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toddler sleeping issues

Dear Dr.
Gosh, still so grateful how u helped my daughter, and i am seeling help for my twin son this time.
he is a very light sleeper, wakes up couple times in the night. and once he is awake , he wont go to for bed for hours. he is a happy child overall, very stubborn though. He has a lanky build, eats well, drinks a lot of water.
I had given him septiciliin as u mentioned.he is two and weeighs approximately 30lbs. is there anything i can give him so that he can have a sound sleep. thanks
 
  Malvika123 on 2014-10-25
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Hi Malvika,

Please post this on your other thread with Dr. Saab.

He probably won't see this one, as a person would have
to go thru all the forum posts each day and they don't
have time.

He will get an email alert on the other thread bc he
has responded to you on that thread. Also he is traveling
for some days- so you may have to wait.

http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/442471/1
[message edited by simone717 on Sun, 26 Oct 2014 01:34:16 GMT]
 
simone717 7 years ago
I thought I posted this to the other message board as u mentioned . Can u send me the link...
 
Malvika123 7 years ago
Yes you did do that Malvika, and the link
is listed on this thread 2 posts up.

So Dr. Saab will see that, he is away
right now.
 
simone717 7 years ago

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