file Gentle way of Sleep Training?

7 years 6 months ago #252877 by Antz08
Shame man!

Strange that Panado helps... maybe only for the pain of teething as it has no anti-inflammatory properties. In that case Calpol might work better too.

Good luck!

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7 years 6 months ago #252868 by StellaK
thanx Antz, jip, have that in my tried and failed list.
Nerofen doesnt help much, panado works much better for the tough teething nights. prodol helps to calm him, but it has never improved his sleeping

thanx for all the advise. i really appreciate it

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7 years 6 months ago #252865 by Antz08
Hi there Stella

If it is teething then Nurofen helps too... teething causes inflammation of the ear canal and that can make it painful to lie down to sleep. Nurofen is the only anti-inflammatory that is safe to give little ones... Also Prodyl before a feed and at night helps to numb the gums to help them sleep better too!

All the best!

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7 years 6 months ago #252853 by StellaK
thanx Tanya.
i saw yesterday that sister lillan Chamomilla tablets is good for teething.
i'm going to try that as well

me 35, DH 39

TTC #1 since Oct 2012
March 2013 BFP, May 2013 MC at 10 weeks (Blighted Ovum)
6 Aug 2013 BFP, Gerhard gebore 8 April 2014
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#2 BFP 3 Jan, Franswa gebore 8 Aug 2015
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7 years 6 months ago #252840 by TanyaS
Shame Stella, I think its def teething. Ewa started a week ago, so she wakes up every night at 2am, all she wants is her dummy and then she goes right back to sleep. I think it really hurts for them so thats why they wake up irratable.

Hope it gets better for you soon!

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7 years 6 months ago #252824 by StellaK
thanx gloeiwurmpie. and he is really struggeling with teething. poor little thing.

me 35, DH 39

TTC #1 since Oct 2012
March 2013 BFP, May 2013 MC at 10 weeks (Blighted Ovum)
6 Aug 2013 BFP, Gerhard gebore 8 April 2014
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#2 BFP 3 Jan, Franswa gebore 8 Aug 2015
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7 years 6 months ago #252823 by gloeiwurmpie
Hi Stella,

When my LG was teething she wouldn't scream or cry but she was just awake. Once the tooth was out she went back to her normal sleeping pattern. I can definitely confirm that teething ruins any "normal" sleeping pattern you might have had. Good luck to the countdown of 20 teeth! xx

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