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    Default 7 month old

    Last night we had a shocking night with dd. She never cries and last night she woke up 4 times absolutely screaming. If she does cry usually as soon as I touch her she stops. This time she screamed for anywhere between 1-2 hours. Should I be worried about it?

    Eta she seems fine this morning.

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    You poor things. Could she be teething?

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    Well she cut her two bottom ones a month ago. Do the next ones come that quick?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wally90 View Post
    Well she cut her two bottom ones a month ago. Do the next ones come that quick?
    They can do, my little fella got 4 within a month.

    Could she have had a bit of a belly ache? Any new foods yesterday? Was she too cold?


    If she seems fine today I really wouldnt worry. Sometimes they like to throw us a curve ball every now and then

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    Sounds like what my DS does when he's teething

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    Yep my ds cut 4 in one month as well. But even is she foes not cut them soon they can still be moving around.

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    Thanks everyone. Will keep an eye on it.


 

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