BRY

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  • in reply to: Welcome to The DadsNet forum #122455
    BRY
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    Vinocento welcome to forum and hello to Elliot aswell, anything we can help with just ask. Hope your all safe and well

    in reply to: Welcome to The DadsNet forum #42308
    BRY
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    Welcome Marc hope you find some of the topics helpful and you can add any hints or tip as I’m always hunting for tips ??

    in reply to: Sleep routine is crap #42156
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    We have shortened his morning nap by 30 mins but no he’s having an afternoon nap for 45 mins. He’s waking at three now but going back to sleep. We were recommended to scrap all routine that we did have and try reset him ????

    in reply to: Welcome to The DadsNet forum #42042
    BRY
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    That’s me been here on dad’s net since my boy Stewart was three months. He’s just his first birthday and wow what a change and thanks for everyone’s posts and it’s helped me big time

    in reply to: Postnatal/Postpartum depression in men #23755
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    Hi I am currently being treated for PTSD and depression after the birth of my son 5 and half months ago. My wife and I were going through a normal birth and boom all of a sudden things turned really bad. So ended up with emergency c section and then my son being taken from theater to neo natal.he wasn’t breathing and had a very poor heart rhythm, so I found it very difficult to cope with anything, I ended up off work and putting so much pressure cand strain onto my wife and it was really unfair to do but I didn’t know what was going on in my brain. But I have been going to counciling regularly and I feel it’s really helping. Speaking to someone totally neutral I found was the best. But also my wife and letting her know I’m still here and willing to do anything. Yes I have bad days but she knows when I’m not me and when I’m out of sorts. Always happy to speak

    Drop me a mail and can easy email or chat on the phone

    Hope you are well

    in reply to: REFLUX HELP ME #21502
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    He doesn’t have a rash or bad nappies ect so been told he’s not got an intolerance to the milk he just has really bad reflux which is a pain for him as also us he goes through like 5 changes of clothes. He’s also teething. Really don’t no what to do. Alot of sites say add baby rice to milk to bulk it out and keep it down better some say wein him but don’t know

    in reply to: PTSD help #21327
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    don’t get me wrong I understand there’s a major life adjustment having a baby but to feel crappy about the birth and feel out of control because you can’t take there pain away or to get the really crap images out of your head isn’t fair. The surgery was so messed up and they waited 20 mins before taking our son away to neo but we weren’t able to see him or anything as a massive team of people came in and worked on our LO. he’s amazing but you still can’t help the feeling of being lost and just a bit deflated because of the whole thing. I feel let down by the NHS andnd I’m scared to have another child with what happened to my wife and I. I couldn’t go through all the truama again. I know it sounds selfish but I’m to frightend as I nearly lost my little man in the labour.

    Ps you guys who have replied thank you for your support and experiences. Please email me and we can chat as I’ll set up a what’s app group to chat also

    in reply to: SHNUGGLE BATH #21312
    BRY
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    shnuggle bath

    in reply to: PTSD help #21306
    BRY
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    It was theater and the shit show of everyone rushing in and not explaining anything to us as our limp little boy was taken away. It was horrible and I felt so out of control as there was nothing I could do to help my wife or myself. But now he’s here I’m still really troubled with nightmares and PTSD

    in reply to: Aberdeen dad's meetings #21299
    BRY
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    Yeah I have but unfortunately I don’t use Facebook, that’s why I turned to dadsnet as it would be a great way to connect with local dad’s

    in reply to: Welcome to The DadsNet forum #21263
    BRY
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    Ps I’m in Aberdeen if anyone else is

    in reply to: PTSD help #21259
    BRY
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    I have had a couple sessions of councilling but not much help to be honest. I speak to my wife (I think I try to) but it’s hard to express myself. The doctors prescribed me sertraline for a form of anti depressants but not much help. I have tried CBT therapy. It’s the fact that my wee man is safe in his bed I’m waking in a panic trying to find him and it’s scary to wake up sweating and in a mad panic

    in reply to: Welcome to The DadsNet forum #21244
    BRY
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    hi new dad to 3 month old stewart. I am from Scotland finally glad to sign upto dad’s net my wife uses mum’s net so why can’t I get advice also

    So thanks and hey
    Bryan

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