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Unsettled baby

I am currently fostering a 10 week old baby he was removed from mother at birth placed with father bruise to leg in his care and removed from him placed with granny who couldn’t cope with the crying and difficult baby then placed with me
Baby needs constant carrying screams when put down and has clenched fists and shakes face goes bright red and will carry on for long periods but stops as soon as picked up
Baby has a sour odour even shortly after bathing
He feeds little and often screams for a feed then only drinks a small amount
I would like to help his emotional state which swings between needy and angry all day
He sleeps very little through the day but better on a night although must be swaddled or won’t settle at all
Any advice appreciated
 
  Gem on 2022-08-23
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CHAMOMILLA 30 ONE PELLET THREE TIMES A DAY..

FEEDBACK AFTER 4 DAYS.
 
anuj srivastava 3 months ago
Too much chamomilla will cause anger.
The safer way to try this is dissolve one pellet in a 1/4 cup of water.
Give baby 1 teaspoon as a dose. Then observe what happens over the next 5 hours.
If baby calms down then do not dose again until baby is upset again.
You dose as needed if the remedy helps. Too much and you will cause upset.
If there is no good response another remedy needs to be tried.
 
simone717 3 months ago
Thank you I will try the chamomilla in water and keep my fingers crossed will report back in a few days
 
Gem 3 months ago

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