baby hiccups - page 2
I posted this on the pedi forum,,but it's not very active right now. For all the nurses and the moms out there, what are some tricks of the trade to help relieve baby hiccups? Not to sound insane, but this is a first baby **cute... Read More
- 0Dec 19, '05 by HooliganHmmm....I thought giving a breast-feeding baby water was a no-no? Not too sure on this...I bottle fed due to preemie latching problems but my good friend was a breast feeder and was told NO water for her baby. Perhaps that was just to keep her supply up...somone else here I'm sure would know better.
Anyway, to get to your question...my DD used to get them all the time...in utero and out. The NICU nurses told me to just feed her and they'd go away...and they did. It worked every time so there must be something to the suck/swallow theory. My daughter is now 9 months old and grew out her hiccup spells. She now only gets them on occasion but used to get them once a day at least! Good Luck and congratulations!!!!
- 0Dec 19, '05 by 10ACGIRLQuote from AlibabaMy Grandma said that she would give sugar water to my mom and that would cure it. She did that with me and I also would give Matt the same also when he would get them.I posted this on the pedi forum,,but it's not very active right now. For all the nurses and the moms out there, what are some tricks of the trade to help relieve baby hiccups? Not to sound insane, but this is a first baby **cute cute**, I work LTC and had very brief encounters with babies in school so it just freaks me out when he starts hiccuping and it just seems like his ribs are being overworked. (I know we are not physicians,, so am not asking for medical adivise, just tricks from the moms out there and the nurses who have pointers) Thanks!!!
- 0Dec 19, '05 by Dan's Sunshinehttp://www.babys-bliss.com/
Here is the info on the gripe water I used. You use a very small amount, 1 or teaspoons I think. As always, check with your Pedi first. It is considered an herbal remedy. We started using it because he had terrible gas that would make him scream. Stopping hiccups was a side effect that I noticed and took advantage of. We had to go to a health food store to buy it.
- 0Dec 19, '05 by Nascar nurse, ASN, RNQuote from Dan's SunshineHey - I thought I was the only one like this. My daughter had hiccups every night around 7pm in utero about the last 3-4 weeks. Sure enough, she was born and continued right on hiccuping around 7pm every night for a couple months. Didn't seem to bother her at all - so I didn't let it bother me. (P.S. She's 12 now and still seems to get hiccups more frequently than anyone else I know - although not at same time daily anymore).My baby had hiccups everyday in utero and all the time after he was born. I used gripe water. Works every time.