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What on earth is going on here?

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itspeanutbutterjellytime Tue 11-Oct-11 07:58:53

DS is one and going through a very unsettled period regards EVERYTHING. Last night, he whimpered but self settled at 7pm and 9pm, woke at 10:30pm with on and off whimpering; going ah heh, ah heh about every minute. Sometimes quiet, sometimes louder. We went in to offer teething gel, water etc. At about 11pm I checked his nappy and he'd just done a poo. I was just about to put him back in his cot, when he threw up. He cried a bit whilst being cleaned up, but immediately settled when put back in his cot and went to sleep until 7:30 this morning when woken by us for nursery.

I think he is pushing a molar through. I think. I am giving calpol when I judge he needs it (maybe twice a day?) as this is very strange for him. This has happens for 2 nights now. Cry on and off (he really doesn't want to be awake, it's very half hearted and he's rubbing his eyes the whole time and sighing a lot) for about half an hour, poo and be sick. The poo isn't runny.

He does seems to swallow all his spit/snot though (bleugh) as he isn't a dribbly baby at all. I don't know what is going on, this hasn't happened before and I've not heard of anyone else have this happen to them. Because he's fine after being sick and it's not happening more often than this, I dont think it's a vomiting bug or anything.

Sorry this is long, but we're all very confused here!

Rogers1 Tue 11-Oct-11 11:22:31

It does sound like teething...as you said you think a molar is coming...ouch!
My DS went through the sucky stage whilst teething as well.
Your DS may have a touch of ear-ache too...more common when molars are coming through. Ear ache is my DS little downfall when teething.
If still in doubt give your HV a call...
Hope he feels better soon

Rogers1 Tue 11-Oct-11 11:23:10

sicky stage

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