What’s the difference between reflux, acid reflux and silent reflux, and what are the main symptoms of each?
This is a really helpful episode for new mothers in particular, as we discuss the tell-tale signs of a dairy intolerance, what to look out for and what you should do if you suspect your baby is suffering.
My advice to anyone suspecting their baby is suffering from reflux is to properly equip yourself with the right knowledge and support in order to effectively fight your baby’s corner and get that all-important diagnosis.
Signs of reflux are when your baby is sick, spits up or brings up milk shortly after feeding. If your baby has reflux, here's how to combat it.
What's great about a baby rocker is that the motions resemble the same reassuring sensations your baby would have felt in the womb, which helps to soothe and calm them.
If your baby won’t stop crying for hours on end, it can be a sign of colic. “Babies with colic will often cry loudly, and sustain their crying for long periods of time. These marathon crying fits can occur on a...
The Behaviourists' founder Katy Roberts gives us the low-down on how to deal with behavioural problems that might arise as a result of reflux.
Leading UK paediatric gastroenterologist Professor Neil Shah answers your questions on cows' milk dairy allergy, what causes it, how to spot it and what to do about it.