very fussy babyThis might be link to the preminture closer of her skull bones I don't know, the doctor didn't say if the two coincide.
She is very fussy, unsatisfied, discontent, restless, hard to get to sleep, light sleeper (wakes easily). Contrast to that she used to be a very happy, calm, content baby who slept well, very little work.
She got her frist two bottle teeth 5 - 5 1/2 months and has not gotten any since then. She is constipated and holds her hands over her ears, both ears turn red when she is nursing. She is curently 9 months old. She is slow to develop - not crawling and not stepping with no interest in being on stomach or rolling around.
I have tried Chamomilla, Pulsatilla, Calc Carb, and now gave her a dose of Ignatia.
What can I do? I have tried
healthyliving on 2004-01-01
coffee not good to close to bed--but again if right will give opposite effect-sleep
john stanton last decade
She may need LYCOPODIUM. This is good after immunization troubles.The symptoms are usually in the evenings, but it is a great baby remedy. Also CARBO VEG, but not with constipation. These symptoms remind me of a child with a throat/ear problem.
Try FERRUM PHOS. Either 30x or 200x. Let me know the progress. Sabra
♡ sabra last decade
She is 9 months old, has not had any immunizations and don't have plans to immunize her. I have tried Carbo Veg and Ferrum Phos in the past. She is constipated, cries in her bed until I take her out, moves bowel and finally settles to sleep. Last evening she cried during the bowel movement. Thank you for your advice.
healthyliving last decade
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