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June 26th, 2012, 06:40 PM
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My son in 1 year old. He is okay around strangers but when we go to the doctor he FREAKS out..like someone is trying to kill him. I know they can have some kind of negative reaction but he is really over board. I recent switched his pediatrician to a new one and i brought him in for his 12 month check up and he got shots..about 2 weeks later he was running a fever and i brought him in and he FREAKED..she was like,"is he just doing this because he doesnt feel good?" And i was like no he always does this and she looked puzzled. How can i get him to calm down. NOTHING works! I try to sing to him, hug him...even if i am holding him..it just doesnt work
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