My baby's leg has this can someone please help me we ask pediatrician she says its eczema and it goes away but I am worried
I have a two year old who does not speak yet he doesn’t say mama or dada he literally just grunts and does baby talk. He listens fine so I know he doesn’t have a hearing problem. He doesn’t have a tongue tie either. The doctors say he could be autistic and I don’t care if he is I just want him to speak. So my question is does anyone have any suggestions on how to get him to talk? Thank you in a... More
My baby has this rash on cheeks since 2weeks. The skin feels rough. I don't apply anything to it. Wash his face after feeding. But this rash kinda of thing is not going away or no improvement at all. Should I show him to the doctor? Or any trick to resolve this problem.
I recently (by mistake) bought a box of newborn Pampers Baby-Dry diapers instead of the ones I usually use, Pampers Swaddlers. However I noticed a really bad rash all around baby’s groin and buttocks as well. He was crying in pain but immediately after I switched to Huggies and gave him Desitin Rash Cream it gave him relief and the rash went away quickly (a few days). Has anyone else had this p... More
It’s very rare. Wondering if there’s some one on here that child has the same condition. Ours is to oat. What foods have you feed your child. Everything we’ve been reading says you should slowly interface new foods to them. Just trying to get ideas.
Any ideas why? It’s not just cause she’s tired or waking up.. she also does it sometimes throughout the day. Allergies? I asked my ped about it and she was just like oh weird🤷🏼♀️ but I have to constantly pin her arms down and wrestle her Hope she’ll grow out of it soon
My Daughters pediatrician always talks about the great things they do for speech delays in public school. My 3 Year old has already been to private pre k and I plan on sending her there again, I just want a second opinion.
I am looking for suggestions on a backpack that is big enough to carry my son’s PECS book when we leave the house. He is mostly non-verbal and relies on it to communicate his needs. We have a strap attached to it but it’s not realistic to expect a 3y/o to hold onto it while we are out. He does not like it on his shoulder or cross body style. He has a couple of backpacks from the SkipHop col... More
I am 3 months PP and suddenly started to develop an allergy. I notice it after I eat a meal. My symptoms will vary from slightly itchy skin to extreme hives on my face, neck and upper chest area. I think it may be an allergy to wheat or possibly gluten. Has anyone else experinced this? If so is there anything that seemed to help? Thanks
so we just found out from the pediatrician today that my 4 yr old stepson shows many signs of autism and has suggested further testing. He also said that we may want to look into a special needs school as opposed to mainsteam public school. Has anyone else used a special school vs a public school?
Does anyone have a daughter with XXX Syndrome? Have you found that she’s behind in speech at all? I know they’re all different, I just feel like my daughter is so behind where my other kids were. She’ll be 2 in a few weeks, is very smart, communicates AMAZINGLY everything she wants to get across, but says maybe 15 words total—and not often. 😞 Do you think speech therapy is more necessary for X... More
Yesterday my 6 month old woke up with hives on her arm that went away and came back into her thighs and went away to come back on her hands back etc. I already was taking her for her wellness exam and shots. The only new food introduced was carrots and the day of the hives she did not have any. Two days prior she did. The doctor told me to give her Benadryl and hold off on carrots and reintrodu... More