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    Thank you everyone for your replies and helpful suggestions. After another screaming match at naptime I took him to the drop in clinic as we won't get into our doctor until mid week at best. His ears are clear but looks like he may have a sinus infection, dr said there was thick snot at the back of his throat (he has a runny nose). So, cot is now propped up and the vapouriser is on. He gave us antibiotics as well. Am still expecting a bad night but at least I now know its not entirely teething.

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    The doctor on Thurs didn't say anything about this so I guess it may have developed after that visit.

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    good luck for tonight. the vapourizer works well for our DD too.

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    I hope you are having a better night tonight and he improves asap . Hopefully you have some answers now and once he's recovered he's back to he's normal healthy self . Good luck xxoo

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