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    Quote Originally Posted by ThenThereWereThree View Post
    you can treat with combantrin choc squares from 1 I had to treat my 19m old after confirming we all bloody had the grotty things, only symptom my toddler has was usetted and waking alot over night

    BUT I feel your pain, my 19m old is the same, up for hours and waking regularly, I tried CC, it didnt work just made him terrified of the cot
    Damn I've just checked- I have vernox and it's definitely from 2 years old. I've already done my shopping for the day. Would have been good to give her the medicine just to rule it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Nomsie View Post
    Damn I've just checked- I have vernox and it's definitely from 2 years old. I've already done my shopping for the day. Would have been good to give her the medicine just to rule it out.
    My doctor said vernox choc squares were fine to give to my dd who was 18months at the time, she had no side effects either..Can you call a health line and see what they say?

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    Ok so tonight I have made sure she has eaten- she didn't eat as much as usual which is worrying. She has had dymadon and I called about giving her the vernox and they said she is big enough to have it so I gave her one of those just on the off chance she does have worms. I also gave her a liberal coverage of bepanthen and she is wearing a singlet, a thin bonds zip up onesie and also a fleece sleep suit.
    She has the fan on right now because its not really cold in her room yet.
    I am sticking with the patting tonight and seeing if the dymadon, vernox or bepanthen help in any way.


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    Matress on the floor in your room? If she wakes you could just hold her hand.

    If you co sleep does she sleep all night or still wake?

    What if DF put her to sleep or went in to settle her? My DH can cuddle and at my DD put her on her matress pat for a bit more and walk out and DD goes straight to sleep and naps for 1.5 to 2.5 hrs. I cant stop patting/feeding until asleep and she never sleeps as long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inner hippy View Post
    Matress on the floor in your room? If she wakes you could just hold her hand.

    If you co sleep does she sleep all night or still wake?

    What if DF put her to sleep or went in to settle her? My DH can cuddle and at my DD put her on her matress pat for a bit more and walk out and DD goes straight to sleep and naps for 1.5 to 2.5 hrs. I cant stop patting/feeding until asleep and she never sleeps as long.
    Df is about to begin shift work again so he won't be home 4/8 evenings and not home at all for two of them. It's too inconsistent and I don't want to confuse her. And then add to that if she knows I am home she doesn't want anything to do with df at all. If I truly am not home then he is her best friend.

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    2.5 hours so far and counting...

    Now the problem is what was the key contributing factor? Was it the bepanthen and vernox? Was she just exhausted? Have her teeth stopped giving her grief from the dymadon? Why does it have to be so hard??!!

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