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    Default 7month all of a sudden hysterical at sleep times

    My dd is almost 7 months and I cannot get her to sleep. Walking in pram or car used to be solution now she screams and screams.

    We did have day time sleep problems then that resolved we put her into cot and now she is waking 1-2 times a night. (Before would sleep through before). I also find it hard to keep her awake without being unhappy. Wheres my happy baby gone

    Please help from exhausted preg mummy!!!

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    My bub just went through this at 7mo and it was from teething

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    Can I ask what you did? I gave teething gel panadol and nurofen.

    We started solids and all i thought might just be going to her cot.

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    My kids were freaking shocking 6-12mths old. They went from 0-1 wake up overnight to 3-4.

    Teething, separation anxiety, milestones etc.

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    Ahh gosh!! We are thinking of putting her in childcare 2 days a week to help when ds comes.

    I cant evem do housework or cook!

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    What was she in before her cot? Have you just transitioned her into the cot?

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    Yes but I didn't know how too?

    She was in bassinet I just put her straight into her room. Should I do it differently. On difficult days we would rock the bassinet.

    Tonight we rocked her sleep in pram then moved her

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    Whenever my DS was like that it was because he had an ear infection (quite often he had no temperature so screaming when you tried to lay him flat was the first indicator that I had).

    We would have to get him to sleep upright in the pram and then transfer him...might be something to look at, particular if this is out of the norm for her.

    Hope you find a solution!

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    It may be because if she is use to being in her bassinet in your room and now she is in her cot - unfamiliar with her own room and cot.

    What do you do when she wakes through the night? Does she self settle herself?

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    Sorry just abit confused.. Is this new behaviour in her cot?


 

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