I’m delighted that my new book, Your Baby Manual, For Optimal Sleep, Feeding and Growth in Babies and Children, will soon be hitting the stores (you’ll be able to buy it soon on my website). Its imminent release has caused me to reflect on what has changed and what has stayed the same in the world of parenting over the past couple of decades.
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Let’s dispel some urban myths. The purpose of this blog is to a) set out the key points from my talk and b) to state (again) what advice I give parents on breastfeeding and other matters.
This blog responds to a concern expressed on our Facebook Page in relation to starting solids.
Watch this video to find out more about how The Babysleep Doctor can assist families to flourish. Hear from The Babysleep Doctor himself and several of this patients.
For women who have trouble achieving an appropriate volume of breast-milk, a drug which is commonly prescribed is domperidone. This drug, which has a long history in medicine, is prescribed principally for nausea and vomiting. In certain women, it can provide a useful increase in milk supply.