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7 months old infant gets up 4-5 times at night

my 7 months old son has never slept more than 2.30 hours in one go. i have tried the following.

1. feeding him solids right before bedtime so he is full enough to sleep 4 hours in a row.

2.took him to a homeo doc, who prescribed 1 week meds as his bowel movement was not daily. as per her, once bowel is regulated, he will sleep well.1 week is over and he is still gets up. His now has bowel movement almost daily but it is formed not loosih consistency.

3. I give him boiled apple and papaya for fibre.

4. Yesterday night I gave hime Coffea Cruda 30, 2 drops in some water, but he still got up.

6. He naps well in the afternoon.

7. He was colicky during earlier months and had foul smelling stool, but he is fine now.

8. He is teething too, so I am giving him Ferrum Phos and Calcerea Phos 3x.
  priya20 on 2014-05-22
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Please give him Nux Vomica 30 twice a day for 3 days and see how that affects over a week.
kadwa 9 years ago
Thanks Mr.Kadwa..I gave him 2 doses yesterday..And for the first time noted that more or less he gets up between 3am-4am only for the longest period.

Also the entire night he keeps tossing and turning in the bed and also has I believe separation anxiety, inspite of the fact that we co-sleep.

Will give him second dose today twice and will report back.
priya20 9 years ago

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