What to Expect After Tongue Tie Release (Frenulotomy)

After tongue tie treatment some babies resolve instantly and spontaneously, we hear about these cases online and it can be easy to think that if this doesn’t happen, it hasn’t “worked”.

Suckling requires the use of lots of different muscles …

Choosing a Tongue Tie Provider for Frenulotomy

Tips for finding a tongue tie provider (UK)

We get asked a lot for recommendations for independent providers that treat tongue tie in other parts of the country, so I thought some discussion around helpful things to ask when deciding …

9 month old – from eating little to lots!

Vicki contacted us about her son F; he had been slower than typical to start solids and at nine months still ate very little compared to his peers.  He breastfed every few hours day and night, sometimes as frequently 6,7 …

Projectile Vomiting Bottle Fed Baby Transformed

Thought I would update you on P’s progress 🙂
Its been a week since she had the tongue tie looked at, also she has been seeing the osteopath after your recommendation  and the improvement is amazing!
Took a few days …

From A Cow’s Milk Intolerant Bottle Fed Reflux Baby – To little Miss Happy!

Nicola’s Story:

My daughter was born in December and I had been determined to breastfeed her- I didn’t with my first and always regretted it.

From the word go I knew something wasn’t right – constant pain and clicking when …

Diagnosed “Reflux Baby” From Mostly Bottle – To Mostly Breast…

Kerry & Louie Brown’s Story

Louie is my third child and after having problems with feeding previously with my other two children, I was determined to breastfeed this time. I researched it the best I could and as soon as …

We don’t DEMAND feed, we CUE feed…

 de·mand

verb
  • Insist on having
  • A very firm statement that you want something

an outraged public demanded retribution.

Recently we have heard a lot about “feeding on demand”, but I really don’t think it accurately describes the breastfeeding relationship. Demand

How tongue tie division changed our life!

Louie was born on the September 2010 by elective c section at 37 weeks, weighing 7lb 15oz.  I was warned of several potential problems at delivering the baby so early, such as-breathing issues, sleepy baby, jaundice etc, but because I …

Kate’s experience supported by Milk

I first met Charlotte when my little boy was 5 days old. Since leaving hospital 2 days before I had been trying to feed him,  which meant lengthy times on the breast up to 3 or  4 hours, and that …

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