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... Help. My 5 month old keeps waking up at night at the same times. He is not hungry or at least shouldn't be. ... (2 replies)
... No....he's only 5 months old, if he's still waking up at night than he needs to eat. If he wasn't hungry he'd settle back down with a pacifier or a min or two after nursing. ... (10 replies)
... I don't think he is teething, he shows lots of teething signs but no actual teeth. I work full time and we get up early to got to daycare so I really need my sleep. ... (13 replies)

Jun 18, 2007
... my 5 month old has been teething for quite some time now, but hasnt gotten too uncomfortable until this past week. i've tried baby orajel, n teethers, they help some but not a lot. ... (4 replies)
Apr 29, 2007
... i have a soon to be 5 month old ds and she's drooling alot more and shoving a finger in her mouth alot more than normal. but, i felt around and don't feel anything in her mouth. ... (6 replies)
... It's a good possibility that shes teething. My son started screaming constantly when he was 2 months old, after a week I figured out it was because he was teething early. Try giving her some baby orajel...see if it helps! ... (9 replies)
... Is it normal for a teething baby to refuse to suck from the bottle? ... (1 replies)
... s when its bedtime around 8 at night. So i put him down for bed with a bottle. And he falls right to sleep. Any suggestions on how i can get him to sleep atleast 5 or 6 hours again? ... (0 replies)
Teething ?
Sep 26, 2008
... My 7.5 month old is getting in his top 6 teeth all at one time. This is giving him fits. I have tried Orajel, tylenol, just at night, and giving him cold teething rings. Is there anything else I can do for him that I haven't tried? ... (3 replies)
... Oh I've been there! Not sure if it's because of the same reason, but as soon as my daughter started teething at approx. 4 months she was like this for quite some time. ... (1 replies)
Teething problem
Feb 6, 2008
... My 5 month old son has been teething for about 2 months now. I've been anxiously awaiting the arrival of his first pearly white tooth. ... (4 replies)
... She also said that teething can cause the immune system to be lowered thus the colds that are around are saying "hey this is a great place to go" . We talked for a while can ya tell! ... (13 replies)
... she was up at night too. IF she is teething have you tried to give her tylenol or Motrin before bedtime? ... (4 replies)
... My 10 month old nephew fell head first on wood floor 7 days ago. ... (0 replies)
... It's definitely difficult when you want to have them sleep next to you, but I just didn't want to be like a friend of mine who has a 9 year old, 5 year old and 3 year old all come into her bed at night still. ... (13 replies)
... However, 5 months is not too young to start letting him cry and learn to fall sleep on his own. And you need to get him out of your bed. ... (10 replies)
... Sure is possible! My son had 2 teeth at 3 months old. It is sometimes hereditary. When I was a baby I had FOUR teeth at 3 months. He is almost 5 months old now and really having a hard time with those top 2 teeth. Poor little guy! ... (13 replies)
Sick 6 month old
Sep 27, 2008
... My daugther is 6.5 months old and we are still waiting for her first teeth to appear, but we think they are close. ... (2 replies)
... mself to sleep and would sleep all night. Then we moved interstae and spent some time in an apartment while we were waiting for the house to be ready and he was teething and unsettled because of the move and I let him sleep in my bed. He was 5 months old at the time and he hasnt left since. ... (13 replies)
... and then take 2 longer naps during the day at about noon for a couple of hours, and then again at about 5 for a couple of hours, and then go to bed again at 9. ... (3 replies)

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