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    Default Unsettled after 4mth needles

    Ds just had his 4mth needles on Friday and today he is so unsettled screaming and winging so much he seems to be losing his voice!
    He won't sleep ..more than usual that is he doesn't sleep much usually.
    He screams high pitch with his broken voice of i put him down.
    Is this normal? How long will this last i think he will end up sleeping next to me tonight...

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    Have you given him some panadol??? They can be unsettles the next day

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    No i havnt given any.. Will do that now and see if it helps. He doesn't have a fever or anything..

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    I always give my kids panadol after ... They can have little reactions after ... If it continesafter maybe 48 hrs I would start to be concerned.

    In the meantime there is that nurse on call number for peace of mind; did they give you that info sheet that has the things to look out for?

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    My ds was often clingy for a day or two after ... Lots of cuddles

    Needles are hard

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    The 4 month needles are the only one my DS had a problem with. High temp and very grizzly. Bit of panadol and cuddles helped. Thankfully he took the 6 month old ones a lot better.

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    Thanks guys i gave paradol and he do end up sleeping for a few hours last night. He seems better today. Was worried with the way he was acting.. hopefully he stops that today

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    Glad he perked up overnight ... How did he go today?

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    My DD2 had her 4mo needles on Friday too and we've had a shocking weekend with her day sleeps, she's only had one 20 min nap each day she's sleep like a beaut at night though. Last night she slept for 14 hours (woke for two feeds tho).

    She's been really grizzly and wants to be held all the time while she's awake too poor bubba, not a fun weekend at all!

    Hope it passes soon, for your bub too xx

    Hate needle time!

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    ds is still really grizzly but slept ok last night.. his usual until 12am then up every 2hrs.

    day sleeps are hard too he just wants to be held.. im giving in to him now his poor voice makes him sound even more needy poor boy!


 

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