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    beat this into my head please

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    I already know the answer to this. I just need a swift kick in the pants to get it through my head.

    I have so many questions between Dawson's reflux and constant crying and yada yada yada. I want to call and ask the nurse about a possibility of a milk allergy or protein intolerance but I feel like i call them EVERY day, or at least every other day. I feel like they are probably thinking i'm a psycho mom and when they see my name come up on the call back i'm sure they are "oh god, not her again."

    I know that is what they are there for. So just tell me to get over it and call already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shannon Marie View Post
    I already know the answer to this. I just need a swift kick in the pants to get it through my head.

    I have so many questions between Dawson's reflux and constant crying and yada yada yada. I want to call and ask the nurse about a possibility of a milk allergy or protein intolerance but I feel like i call them EVERY day, or at least every other day. I feel like they are probably thinking i'm a psycho mom and when they see my name come up on the call back i'm sure they are "oh god, not her again."

    I know that is what they are there for. So just tell me to get over it and call already.
    Get over it and call already! I can understand, when I first had my dd I called a lot and had so many questions. Every dr. appointment I asked more and more questions and I bothered my mom a lot too. I just explain that I'm a new mommy and don't know what I'm doing! You can use that phrase to, it always worked for me!
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    heh, CALL them. i have no shame, so when i have kids, that's so going to be me
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    I was you with my second baby. He had reflux and colic and it was a nightmare. I can't count how many times I took him to the ER for the projectile vomiting/"spitting up." I was constantly calling his doctor and taking him in, too. Do what makes you feel comfortable, no matter what anyone else may think.
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    I feel like I take ds in to mush as well. But in all the times I have taken ds in there has only been two times that it was only a cold or allergies.

    Call or take him in! It is what they are there for. It is their job.

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    if the doc isn't being patient with you then maybe you should find a new pediatrician. Being a new parent comes with a lot of questions - you are not the only one. So if they are not willing to happily answer 10 calls a day then that particular person wouldn't get my business. Just MO... call... if your little one is not feeling well there is no shame. *hugs*
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    your a new mommy, it's normal. It's better that you talk to a nurse when you are unsure about something rather than just winging it.

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