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    Default 15 month old unsettled

    Can anyone else tell me if their toddler is the same? Last month all 4 molars came through but she is waking during day sleeps crying then nodding off again. Overnight she wakes several times talking, yelling or crying and during the day seems very tired and whingy.

    Her diet hasn't changed, all I can think of is her next lot of teeth (canine)? Can't see them yet. She has started walking lots in the past week.

    Anyone else having this problem?

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    Default Re: 15 month old unsettled

    My son was the same at that age and things will get better. I use to put him to bed with some panadol ( I use dymadon) then if he woke in the middle of the night I would use bonjela. Bonjela was my life savour at that time cause he knew it would help him feel better and get a full nights sleep and wouldnt be grumpy the next day. Just hang in there and things will bet better

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    Sounds like my 16mth old... she has been waking at midnight & screams & yells etc. I might have to try a bit of panadol, might be getting some molars - has one hand in her mouth frequently at the moment. I haven't been able to get a good look to see though..
    Fingers crossed this doesn't last long!

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    Ds is about to turn 16 months and has been doing this on and off for the last few weeks, waking crying, wanting to feed again at night, waking for 2 hours in the middle of the night. I don't think it is molars as he only has 5 teeth so far, but he has had a huge growth spurt and has learned lots of new words too.

    He has also stopped going to bed at 7pm and now goes to bed at 8pm instead - he just isn't tired at 7 anymore


 

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