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打嗝不是一个问题,你甚至可能觉得声音很可爱,他们做到走自己的协议,但如果发作增加规律或持续很长时间,你会想减轻他们,让宝宝更舒适。以下是我们处理打嗝的指南。

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Hiccups are not a problem \u2013 you might even find the sound rather cute \u2013 and they do just go away of their own accord, but if the bouts increase in regularity or last a long time, you will want to try to ease them and make your baby more comfortable. Here's our guide to dealing with hiccups.<\/p>","value":"

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Why do babies get hiccups?<\/h2>

Nobody really knows what the biological function of the hiccup is (other than an opportunity to scare someone rigid by shouting 'BOO!' at them without warning).<\/p>

In babies, they\u2019re caused by spasms of the growing diaphragm and newborns are especially prone to hiccuping during or after feeds \u2013 you may even have felt your baby hiccuping in the womb after gorging on amniotic fluid. Delicious! This spasming can be caused by gulping down milk too quickly or swallowing a little air and the sound can actually be quite sweet. The main thing to know is that they are common, not serious, and most bouts last for no more than 10 minutes.<\/p>

If your baby doesn\u2019t seem too troubled by her hiccups, and is generally content, you can simply wait for them to pass, and pass they will. On the other hand, if you think the hiccups are causing her real discomfort, she might be suffering from reflux, especially if she\u2019s bringing up milk as well, so it would be worth getting that checked out with your doctor.<\/p>

What are foetal hiccups?<\/h3>

If you\u2019re a new mother, you might recall feeling little tremors going through your body when you were pregnant. This is because lots of babies start hiccuping when they\u2019re still in the womb.<\/p>

Usually, you become of aware of your baby\u2019s foetal hiccups at around 27 weeks, although she\u2019s probably been hiccuping from the first trimester (you just won\u2019t have felt it because she was too small).<\/p>

You might notice your baby\u2019s foetal hiccups occasionally or up to several times a day; it really does vary. Either way, they\u2019re not a problem. They're only really an indication that your baby is doing what she should be \u2013 swallowing small amounts of amniotic fluid and getting ready to breathe by herself once she's born, and they're really just a nice reminder that she's there \u2013 they make for an interesting variation on her usual kicks and turns, too.<\/p>

How can I prevent my baby from getting hiccups?<\/h2>","value":"

Why do babies get hiccups?<\/h2>

Nobody really knows what the biological function of the hiccup is (other than an opportunity to scare someone rigid by shouting 'BOO!' at them without warning).<\/p>

In babies, they\u2019re caused by spasms of the growing diaphragm and newborns are especially prone to hiccuping during or after feeds \u2013 you may even have felt your baby hiccuping in the womb after gorging on amniotic fluid. Delicious! This spasming can be caused by gulping down milk too quickly or swallowing a little air and the sound can actually be quite sweet. The main thing to know is that they are common, not serious, and most bouts last for no more than 10 minutes.<\/p>

If your baby doesn\u2019t seem too troubled by her hiccups, and is generally content, you can simply wait for them to pass, and pass they will. On the other hand, if you think the hiccups are causing her real discomfort, she might be suffering from reflux, especially if she\u2019s bringing up milk as well, so it would be worth getting that checked out with your doctor.<\/p>

What are foetal hiccups?<\/h3>

If you\u2019re a new mother, you might recall feeling little tremors going through your body when you were pregnant. This is because lots of babies start hiccuping when they\u2019re still in the womb.<\/p>

Usually, you become of aware of your baby\u2019s foetal hiccups at around 27 weeks, although she\u2019s probably been hiccuping from the first trimester (you just won\u2019t have felt it because she was too small).<\/p>

You might notice your baby\u2019s foetal hiccups occasionally or up to several times a day; it really does vary. Either way, they\u2019re not a problem. They're only really an indication that your baby is doing what she should be \u2013 swallowing small amounts of amniotic fluid and getting ready to breathe by herself once she's born, and they're really just a nice reminder that she's there \u2013 they make for an interesting variation on her usual kicks and turns, too.<\/p>

How can I prevent my baby from getting hiccups?<\/h2>"},{"meta_id":1213084,"post_id":7098,"meta_key":"_body_1_content","meta_value":"field_5ff5e32e00b35","value":"field_5ff5e32e00b35"},{"meta_id":1213085,"post_id":7098,"meta_key":"body_2_quote","meta_value":"I've just started feeling my baby's hiccups at 31 weeks pregnant. It usually happens in the evenings, or when I go to bed, and they're very low down, in my pelvis also, and I know that's where her head is. It's cute, though, and apparently it doesn't bother the baby.","value":"I've just started feeling my baby's hiccups at 31 weeks pregnant. It usually happens in the evenings, or when I go to bed, and they're very low down, in my pelvis also, and I know that's where her head is. It's cute, though, and apparently it doesn't bother the baby."},{"meta_id":1213086,"post_id":7098,"meta_key":"_body_2_quote","meta_value":"field_5ff70e2f79410","value":"field_5ff70e2f79410"},{"meta_id":1213087,"post_id":7098,"meta_key":"body_3_content","meta_value":"

The causes aren\u2019t always clear, so preventing hiccups is tricky, but here are things you can do to avoid a hiccuping episode:<\/p>

婴儿被母亲抱着

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为什么婴儿会打嗝?

没有人真正知道打嗝的生物学功能是什么(除了一个用“BOO!”毫无预兆地对他们说)。

对于婴儿来说,它们是由生长中的隔膜痉挛引起的,新生儿尤其容易在进食期间或进食后打嗝——你甚至可能在子宫里吃了羊水后感觉到你的宝宝在打嗝。美味!这种痉挛可能是由于吞咽牛奶太快或吞下少量空气而引起的,而声音实际上是相当甜的。要知道的主要事情是,它们是常见的,不是严重的,大多数比赛持续不超过10分钟。

如果你的宝宝似乎对她的打嗝没有太大的困扰,而且总体上很满意,你可以简单地等待它们过去,它们会过去的。另一方面,如果你认为打嗝导致了她真正的不适,她可能患有反流,特别是如果她也喝了牛奶,所以值得去看医生。

什么是胎儿打嗝?

如果你是一个新妈妈,你可能记得怀孕时你的身体有轻微的颤抖。这是因为很多婴儿在子宫里就开始打嗝了。

通常,你会在27周左右意识到宝宝的打嗝,尽管她可能从最初的三个月就开始打嗝了(你只是感觉不到,因为她太小了)。

你可能会注意到宝宝偶尔会打嗝,甚至一天会打嗝好几次;它确实有所不同。不管怎样,它们都不是问题。他们只是表明你的宝宝做什么她应该——吞下少量的羊水和准备呼吸一旦她的出生,他们真的只是一个很好的提醒,她的存在——他们使一个有趣的变化在她平时踢、转。

怎样才能防止宝宝打嗝?

在怀孕31周的时候,我开始感觉到我的宝宝打嗝了。它通常发生在晚上,或者我睡觉的时候,它们在很低的位置,也在我的骨盆里,我知道她的头在那里。不过,这很可爱,而且显然不会影响宝宝。

打嗝的原因并不总是很清楚,所以预防打嗝很棘手,但你可以做以下事情来避免打嗝:

  • 喂奶时要保持宝宝平静.不要等到她饿了和焦虑了才喂她。喂食时间越平静,就越不可能吞下空气,也就越容易消化。
  • 让宝宝直立.这样做大约半小时后喂养,以帮助她的牛奶下去。
  • 吃完饭要放松.你吃完午饭后会直接去跑步吗?不,你不会,这同样适用于婴儿:他们需要时间让食物消化,所以在进食后等半个小时再做任何精力充沛的事情。

我怎样才能消除宝宝的打嗝呢?

宝宝的打嗝迟早会消失,但与此同时,你可以做些什么,让她更舒服,希望能早点结束:

  • 改变她的进食模式.试着让你的宝宝吃得少些,但多些,这样既能帮助她消化,又能给她所需的营养。
  • 让她坐起来,给她按摩后背.这样做大约20分钟,并发出舒缓的声音,直到她开始放松。
  • 风你的宝宝.如果喂食期间她开始打嗝,那就休息一下,试着给她上紧发条。这样可以排出肚子里让她打嗝的多余空气。
  • 如果你母乳喂养,试着让宝宝在换乳房的间隙打嗝。你认为吞下空气会导致宝宝打嗝吗?如果是这样,那么你的宝宝可能没有正确地抓住。确保她的嘴唇在乳晕周围,而不仅仅是乳头本身。
  • 如果你瓶喂,试着每两到三分钟打断一次,缠绕她。
  • 试着抱怨水它是水、香料、药草和种子(肉桂、茴香、姜、甘菊)的混合物,可以帮助解决消化问题绞痛.你不需要自己制作,因为到处都能买到抱怨水。卡梅隆亲自报告对比经验有些人觉得漱口水可以让他们的宝宝不那么多风,而另一些人说他们的宝宝讨厌漱口水——但如果其他方法都失败了,这也值得一试。
  • 引入一个虚拟”。不是每个人的选择,但它可能对打嗝有帮助,因为吮吸假人可以帮助你的宝宝放松她的隔膜,因此可以缓解嗝。
  • 要有耐心,活在当下.如果你的宝宝打嗝了,最重要的是你要支持她,包括从揉她的背到看着她的眼睛,让她知道你一直在她身边。就像每一次为人父母的考验一样,宝宝的打嗝总会过去,它们甚至会以一种意想不到的方式,成为你们两人的亲密体验。毕竟,一些妈妈们说,她们宝宝的打嗝与此有关笑声.我们知道其中一定有有趣的一面。
妈妈和爸爸抱着刚出生的婴儿

如果我的宝宝打嗝,我应该避免做什么?

关于如何对抗打嗝有很多流言蜚语,虽然大多数都是无害的,但有些可能是危险的,所以现在是时候揭穿它们了:

  • 不要吓唬你的孩子.你不能用电击让你的宝宝停止打嗝。这不会起作用,只会让她难过,让你手上抱着一个哭闹(还在打嗝)的宝宝。
  • 别把湿布放在她额头上.毫无意义的行动只会让她受潮和生气。
  • 别让她屏住呼吸.成年人经常尝试用这种方法来对抗打嗝,但对婴儿来说,这是危险的。
  • 不要拉宝宝的舌头,也不要压他的前额.为什么会有人这么做?你可能会问,但这听起来很奇怪,有人建议用这种方法来治疗打嗝。它很危险,可能从来没有治愈过一个打嗝的病例。
  • 不要认为对你有用的东西对你的孩子也有用.也许有一次晚上出去玩,你打嗝了,在有人告诉你试试用吸管喝矿泉水后,你就痊愈了,又能酗酒了。那对你的孩子没用,所以别试了。事实上,矿泉水不应该给两岁以下的孩子喝。
  • 不要摇晃你的宝宝.在任何情况下。永远。

我的孩子打嗝了,我应该带他去看医生吗?

有一个传说说,如果你的宝宝在子宫里经常打嗝,他们就会变成非常健谈的孩子。我儿子的情况完全是这样。我没法让他闭嘴。他也经常打嗝。

如上所述,治疗打嗝最好的方法是时间。你和你的宝宝可能只能挺过去了。很多婴儿都有打嗝的毛病,但在12个月后还会持续打嗝的情况是相当少见的,所以如果你的宝宝在一周岁后仍然经常打嗝,你可以找你的医生。

不管他们的年龄,如果你的宝宝经历了长时间的打嗝,并且明显不舒服,那么你应该寻求医疗建议,因为打嗝可能是其他问题的症状(如上文提到的反流)。如果打嗝如此频繁,以至于干扰了宝宝的睡眠,那么就很难建立一个健康的睡眠习惯。

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“打嗝很正常,不用担心。再次给宝宝上卷听起来是个好主意,并且在喂完奶后让他再直立一段时间。但打嗝不是大问题,很快就会消失。”

“我的女儿在我怀孕期间和出生后的几个月一直打嗝。她现在是一个快乐、健康的两岁孩子。对于打嗝你真的无能为力。我尝试了书中的每一个技巧,但发现最好是让她坐起来,用手托着她的下巴。”

“我现在处于怀孕的最后三个月,经常会有胎儿打嗝。我的助产士告诉我这是因为婴儿在水中游泳的液体。它们会吞东西,还会打嗝!想象我的孩子打嗝,我觉得这太甜蜜了!”

“打嗝成了我丈夫和女儿建立感情的一个重要因素。他为她感到难过,她一直在打嗝,他会无休止地拥抱她,拍拍她,抚摸她的后背。从那以后,她就成了他的小宝贝,他总是需要拥抱!”

“如果你知道风还在那里,但不会来了,那么转换风的一个好办法就是把婴儿直立起来。然后慢慢地把它们倒向一边,保持水平,然后慢慢地把它们抬起来。然后慢慢地把它们翻到另一边,再保持一次,然后再把它们倾斜起来。保持每个姿势15秒左右。”

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