you want a second then go for it x
    11 answers · Newborn & Baby · 5 years ago
  • When can I sign my son up for nursery?

    He *could* have been in a private nursery since he was a few weeks old If you mean when do you get the 15 hours of free nursery education from the government well that's once they've turned 3 years old If you're on some certain benefits you can start from 2 but you don't state you're on benefits So start having a look now at... show more
    He *could* have been in a private nursery since he was a few weeks old If you mean when do you get the 15 hours of free nursery education from the government well that's once they've turned 3 years old If you're on some certain benefits you can start from 2 but you don't state you're on benefits So start having a look now at nurseries to get his name down
    3 answers · Toddler & Preschooler · 5 years ago
  • Are these pregnancy symptoms?

    They could be but pregnancy symptoms can also be caused by pms or tummy bugs or UTI so you really should just do a test 16 dpo should give you an accurate result Best of luck xx
    They could be but pregnancy symptoms can also be caused by pms or tummy bugs or UTI so you really should just do a test 16 dpo should give you an accurate result Best of luck xx
    1 answer · Trying to Conceive · 5 years ago
  • Anyone know about surrogacy?

    "They are not paying for the baby they are paying compensation for what my body has to endure. Pregnancy and labour is no walk in the park and I will need a holiday and pampering after to recover" That is NOT classed as "expenses" so you need to be bery careful how you word this! From what you've said that is NOT... show more
    "They are not paying for the baby they are paying compensation for what my body has to endure. Pregnancy and labour is no walk in the park and I will need a holiday and pampering after to recover" That is NOT classed as "expenses" so you need to be bery careful how you word this! From what you've said that is NOT legitimate "expenses" Yes being a surrogate is an amazing thing to do and I've actually agreed to do this for a family member but will NOT be taking any money from them for anything!
    3 answers · Trying to Conceive · 5 years ago
  • I am 2 days late with my period, i took a home pregnancy test yesterday and it came out positive, but i think?

    Positive test is a positive test You're pregnant
    Positive test is a positive test You're pregnant
    4 answers · Trying to Conceive · 5 years ago
  • I am 2 days late with my period, i took a home pregnancy test yesterday and it came out positive, but i think?

    Positive test is a positive test You're pregnant
    Positive test is a positive test You're pregnant
    1 answer · Trying to Conceive · 5 years ago
  • First period after a D&C pretty brutal?

    More than a pad in an hour needs to get checked out You could easily become anaemic due to so much blood loss and may possibly need some iron tablets Best see a doctor to be on the safe side although it is normal for your periods to be off for a whole afterwards I'm sorry for your loss x
    More than a pad in an hour needs to get checked out You could easily become anaemic due to so much blood loss and may possibly need some iron tablets Best see a doctor to be on the safe side although it is normal for your periods to be off for a whole afterwards I'm sorry for your loss x
    4 answers · Pregnancy · 5 years ago