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    Pam21 Guest

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    Hi, I'm not sure if anyone can help me at all on this.

    My daughter has been sleeping through the night since she was about 10 weeks old (now 6 months) and she still is, but the last three nights she won't go to sleep until about 11pm on the dot rather than about 8-9pm.

    Tonight she did have a rash around one eye and on one side of her forehead which went away as she went to sleep. She felt slightly warmer than usual but not that hot. I am thinking maybe she is coming down with something or maybe she is just restless.

    She seems really tired at about 9pm rubbing her eyes and stuff, so i start trying to get her to go to sleep (she won't go to sleep if i put her down in her cot), but she won't go to sleep for hours after that. I have tried giving her a warm bath then a bottle but it doesn't seem to help.

    Has anybody else experienced something similar?


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    Custardtart Guest

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    Hi Pam,
    You didn't say if she is napping during the day, could that be affecting her night-time sleeps?

    Kerrie

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    Pam21 Guest

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    She hasn't been napping anymore than usual. She usually sleeps for about 30-50 mins every 2-3 hours during the day, sometimes different, but the last few days havn't been unusual, except today it might have been less than that.

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    Colleen Guest

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    Dont quote me but sounds like maybe teething???

    There could be alot of reasons, some nights jaykob will go down at 7 while others he will fight it until 11...

    Sorry im not much help but I hope it gets better for u

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    Pam21 Guest

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    thanks

    Could be teething, she has been chewing her fingers alot lately.

    I guess nobody will be able to help that much, I think I am just frustrated and wanted to vent a bit to ppl that understand :P

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    Colleen Guest

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    thats what we are here for!! hahah

    its the worst when they take aggggesssss to settle, it really drains me! Sometimes I just let him go, and let him stay up that bit longer rather than fight it..

    Its probably naughty [-X but better than the stress lol

    GL

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    Pam21 Guest

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    hahaha
    Thats what i have done too, tried to entertain her a bit aswell so that she gets a bit more worn out.

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    It does sort of sound like it could be teething.... my son used to get BRIGHT red on one side of his face (sometimes looked sort of like a rash) and would be accomanied by a mild fever and general restlessness when teething.

    I hope you both get some sleep soon though Pam!

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    I agree with the others. It could be teething.

    Mason had a few nights in a row when he wouldn't settle out of the blue and had a temp. I was considering taking him to the Drs the next morning but he got a tooth during the night then another one the next night as well.

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    Pam21 Guest

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    Thanks guys,

    I can't feel any teeth coming through but it still may be teething.

    Was even later last night, she didn't settle until 1am! Tired little girl today.

    I am feeling unwell myself yesterday and today, blocked up and stuff, maybe she is getting sick aswell. I think i might make a trip for both of us to the doctors tommorow, but we will see how she goes tonight.


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