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... You should definitely give her Motrin. Tylenol is just a pain reliever whereas Motrin takes care of inflammation. Teething pain is worse at night because of the blood flow to the head, that's most likely the reason she's up at night. ... (11 replies)
... It does sound like teething. When lying down the teeth that are trying to come in hurts worse. Thats why babys are so fussy at night when they are teething. try giving her tylenol or motrin at bed time. if it continues I would have her doc check her over for any problems. ... (8 replies)
... Wish I could have been more help but I would check his gums to see and then try a teething ring. Oh yeah, my ds was MUCH worse at night when he first started the teething. ... (7 replies)

... aturday but not real bad ones. Sometimes today he didn't want to nurse but was still fussy. The past 2 nights he has been very cranky and has not wanted to nurse at all. Sat. night we finally gave him a bottle of EBM and he went right to sleep. ... (7 replies)
... p is soothing to him and can distract him from pain. Lying down causes more blood flow and pressure....increasing the inflammation which may be why some kids are worse at night. ... (2 replies)
... al" tooth erupting pattern. my first didn't have her front teeth until after a bunch of her other teeth came in! she was a funny little snaggle toothed kid for at least 6 months!!! ... (9 replies)
... It's very possible he's teething and you just don't see anything yet. It seems to be that whenever Aden would start that behavior out of the blue, it was teething related. He could be getting his 1 year molars, those were the worst for my son. ... (9 replies)
... hours at night, he would normally sleep 11 hours straight. It turned out he was teething. ... (12 replies)
... i think teeth definitely hurt worse at night because when they're laying down flat, the blood circulates differently, and there is more pressure in that area. ... (9 replies)
... i ask because ds never cried until he started teething and now it can drive me to madness. ... (14 replies)
... months old until she started teething. Then, like a typical baby, she would wake up erratically and some nights were worse than others. ... (6 replies)
Bedtime
Jan 26, 2008
... yeah.... definitely sounds like teething. when a baby is lying flat, the rush of blood to his little gums makes teething pain so much worse, so bedtime is the worst time for teething babies! ... (5 replies)
... lmost 9 months. He's getting his top four teeth and he's had some tough nights too. I wrote about a week or so ago and "meechieny" mentioned that when babies are teething that it can hurt worse when they are laying down because of the position and blood flow. ... (7 replies)
Please help!!!
Jun 3, 2007
... am from 4 months old up until last week in her crib and without problem. I always made a point of putting her in there awake and when she woke in the night if she did I would quickly feed her then she would put herself right back to sleep. ... (2 replies)
... well DS is going to be 7 months in a week..hes been teething since 4 months and the other day, i noticed it starting to breakthrough.. ... (3 replies)
... Well starting christmas eve, DS got sick..its been getting worse everyday. ... (4 replies)
... It sucks. She will NOT let me put her down, not at all. Not for a second. She sleeps all night with my nipple in her mouth, and wakes up the minute I roll out of bed to pee. ... (10 replies)
... i have been treating and i know that it will take a few days for him to get back into a routine now we are back from 'holiday' but its very hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel when i am sooooooo exhausted from lack of sleep. ... (9 replies)
... I feel your pain. My DD is 4 mo and the teething is getting worse so Im thinking a tooth should be comming in any time. ... (8 replies)
... ppiest kid in the world, so I know it's not gas, but I'm starting to wonder about acid reflux. He never spits up though. He is getting two teeth on bottom, could teething be making him a bad sleeper? ... (8 replies)




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