SIDS is not 100% preventable. I was a nonsmoker, my son slept on his back, I breast fed, ecc., and at two weeks old he stopped breathing/heart stopped for about forty minutes. He was being held, we noticed his color change, my stepmom who is a nurse began CPR, hospital shocked him and gave him epi twice, then his heart started back on his own but the stress put on his body made him pass away the following day. SIDS means that a baby died and an autopsy could not find out WHY. Research it, do EVERYTHING you can to REDUCE THE RISK...that is all you can do.
sids is so unknown hun... personal experience though just make sure you never fall asleap nursing thats my best advice.. i dont know if my son suffocated... but i think he did.. between my breast and the matress.. they just told me SIDS... jsut dont fall asleap like that
as for the belly thing,,, i dk my son was only a month old... but most parents have told me they do it on their own and after a while you really cant stop them from turning over unless you watch them every second they sleep in their crib
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