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    baby hiccups

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    my son is 8 days old and gets the hiccups alot any of you moms have this problemif so what do u do cuz idk what to do
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    its normal. nothing to worry about
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    Just let him have them til they go away.... my kids got them a lot too. If they are that bad you can always try gripe water, it's supposed to help with tummy aches and hiccups.
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    Matt used to get them every time I put him down when he was really little. Just make sure you burp him really well after you feed him. Also, I don't know if you're breastfeeding but a little bit of breastmilk or a pacifier can help them go away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brittany Rashel View Post
    Matt used to get them every time I put him down when he was really little. Just make sure you burp him really well after you feed him. Also, I don't know if you're breastfeeding but a little bit of breastmilk or a pacifier can help them go away.
    That is what worked for David also. At 3 months he is only getting them every couple of days now instead of a couple times a day.
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    I was told they will bother Mom more than baby. Jude gets them so bad sometimes and I feel bad for him lol
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    i don't think there is much you can do. Dawson gets them all the time too. It is normal I think.

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    #8
    if they get them alot out of the womb, they had them alot in. there is really nothing you can do. and hiccups dont hurt them at all. so nothing to worry about.
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    Caleb gets the hiccups almost every day - he's almost 3 months old.

    They go away quicker if I give him a bottle.

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    Maddie had them a lot when she was on the inside and now she has them out here too. I think it is ok. It's just annoying.
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