Hello, it’s possible it could be the teeth, but unlikely at her age. What is more likely is that she could be suffering from colic. It also depends on how she sleeps at night, how she eats, whether she calms down in your arms or not, whether she has a temperature, diarrhoea, vomits significantly more, whether she is losing weight. If you are breastfeeding, do you have enough milk ? What changed 3 weeks ago? That’s why, I can’t give a clear answer to your question. It would be better for you to visit your daughter's paediatrician and arrange the next steps directly with him/her.Reply by: Doctor
Hello, I would like to ask, a while ago my 8-month-old son probably bit a small piece of a plastic cover from my mobile phone, it could have been a piece up to 2mm, until now I noticed that I was missing a piece, it was rounded. He didn't cough, he's cheerful, he plays, he doesn't have anything in his mouth anymore, he doesn't bleed from his mouth, I gave him a drink, he drinks normally. Should I go to the doctor with him, will it go come out in his stool or could something happen? Show moreFrom: Mom
Hello, I now have a 3-week-old daughter, born at term, gaining weight well, breastfeeding fully. However, for the last few days, she wants to be on the breast nonstop. As soon as I put her aside, she sleeps for a while, but then she wakes up and nothing calms her except breastfeeding, so I sometimes even breastfeed every hour, day and night. I’m starting to get very tired. I’d like to ask if I can give her a dummy? Will it affect breastfeeding? Show moreFrom: Mom
Hello, I would like to ask, what is the normal colour and consistency of stool in a newborn? Show moreFrom: Mom
Hello, my son is 10 months old and has been walking alone without being held for two weeks now. But it seems that his feet don't point outwards, as they should, instead they point inwards. Will this correct itself And is it better to buy him some shoes or leave him in socks? Thank you very much for your advice. Show moreFrom: Mom
Hello, I’d like to ask, what is the latest that a baby should be able to raise its head whilst on its tummy? My daughter will be exactly 3 months in a week, she was born at term. She’s cheerful, she laughs, she’s started burbling sometimes, she’s also interested in toys, she’s gaining weight nicely, but she doesn't want to be on her tummy much. And when she is, she can only keep her head raised for a while, then she leans on her forehead and starts crying. I try to put her on her belly about 2-3 times a day. Show moreFrom: Mom
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Insomnia in a 4-month-old girl
Hello, we have been fighting our daughter’s insomnia for 3 weeks, the most she sleeps during the day is 5 minutes. Otherwise, she whines, sticks her fingers and fists into her mouth. Could it be teething, even if her gums are not swollen? Thank you