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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Nomsie View Post
    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??!!
    Isn't bepathen for nappy rash or am I wrong. Persist. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Nomsie View Post
    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??!!
    Yay! Tomorrow, drop one of the changes you made and see what happens. If she sleeps better, the next night drop another and so on.

    I'd personally drop the dymadon tomorrow night, followed by bepanthen, then vernox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Nomsie View Post
    Would love to read the jay Gordon stuff @HollyGolightly81
    Cool, I'll find it, think it's saved to my phone but DH took off back to the uk tonight and DS senses mum is weak so bear with me!

    In regards to pain, have you tried giving her nurofen? I find paracetomal rarely touches the sides for some of DS' teething pains. That probably makes me sound bad....

    Also, I think as far as what you say for separation anxiety that she sounds pretty normal 😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Nomsie View Post
    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??!!
    Just do all of that for the next 18 years 😉

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    Isn't vernox a one off treatment? I wouldn't give that to her tomorrow night. Just do bepanthen and dymadon tomorrow night and drop the dymadon the next night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    Isn't bepathen for nappy rash or am I wrong. Persist. Good luck.
    Yes but it stops worms from itching as an interim treatment until the medicine kicks in. Late night googling with a screaming 5 year old occasionally pays off

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happymum2 View Post
    Isn't vernox a one off treatment? I wouldn't give that to her tomorrow night. Just do bepanthen and dymadon tomorrow night and drop the dymadon the next night.
    Yes one tablet will kill whatever worms are there if there are any at all.
    I'm in with her now so she went just over three hours. I think I've managed to settle her but she keeps doing the "snore, snore, whimper, whimper, whimper, snore, whimper, snore" etc thing. I'm trying not to touch her unless she really needs it but I suck at remembering that when I'm half asleep!

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    I haven't read the thread from the start Noms, (I know I should but I'm getting tired), if one of our kids was having problems sleeping...I'd probably trial the following:

    * diet - are there any preservatives, additives, colours, flavours in much of her food? (we know kids that are really affected by such things)
    * consider teeth, needles, dirty nappy, hunger, growth, illness
    * Start setting a new routine (which it sounds like you are doing from the very small amount of thread that I've read). Remember it takes a good 3 days to set a new routine. Hang in there.

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    from experience (I was a wormy kid) nappy rash creams etc dont stop the itching, they actually drove me mad as they made it worse

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThenThereWereThree View Post
    from experience (I was a wormy kid) nappy rash creams etc dont stop the itching, they actually drove me mad as they made it worse
    They may have improved since then? My boys tell me it helps until I can go and get some medicine


 

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