This is a discussion on Does your baby sweat a lot? within the Newborn Baby and Infant Care (up to 12 months old) forum, part of the Growing Up & Parenting category; Hi Just want to seek the advice of mummies out there. Does your little darling sweat a lot? My gal ...
Just want to seek the advice of mummies out there. Does your little darling sweat a lot?
My gal sweat a lot whenever she sleeps, may it be in morning, afternoon or at night. Does anyone know what the cause of it?
Hi, my little boy sweat alot too, I believe this is part of growing up
my gal can sweat in aircon room with fan blowing directly at her... her hands n feet cold cold, but head sweating...... -_-'"
so i think not a prob bax.. + the weather nowadays so crazy... we already BTH.. i'm sure the lil ones also cannot take it...
i dont know if my dear son is sweating alot anot but whenever i carry him up, will feel his body very very warm and the hair abit wet.. haha...
Sometime when my hubby carries my baby, my baby is wet afterthat too. Actually is the heat of the adult passing through to them too.... but i guess that cannot be helped since he needs to be carry definitely...
1stly the weather is very hot n i tink it normal for sum baby to sweat alot as sum kids r just born more scare of hot like both of my kids~
My babay sweat too. With air con on in the night he still sweat in the head. Already bought and change his head pillow still sweat and leave world map.
Hehehehehe. So masam.....
mine too.. only head.. unless i switch on air con.. will this sweating disturb their sleep since their mattress wet??
mine too... sigh..
My baby gal too...without a fan blowing on her she will perspire and her back will be wet...even in the sarong with the holes...aiyaz
If sweat alot, can use wet cloth clean? Not sure will have white spots.
pin used to perspire alot too when she was young, even til now!
the weather is so warm lately, bound to.
bathe n wipe baby more often .
n powder the areas which they tend to perspire so wont be too sticky n uncomfy for them.
let them wear thinner material clothes too.
open windows in the house to allow better ventilation.
n drink more water to cool down!