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Teething question

Hi All,

I'm very confused as to what teething remedy to use on my 2½ year old daughter. She is of olive complexion, chubby, and very loud. If she doesn't get her way she yells at the top of her lungs instantly, with no working up!! She has been waking constantly during the night a lot worse from around 12pm, (every 45 mins), she will yell out mum, or just yell in anger, and when I go to her, she usually has her eyes closed but, she is not fully asleep. I have tried chamomilla but she doesn't have red cheeks, and Calc carb doesn't work, (she does have an olive complexion though). Belladonna didn't seem to do anything for the night waking either. This is her last molar, and we've never had this much trouble for this long! Does anyone have any suggestions or questions?
  smac79 on 2010-03-04
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Also, and addition to the above, she quite often will ask for something and then throw it at me, or glare at me and punch me if she is in a bad mood. Yet she is still a very cuddly baby, and will often come to get a cuddle. She has also recently started to ask for her Daddy whilst he is at work, to the point of crying.
smac79 9 years ago

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