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Baby sleep

My older daughter who is now almost 4 years old only started sleeping through the night after she turned 1 year old and I gave her homeopathic medicine. Now I have a 2 month old who is not a good sleeper during the day. She gets extremely fussy when I lay her down in her crib, she only falls asleep if I hold her. Whenever we go out she doesn't sleep, not even if I breastfeed her or if the car is moving. Sometimes she wakes up at 4am and does not go back to sleep after 1 to 1 1/2 hour later. I bought chamomile 30 pellets but i don't know the dosage. Or should I use something else to help her !? She won't calm down....
  ct263 on 2014-03-17
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How is her temperament? Is she weepy and keeps sobbing softly or does she screams a lot that irritates everyone in the house?

Did you buy the homeopathic/potentised form of chamomilla or just the extract of herb juice?
rishimba 9 years ago
She screams a lot!!! For several minutes.....!!!

I bought the homeopathic form....
ct263 9 years ago
Give her one dose of CHAMOMILLA 30C about an hour after dinner.

If you have already tried 30C potency, try one dose of 200C with her.

This should mellow her down for a few nights.
rishimba 9 years ago
Is it chamomile 200C??

One dosage of chamomile 30 is 5 pellets.... Do I dissolve it in a little bit of water?
ct263 9 years ago
Take 3 pellets and dissolve in a few tablespoons of water. Let her take one or two sips.

Or just place 2 pellets under the tongue and let them dissolve by themselves.

rishimba 9 years ago
Ok... here is how the day went. She woke up every 3 hours at night.
At 7:30am she woke up and at 8am I gave her 5 pellets dissolved in a teaspoon of water. She got extremely fussy at 8:30am. Her breathing gets heavy, she moved her head to one side to the other in her crib, and rubs her hands on her face... sometimes she is about to fall asleep and suddenly starts getting fussy again.At 8:30 I breastfed her and she finally fell asleep.
At 10:30am I woke her up. She fell asleep in the car at 11:30am.
At 1pm she woke up and at 2pm I put her in the crib to take a nap... she got the pacifier, got a little fussy but fell asleep in about 10 minutes.
At 4pm I woke her up and at 5pm I put her in the crib to take another nap... she fell asleep easily in 10 minutes. She woke up at 6:15pm and at 7pm started to get extremely fussy.... doing the same that she did in the morning: heavy breathing, etc I gave her 3 pellets dissolved in a little bit of water and then put 2 pellets directly under her tongue. She only fell asleep at 8:10pm. Now I don't know if I should wake her up again or just let her sleep until tomorrow.... ? Before giving her some homeopatic medicine I would wake her up and let her sleep again around 10pm so she won't wake up for good at 4am.
What should I stop doing or start doing? SHould I change to 200C? Please, HELP! I appreciate you guys' writing me back :)
ct263 9 years ago
Seems you have given her more than one dose. Don't give any further dose.

Watch her sleep for the next few days/nights.

If you see, in the next few days there is absolutely no change in her sleep pattern or behavior, you may give her just one dose of CHAMOMILLA 200C in empty stomach. Then watch for the next 3 nights.
rishimba 9 years ago

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