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Why Is My Ten Month Old Son Waking Up Crying Every Hour At Night
Doctor to evaluate: A ten month-old baby who starts crying hourly at night has a problem and should see his doctor. The problem could be ear pain, throat ulcers, head ache, tummy pain, tight clothes, fever, or something else that's preventing him from staying asleep. He may be starting a new viral or bacterial illness. If he is much better in the morning, that is reassuring, but his doctor needs to evaluate him. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Help 5 week old keep waking up every hour. Diaper clean, not crying, I feed her fall asleep on my breast once she's done. I put her down n wakes up 1h?
Son 3.5 mo. old, every night around 6 he begins crying inconsolably for 2-3 hours. Does not appear to be in pain, is fair tempered during day; colic?
My son is 7 month old and has very disturbing sleep.Wakes up with crying few times during night. No fever.What it can be ?
7mo. with abd pain: Several possibilities. Any change in diet? Was he breast fed and recently switched to cows milk formula or other formula? This could be formula or milk sensitivity causing allergy or irritation. If you are breast feeding then check your diet, as it effects breast milk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 20 and a half month old girl keeps waking up in the middle of the night crying and will takes hours later to fall asleep,why?everything is good.
Son waking up every 2 hours screaming/crying & inconsolable for 30-45 min. Becomes more upset when touched or spoken to.
My son is8 month old he fall from my bed he was crying but stoped really soon like in 3 min or somthing now he is smiling playing . What to do ?
My son the 8th month old he has not been crying excessively he is a happy child, it just recently happened with his raspy voice. is his voice changing?
Why is.my 22 month old son making a very very loud wheezy noise when he's breathing and crying real bad like he's in pain? But only when he's awake?
My 18 month old son got upset and when he was crying passed out for a few seconds. When will he grow out of if? Is it normal? What can I do to prevent
Breath holding: This a very common phenomenon at children your child's age. It is brought on by the child' frustration in not getting his way. Rest assured, he will start breathing again because of breathing center in his brain. Walk away, although it may be hard. If he doesn' t have an audience he will stop performing. ...Read more
I have an 11 month old, and every night she constantly is crying and whining she also wakes up more then twice for similac thru out the night normal ?
Habit/separation: At that age they have no need to eat at night but if you offer it, the feeding clock re-sets and it will likely drive night waking the next night.Babies wine and cry at that age when they separate, because they realize how important you are to them and if they can't see you you might leave forever. Its a stage they can pass through if you let them. Offer only water at night until she stops waking ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My almost 10 month old son makes a whooping sound after crying and coughing. He has never done this before now. Could this br early signs of pertussi?
I have a 1 month old child every night he has a continuous farting even he is not crying,only crying the moment he is farting,is it normal?
My 9 month old is constantly waking up at night crying in pain. I know he's teething, but could it be from switching from rice to oatmeal cereal?
Probably not teeth: It is unusual for teething to cause enough discomfort to awaken a child from sleep, unlike ear infections. His crying at night could be due to some separation fears which often arise at this age. I doubt the cereal change is causing pain unless there is significant constipation. Try soothing him with a transition object like a blanket at bedtime and it may help during the night. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How do I know if my 2 month old is having a reaction to her immunization? My 2 month old had her 1st immunizations this morning and has been crying and fever ever since. We have given her actiminphen every 4 hours to help reduce fever and make her more c
About : About 10% of children develop fever and fussiness after the infant series' of shots at 2, 4, and 6 months. Typically the fever lasts up to 24-36 hours and the pain and fussiness should resolve in 1 day. That can be treated with acetominophen every 4 hours. Anything beyond that time frame and the baby should be seen again. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 5 month old son wakes from sleeping screaming and crying often as if he's had a bad dream. He stops after we calm him. Is it nightmares, possibly?
If your pediatrician: Says your son is healthy, growing well & developing typically, establish a consistent bedtime & routine. Read, rock, wipe out his mouth after the last feed, & put him in his own bed, drowsy but awake, without bottle or pacifier, to learn to self-calm to fall asleep & fall back to sleep when he night-wakes. See the aap's healthy child app for more tips to prevent "trained night crying" @ 6 mos. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My son wakes up every night ina terrified state what do I need to do for the last seven nights my 7 year old wakes up around the same time crying and acting as though he was scared to death he says things that don't make since, snores with his eyes wide o
Night terrors 7 yr p: Night terrors although are not common are not unheard of in this age group. U need to monitor his day time activites and avoid circumstances he gets upset in, night terrors are usually what the brain plays out from the daytime occurrances. If this does nto help u should see a neurologist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What's the best way to get a 17 month old to sit still while having his teeth brushed? Our son simply won't sit still while we try to brush his teeth, crying, screaming, and squirming everywhere. He moves around so much that i feel like our attempts at br
Turn : Turn brushing into a game. There are some new brushes that are battery operated with flashing lights. In fact some brushes will play music if you brush long enough. Let your child brush first and then you follow up. Do it every day without fail. Your child has to get used to it. If they cry and fight you, eventually they won't. This will prepare them for a visit at the dentist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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