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March 5th, 2010, 06:55 PM
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Maybe she has a belly ache or something.
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March 5th, 2010, 07:28 PM
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Hylands teething tablets. I used them with Em, worked well. I've used them once with Abby but they didn't seem to make a difference.
Vesta, do you put them under the tongue like it says or add to a bit of water? I've always done water because I was afraid she'd choke but seeing they'd dissolve easily, probably not.
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March 5th, 2010, 08:47 PM
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Sounds just like what Chloe did!!! ugh I feel your pain!!! For her it was teething. We went to walmart, by childrens vitamins in a white bottle is teething tablets...they are a life saver for us!!!!!! They have helped her get much better rest when she is teething!! Her screaming was nothing like she had done before, so I just thought I would try the teething tablets and it helped. My two older kiddos never had problems teething so this was new for me. I asked pharmacist if humphrys (spelling?) or teething tablets were better--she said they are basically the same. Hope her screaming is as easy as teething and the tablets work for you!
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March 6th, 2010, 03:44 AM
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I put them under the tongue.

I hope she got better for you.

Maybe it was a belly ache.
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March 6th, 2010, 08:10 AM
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Could be teething. I would try motrin about 20 min before bed time. She could have sounded raspy from the screaming. Hopefully it's not a cold. I hope tonight is better for you.
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March 6th, 2010, 08:43 AM
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Does she have any cold symptoms or is eating less?

A.J is a good sleeper and last week he had a horrible time sleeping, he had a cold mostly in his chest (non productive cough), he lost his appetite. I took him to the Peds because he spit up 4 of his meals due to his cough and ended up having both ears infected.. I've read online that infants with ear infections have problems sleeping.

I know Kierasmom mentioned motrin.. I'd check with the Ped before giving motrin.. My Ped said don't give motrin until they are 6 months old.. I'm a big fan on Motrin and it sucks having to wait until 6 months to use it when your lo is sick..
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March 6th, 2010, 05:26 PM
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Does she have any cold symptoms or is eating less?

A.J is a good sleeper and last week he had a horrible time sleeping, he had a cold mostly in his chest (non productive cough), he lost his appetite. I took him to the Peds because he spit up 4 of his meals due to his cough and ended up having both ears infected.. I've read online that infants with ear infections have problems sleeping.

I know Kierasmom mentioned motrin.. I'd check with the Ped before giving motrin.. My Ped said don't give motrin until they are 6 months old.. I'm a big fan on Motrin and it sucks having to wait until 6 months to use it when your lo is sick..
I've already been given the clear to give it, but definitely check.
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