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excessive drooling and hyperactive baby

my baby is 7 months old. He has been drooling excessively since he was 3 months old and his lower two teeth are already out. He has been still drooling like crazy. He has been excessively hyperactive, moves his legs a lot and too fast. His arms also move a lot. He takes time to sleep, keeps on rolling in bed from here and there and is restless and slowly falls asleep. He keeps on whining at home indoors and feels happy and excited outside. His nose is always covered with drops of sweat. He stiffens his body a lot since birth, whenever he is excited, frustrated or other times also. He screams with full force and volume when frustrated which is many times during the day. Just wondering if everything is fine with him
 
  arm_dhil on 2012-07-06
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Child at this age does exhibit such behaviour. They try to explore the outside world and they know there limitations for such adventures. Keep playing with your child and talk to him > Let me know his response to that?
> Did you notice your child placing his hands on stomach/ear area while crying?

Please get hold of following medicine in liquid dilution:

1) Chamomilla 30.

>> Take three doses of Chamomilla 30. First dose should be taken in the morning. Second dose in the evening. Repeat for three days.

One dose means.
The medicine is in liquid dilution form. Add 2 drops of medicine in some half cup (Approx. 3 sip) water and stir with spoon. You can give 2-3 tablespoon from this cup and discard the rest.

Make sure you keep all medicines away from direct sunlight, strong smell, strong heat zone (keep it in a dark cool place away from allopathic medicines). Also make sure the dropper is fitted with the bottle, else use separate dropper for different medicine for making doses, this will avoid unnecessary contamination. Avoid giving any food 30min before or after taking medicine.

Please do update.

Blessings & Prayers,
Nikkie.
 
Nikkie 7 years ago
Thanks for your reply Nikkie. I will try Chamomilla for sure. I am a bit confused about the dosage though. You said three doses, one in the morning and one in the evening for three days. It means two doses one day and I have to repeat this for three days. Please let me know if I am right.

Also, I would like to mention that I talk to my baby a lot and try to play with him. He does not like to play with toys much though he giggles and laughs a lot when I tickle him or we play peek-a-boo. Whenever he is whiney or crying, we can distract him for sometime with various activities but not for a long time.

He does not place his hands on his stomach or ear when he cries but at other times when he is busy, I have noticed him touching his ear sometimes.
 
arm_dhil 7 years ago
Thanks for the update. Yes you are right it is two times a day for three days (my mistake). Some time we adults, if we try to hide some thing or try to recollect some thing we give a particular behaviour gesture like scratching your head with your fingers. It is very much normal. In small infants ears/nose/stomach or eyes are the very close range to exibit this behaviour. But some time these very small actions can be used to see the health symptoms of the infants, which they want to tell us. Please check it at your end, if while touching his ears (gently) there is all of sudden jerk/sad impression. If there is no such display then let him enjoy :)

Keep me updated.

Blessings & Prayers,
Nikkie.
[message edited by Nikkie on Sat, 07 Jul 2012 07:27:32 BST]
 
Nikkie 7 years ago
Thanks for your reply Nikkie.

I have not noticed any sudden jerk or sad impression while touching his ears but I missed one thing that he often scratches his body especially the trunk when I give him a massage or I change him. He also keeps on rubbing his eyes as if he is sleepy. His sleep is very difficult. He really struggles hard to fall asleep and will wake up in just half an hour and takes three to four naps of half an hour in a day and when he wakes up, he still keeps on rubbing his eyes. At night, he goes to bed around 9 after a struggle of one hour. Earlier he used to wake up twice at night for the feedings, one at 1:30 and second time around 5:30 in the morning. Now-a-days, i find him on his abdomen after every few minutes and then he tries to crawl in that position which disrupts his sleep. He will keep on tossing in bed then and talking to himself and then suddenly he will fall asleep. This cycle keeps on going at night and I feel he is not getting sufficient sleep at night. Even during the day, he does seem tired and sleepy but refuses to go to bed and it takes him around half an hour to go in proper sleep.

sometimes he wakes up crying as if he had a nightmare or something. Other times, he will wake up and starts calling me by making some sounds and when I will go there and lie besides him, he will sleep immediately again.

I am really worried. Please help
 
arm_dhil 7 years ago
I do understand your concern for your child. Please continue with the said doses. Are there any rashes or redness in the trunk region?

You can try the following:
1) Dress your child for bed in comfortable pajamas that aren't too hot or too light.
2) Read a story together or sing a song . This is a very comforting part of the bedtime routine for toddlers, especially when they start to recognize.
3) Make sure your child has her favorite doll to cuddle.

Please keep me updated.

Blessings & Prayers,
Nikkie.
 
Nikkie 7 years ago

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