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Birth to five forum

Parents of babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers can ask questions about the health and development of their children, from teething to weaning to schooling.

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No unread posts Twins and multiples
If you've got twins, triplets or more, or are expecting a multiple birth, chat about how you're feeling and the special problems you face.
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14 July 2010 7:11PM
 
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No unread posts Breastfeeding forum
If you're breastfeeding, or about to have a child and wondering about feeding, chat to other mums about your experiences, ask questions and discuss any issues affecting you.
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20 September 2011 5:18PM
 
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Early symptoms - please help
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circumcision
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Amoxicillin side effects
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Asthma in Children under 5??
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Breastfeeding at work
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23 weeks with identical twin boys
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Dealing with toddler tantrums - any tips?
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Chickenpox and flying - help!
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About the birth to five forum

Whether your child is a newborn, a toddler or a pre-schooler, this forum is for you. Chat about all the big questions, from how to soothe a crying baby to how to prepare your child for school, and the small ones.

And don’t forget yourself – your health and wellbeing is crucial too, so ask how others are coping and they might be able to help you. 

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