risk of sid

Related Questions & Answers

Results 1-10 from 20 articles

3-Month Old Turning onto Stomach During Sleep

I was told that once they start rolling over on their own the risk of SIDS decreases. I know the risk isn't gone until she's two, but I really believe that ...

3 Month Old Rolling on to Tummy at Night

I know he is strong enough to hold his head up so I'm not so concerned with sufficating but I am very concerned with the increased risk of SIDS. ...

Tummy Sleeper

The risk of SIDS is pretty small at that point. So, I would just let him sleep how he is most comfortable. Good luck! Helpful? ...

Is it ok to put a pillow in a crib for an older baby?

The risk for SIDS is turning out to be completely different that suffocation risks. If it seems that he would like a pillow, try one, get one thats flat, ...


Sep 1, 2009 ... I know some people are on the fence about this oneand that's okay but at 13 months the risk of SIDS has been significantly reduced If your ...

"Daughter Keeps Rolling over in Her Sleep"

They explained to me that if I put him down on his belly, and he did NOT have the muscle ability to roll over that could add to the risk of SIDS. ...

5 Month Old Rolling over on Tummy

then your baby should be just fine. using a pacifier can also decrease the risk of SIDS, because it puts a little extra space between your baby's nose and ...

4 Week Old Will Only Sleep on Tummy

BUT putting a child to sleep on their back only lowers the risk of SIDS it doesn 't eliminate it. You need to look up who has the highest risk for SIDS and ...

Baby Turning over and Sleeping on His stomach...Safe?

Oct 1, 2009 ... The risk of SIDS is very remote. Besides, as someone else said, if he can turn over on his own, how are you going to stop him? ...

Bumpers or No Bumpers

The risk for SIDS is up to one year (not 3 months, as someone else posted, though I think the risk decreases as time goes on, and as someone else says, ...
For Updates and Special Promotions
Follow Us

Answer Highlights