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    My ds is the same, am glad to know this is just a stage and not all in my head!!! How long does it last.....??? The only thing that seems to work here is the Brauers teething relief, I highly recommend trying it. Sometimes we'll have a few good calm hours and I realise how much I miss my sweet happy boy and then he starts to cry again!! Hopefully it doesn't last much longer it's so frustrating when they are beyond tired and just will not sleep. Ds freaks out now when we are walking down the hallway bec he knows its time for bed!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by justthe3ofus View Post

    We're trying Bonjela and a bit of infant panadol and they have helped a little bit, but only a little bit. As others have said it's a combination of teething and their sleep cycles changing at four months. I don't think there's anything we can do except give them lots of cuddles and hang in there!
    I've heard nurofen for babies is better than panadol when teething.

    From what I''ve read this stage varies in how long it can last, from weeks to months! My little wuss-bag has (for the moment) gone back to 1 or no wake-ups during the night (she's 5 months old).

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunshineandkidlets View Post
    Ds freaks out now when we are walking down the hallway bec he knows its time for bed!!
    Mine cracks it when she is being wrapped for the same reason!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellymoe View Post
    I've heard nurofen for babies is better than panadol when teething.
    Actually I have heard this too. Might be making a trip to the chemist tomorrow For what it's worth, DD has been MUCH better today. We seem to have one good day and one bad day!

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    DS has never been the same since the 4 months sleep regression. He's 10 months now and waking 3-4 times a night

    Tonight we are starting the first of 5 nights we're dedicating to some sleep training

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    Yep my 4.5month old is doing the same thing. Didnt know there was a 4 month sleep regression but is sure amkes sense. Mine went from 2 feeds a night between 9pm-7am down to waking every 2 hours and insisting on screaming matches if I just think about resettling her back to sleep. I am so exhausted. But nice to know its not just me!


 

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