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Baby Learned To Roll Over Will Not Sleep
My baby is sleep trained, but since she learned to roll over she ends up on her tummy while sleeping and she wakes up and cries. What should I do?
Age? Formula?: I applaud your training your baby to sleep and your awareness of sids when the baby is on its stomach. Once the baby can roll over and is over 4-6 months those risks are decreased and you can continue sleep training. Depending on the age and diet i can tell you whether it is normal to sleep through the night. ...Read more
Wake up many times throughout the night. Can roll over and fall right back to sleep. Generally I feel fine and energetic most days. Is this normal?
My fiance snores. When he starts i nudge him to roll over, and he wakes up angry. Neither of us are sleeping. Help!
Let him see his Dr: And get checked for sleep apnea, allergies, weight problems etc. Putting ear plugs and sleeping in separate rooms may work in the short term. (it works for me and my honey). God bless u both! http://www.medicinenet.com/weight_gain/symptoms.htm. http://m.helpguide.org/articles/sleep/snoring. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can't seem to sleep through the night. I wake to roll over then fall back asleep, esp. @ 5 & 7am. I don't wake gasping for air so no apnea, right? :-/
My 4 month old can now roll over in both directions. In her sleep she will sometimes roll onto her belly or side. Should i flip her onto her back?
I have this burning/sharp pain in the left buttocks/thigh area for a month. I only get this pain when i get up off the couch or roll over in my sleep?
I been having stabbing pain in my bone between my elbow up to my shoulder. And yes its in the bone. it hurts worse when I sleep on it and roll over it?
Bone pain: You must contact your doctor and ask for a referral to an arm (bone) specialist. Hope all goes well - please keep me posted. ...Read more
I have multiple fibroids. Lately when i kay on my back or fall asleep on my back, its very painful to sit up or roll over. Could it be the fibroids ?
I lay my 6 month old to sleep on his back. He ends up rolling over to his side. Is this ok or do I need to move him?
Let him be: After a kid develops this rolling ability he is at least past the age where he is really vulnerable.We encourage back sleeping from the beginning & hope the kid is happy with it for the first year, but by 6 m you can relax.Put him down as you do, but let him sleep whatever way he decides. ...Read more
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