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Night Waking in 10 month old

Can someone suggest a remedy to help my 10 month old son sleep through the night???? He wakes every morning between 4-5 am. I nurse him but he does not go back to sleep. Both he and I are exhausted. Some people suggest that I ignore him and let him cry it out. I cannot do that it would break my heart but I am really at my wits end. I have been nursing him at night for almost a year now. Any suggestions????
  mullek79 on 2008-12-31
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I should also mention that he is broken out in hives right now the pediatrician thinks it is a virus.
mullek79 last decade
(Unfortunately) it is 'normal' for a child to be waking at that age. and if he is sick, it's no surprise, maybe some antihistamine to help reduce the itching he may have which may be keeping him awake? I use Zyrtec for my son sometimes & it also has a sedative effect which helps for night itching. Naturopharm also have a great spray called Aller-Med. I do understand though, getting up for the day at that hour does one in pretty quickly! Have you tried adjusting bedtime to a little later? Sorry I don't have a remedy for you!!
gdbdd last decade

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