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Ds is driving us mad! help

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charleepeters Sun 12-Jun-05 15:37:33

for ages now ds has done nothing but cry in the evenings, even if hes fed,clean/dry,cuddled,played with ect. today hes been crying all day he wont go to dp only me, he woke up two times last night which he doest often do im not sure whrs wrong with him!

charleepeters Sun 12-Jun-05 15:38:22

sorry that was rushed hes on my knee he cries if i put him down.

kcemum Sun 12-Jun-05 15:39:12

How old is he?

Lonelymum Sun 12-Jun-05 15:39:22

A bit off the point but has his poo returned to normal yet? I asked a few times on your original thread but you didn't see it.

Re today, could he be teething?

charleepeters Sun 12-Jun-05 15:39:23

9 months

Lonelymum Sun 12-Jun-05 15:40:13

If you think it is teeth, then give him some Calpol (or equivalent) and that should make the difference.

charleepeters Sun 12-Jun-05 15:40:34

a bit lonley mum it is getting better, i dont think hes teething he has no teeth or any symptoms

charleepeters Sun 12-Jun-05 15:40:59

he doesnt seem in pain hes just so clingy and whingy

Lonelymum Sun 12-Jun-05 15:42:08

They can have the pain before the teeth show. he is just the right age for getting teeth. But if you think it isn't that.....

kcemum Sun 12-Jun-05 15:42:34

Don't always get obvious symptoms when they teeth.

Is he coming down with something, has he had a temperatre, been pulling at his ears etc?

charleepeters Sun 12-Jun-05 15:43:16

he shoed signs of teething about 3 weeks ago, but nothing came, no signs of it now though

charleepeters Sun 12-Jun-05 15:43:45

no signs of anything!!!

Lonelymum Sun 12-Jun-05 15:44:30

That makes it even more likely to be teething. The pain can come and go for weeks before the tooth appears and the description of a clingy, whingy baby is just right too.

kcemum Sun 12-Jun-05 15:45:07

they can sometimes take a while to come thru' when the teeth first start moving.
I echo what lonelymum says give calpol and see if he settles.

charleepeters Sun 12-Jun-05 15:46:10

ok will try it ta x

Lonelymum Sun 12-Jun-05 15:51:09

Come back though if that doesn't work!

charleepeters Sun 12-Jun-05 15:51:23

just checked he has a slight temp

Lonelymum Sun 12-Jun-05 15:52:01

Oh dear. Is he eating and drinking?

charleepeters Sun 12-Jun-05 15:52:59

yep

Lonelymum Sun 12-Jun-05 15:58:11

Not too bad then. You could try the Calpol to see if that helps with the temperature. Or is he just hot because he is in a state?

Aren't babies a worry?

nell12 Sun 12-Jun-05 17:14:11

It could be separation anxiety; this happens about this age when they realise that they and Mummy are not one and the same. If it is that, it is just a stage that they go through. A bloomin annoying one, but just a stage! Sorry, this isn't much help, but it's an idea! Mine has just done the same!

charleepeters Sun 12-Jun-05 18:20:45

Thanks for all your guy's helptoday especially you lonley mum you laways seem to be there when i need support, hes tucked up in bed now the calpol seems to have helped, thanks again xxx

Lonelymum Sun 12-Jun-05 18:24:52

No problem.

kcemum Sun 12-Jun-05 20:27:01

Glad he's settled

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