Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Insta Scoop: Rica Peralejo Reveals Lip and Tongue Tie Condition of New Baby



Images courtesy of Instagram: ricaperalejo

38 comments:

  1. It's good you found out early enough. For a newborn feeding every now and then, think how hungry he was because he can't properly drink his nourishment. Had he been born in hospital though, a pediatrician would most likely have caught this problem immediately, and surgery done before leaving the hospital.

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    1. Thank you for your comment. I’m pretty sure maraming inspired sa previous post niya to have at home births.

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    2. Unang una, the operation is done and over with. Hindi natin alam kung kelan ginawa. Same day as the home birthing, next day, week after that? We don’t know. So what’s the difference, are you just worried na they had to make a special trip to the hospital? Na sana kung sa hospital nanganak before maka alis ng hospital eh na surgery na?

      Also, did you just all assume na walang pedia on standby during birthing; or that she didn’t have her baby checked by the pedia immediately after birthing? Did you think she let her baby starve for a week bago nalaman ang condition?

      OR kelangan lang talaga manisi at makialam?

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    3. Based on Rica’s caption, the operation was not done on the same day as the home birthing. I think ang point ni 12:17 ay kung sa hosp siguro nanganak, nacorrect agad. Also, if you really read her caption, obvious naman na hindi din the following day after the birth ginawa, so ilang days din hindi nakapag-feed ng maayos yung baby.

      Anyway, sana kasi bawasan yung share ng share na minsan oversharing na kung ayaw ng family and close friends ng madaming nagcocomment at “nangengealam”.

      Also, people always have somethjng to say especially when home birthing is not the usual practice here in the Ph. Just because she’s made tons of research about it, yun na yung best choice for everyone. So expect people to say their piece talaga whether they are for it or against it. Wag ka masyado defensive and gigil 7:59.

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    4. Not necessarily true. I recently gave birth and I am a member of an online forum where mamas who were due the same month as I was are sharing our experiences. Not all lip/tongue ties are discovered while at the hospital. Many mamas learned about such condition days/weeks after they’ve given birth because only then that they noticed their babies’ difficulty with latching, gaining weight, etc. Of course some were caught early on, but many mamas have long left the hospital already before the trouble was identified. And I’m only talking about my own month’s board. What more on other months...

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    5. I had my child at one of the prestigious hospitals in manila and still hindi nakita agad ang lip and tongue tie ng baby ko. Don’t be too quick to judge

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  2. iba ito sa bingot mga baks?

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    1. No hnde po. Ito yung sobra un balat na ngcconect sa tongue saka sa bibig natin pag tinaas mo yung dila mo yun un nasa gitna, sa lip tie naman un pag tinaas mo un lips mo un nasa gitna na naggconect sa gilagid. There are time na sobra, pero pede un icorrect pinuputol lang yata. Its not that serious kaya lang mahirap sa baby makadede kasi di niya masuck ng maayos un dede.

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    2. Yes. Magkadikit yun inbetween ng lips and tongue ng bata. Ang alam ko gugupitin yon pra ma-correct

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    3. Iba po. Cleft lip or palate yun. Pag tongue tie and lip tie, di lang maoopen masyado yung mouth kasi nga 'tied'. So kelangan lang irelease yung tie para maging okay.

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    4. Simpleng ligament attachment lang po na masyadong mahaba ang part na nkakabit kaya ginugupit lang yun or kinocautery. Kung sa adult yan, wala pang 5 mins na procedure.

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  3. Sana kasi sa ospital nanganak para nalaman agad at alam ng mga doktorbyan..not against home birth naman

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    1. 12:38 Make up your mind. Not against home birthing pero may ‘sana kasi’. Alin ba talaga?

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    2. 12:38 ‘Not against home birth naman’... KUNG normal lahat? Pero pag may issue, iba naman ang sasabihin- na ay sana kasi sa ospital nalang nanganak.

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    3. Ang gulo mo 12:38.Bago ka kumuda organize your thoughts.

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  4. wala naman pong may gusto na magka ganun ang baby. wala na dapat sana kasi, sana kasi. spread love guys

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    1. Of course nobody wants it to happen. Pero since pabida si Rica sa homebirth niya sana mag-raise din siya ng awareness about things na dapat nache-check kung nanganak lang siya sa ospital. I'm sure she kinda regret it now. Lesson learned.

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    2. 1:50 super tama! Pabida bida kase sa home birth listening to her body eh ayan hindi nakita agad. Although kay rica lang ako jirits yung baby kawawa naman.

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    3. wala naman nagsspread ng negativity or the like. masama ba magspread ng awareness? hirap kasi sa mga gusto sumikat sa soc med, naggoogle lang kala mo alam na nila ginagawa nila. tapos yung mga mas shunga sa kanila sunod sunod naman

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  5. Ano yung condition na lip and tongue tie?

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    1. There’s google if you really want to know.

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  6. It’s just a simple snip anyway. No big deal. Both my kids have it done.

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  7. Bakit inaassume agad ng iba na di pina-check up yung baby pagkapanganak? Alam nyo ba lahat ng ginawa nila?? Eh pano kung later lang talaga nila nakita yun?

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  8. My nephew had the same condition at birth. A surgery called Frenectomy was performed when he was a month old.
    Ok naman na sya ngayon, awa ng Dios.

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  9. My inaanak was born in a big private hospital but her tongue tie was just diagnosed later on.

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  10. My son was tongue tie when born and fortunately our Pedia-Neonat decided to fix it right away.

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  11. Siguro malala ung sa anak nya. U g baby ko tongue tied wala pang 5 mins ung procedure. Ok naman sya after.

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  12. Parang sa pagkaka alala qo po un anak ng sister nya c paula same din ng condition ng anak nya

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  13. Yun anak ko ganyan din.. nakita kagad nun pedia nya then ginupit lang. Less blood daw kasi pag kakasilang pa lang

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  14. Actually hindi naman po required ang surgery kung nakakafeed ng maayos ang baby. My daughter has lip and tongue tie (severe) but she can breastfeed well so we decided to forego the surgery. Now she's 1y10mo, ok naman. no problems also sa speech.

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  15. i gave birth sa hospital and weeks after pa na we went to pedia dun palang nila nakita na tongue tied si baby ko. mahirap for me kase super effort mgpadede tapos yun pala reason y di sha mka dede properly

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    1. So sorry for that. A pediatrician is supposed to check the baby while both of you are in the hospital. No one asked you if the baby feeds well, or if he/she is fussy while drinking? I remember mine being checked at least 3 times daily for the 3days we were confined after giving birth. Aside from physical checking, I was asked how my kid is while feeding, and even on how many times she pooped, if the poo colour had already changed, to check that she's having enough milk and that her system is working.

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  16. Bakit naman ako may excess akong something sa tongue, wala naman problema. Daldal ko pa nga e.

    Mahilig lang talaga kayong mamuna ng negative at magungkat ng mga tapos na. Babalik naman sainyo yang negative thoughts niyo, antay niyo nalang. :)

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