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I have seruse pain in my teeth what should i do n i have taken NISE n COMBOFLAME but still i have pain i cant sleep plz advice?

I have seruse pain in my teeth what should i do n i have taken NISE n COMBOFLAME but still i have pain i cant sleep plz advice?

Get to a dentist: Get to a dentist ASAP! When one has severe dental pain only a dentist can diagnose the problem and help you. Merely taking any pain medication no matter how strong will not resolve the problem. You must see a dentist. Sorry, there are no magic potions or remedies in these types of situations. Then see a dentist regularly to prevent future problems. ...Read more

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Im18 and still suck my thumb, its embarassing.Cant sleep if I don't cause then I clench and grind my teeth, it hurts. Should I see a dentist about it?

Im18 and still suck my thumb, its embarassing.Cant sleep if I don't cause then I clench and grind my teeth, it hurts. Should I see a dentist about it?

Yes: Using a dental guard might be a safer substitute for your thumb. Many people clench or grind their teeth in their sleep or as a nervous habit. You might also try relaxation techniques or counseling if you are unusually anxious. ...Read more

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Mum of 3 babies. Bad sleeping pattern i can't get out of. Its been10 yrs. Cant sleep before 2am no matter what.Cant get up b4 10am!help?

Mum of 3 babies. Bad sleeping pattern i can't get out of. Its been10 yrs. Cant sleep before 2am no matter what.Cant get up b4 10am!help?

Sleep pattern: At least you are getting eight hours. Try resetting your time clock for ten P.M. At9 turn off electronic devices including your telephone. Listen to soft music, reading a boring book, take a warm bath and drink a glass of wrm milk. Try going to bed at the same hour every night. ...Read more

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Recently, I am having headche in front of my forehead and above my head and its associated with teeth pain. I don't sleep well from my new infant. Help?

Recently, I am having headche in front of my forehead and above my head and its associated with teeth pain. I don't sleep well from my new infant. Help?

Stress related pain: Sometimes headaches, tooth pain, etc can all be associated with a category of pain called myofascial pain. This type of pain tends to be present more often with stress, like getting lack of sleep or other of life's pressures. An endodontist might be hepful in evaluating the teeth to rule out a source there. He might be able to provide a referral to a medical doctor, too. ...Read more

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Have 13mnths old baby.BFing intensively on demand+solids.wakes up and is fussy 5-6times a night.put back to sleep by BFing.normal?cant sleep all night

Have 13mnths old baby.BFing intensively on demand+solids.wakes up and is fussy 5-6times a night.put back to sleep by BFing.normal?cant sleep all night

Successful weaning: If you have decided to start weaning try gradually decreasing frequency & duration of breast feeding, best to try skipping feeds during the day when your infant can be diverted. Explore other reasons for the disturbance of sleep schedule; attachment issues, need for non nutritive suck, insufficient milk production / inadequate milk intake etc. This is a good point of discussion with the doctor. ...Read more

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Could teething be affecting my baby's sleep?

Could teething be affecting my baby's sleep?

Yes: For many babies, teething leads to mild symptoms that just last a few days. However, for others, teething is painful and can last much longer and affect babies sleep. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of a teething baby other than being cranky and irritable? Do they sleep more?

Irritable: Imagine a painful wisdom tooth trying to erupt as a baby. Discomfort can be relieved by applying ice to area, but a topical anesthetic like Benzocaine seems to work the best for me. Apply with a qtip. ...Read more

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My 13week old baby is bottle and eating more than usual, teething but still not sleeping through the night- is it s growth spurt?

Most likely: Most infants that young don't sleep through the night, it's perfectly normal. As far as the eating goes babies will eat more as they are growing so i would have to agree with you that growth is occurring although not sure it's a spurt. ...Read more

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