4 month old teething and bad sleepermy 4 month old son has been a bad sleeper since birth - he used to be awake all night screaming and crying. and slept all day. Also he slept on my chest if atall he slept in the night, on his stomach. Altough he slept on his back in his infancy as well as on sides.
Now he is 4 Mo old and is teething. he has very erratic sleeping and is facing irritation in his gums. he chews on everything in sight and shouts shrieks and cries. He wants to be carried all the time. especially in evening onwards. he does motion once in every 2-3 days. he is a c-section baby and was given chamomila for gas in his 1st month. now im looking for a remedy to alleviate his teething blues and get him to sleep.. i am a phdstudent who has to write a thesis - pleasehelp
forgot to mention he suffers from reflux problem also and likes to be in vertical position on shoulder or in sitting position
[message edited by Oado on Wed, 15 Mar 2017 20:16:35 UTC]
Oado on 2017-03-15
Other possible remedies are Chamomilla 30 and Dioscorea 30. Please use one by one.
♥ kadwa 2 years ago
I gave the remedy today, i noticed an improvememnt in his teething in the sense that he isnt chewing his hands and clothing. Also started having bottle feed again, earlier he was only feeding from breast and biting me in the process.
Do i need to give the remedy again?
Also i gave pulsatilla 30 for 3 days before chamomila. i self administered pulsatila. Will it be harmful for my son?
Nad if i give Belladona 30, how do i give it?i will purchase liquid drops
Oado 2 years ago
Oado 2 years ago
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