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    Sad Sick to my stomach...

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    ...literally I am so uneasy and worried now

    I know it's probably just being a new mom and worrying, but Landon has never been like this.

    Today he has literally, from every.single.nap been waking up like somebody is stabbing him. He's not doing his hungry cry, or scared cry, but his "I'm in pain" cry and I don't know what in the world is wrong

    I end up having to put him on my boob because nothing else will soothe him. I go to change his diaper and he literally shrieks The only time I've ever heard him cry like this was when he got his shots.

    I seriously want to cry because I feel like he's hurting but I don't know why or how. I'd think if he was in actual pain due to something he wouldn't sleep and would just constantly cry, right?



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    I don't know because I'm not a Mom, but I hope he calms down soon. Only thing I could suggest is take him to the Dr. if he's still doing it tomorrow. Maybe teething or growth spurt or something?

    Poor Landon
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    Quote Originally Posted by azarmygf View Post
    I don't know because I'm not a Mom, but I hope he calms down soon. Only thing I could suggest is take him to the Dr. if he's still doing it tomorrow. Maybe teething or growth spurt or something?

    Poor Landon
    I was telling DH this morning that I think he's hitting another growth spurt because he's eating and sleeping constantly like he usually does during one. This screaming thing is something entirely new though He woke up 15 ago minutes shreiking, and I changed his diaper hoping that would help but he just shreiked louder, so I put him on my boob, he immediately started eating, calmed down and after 5 minutes delatched completely asleep. So now, he's sleeping in my lap and I don't want to move him.


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    Does he have any other symptoms?
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    Sounds like night terrors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lychee View Post
    Does he have any other symptoms?
    Nope I mean, he's teething so he has the normal teething stuff, biting, a little crying, drooling, etc, but other than just waking up completely upset, no. I don't know if he's having night terrors or what


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    Quote Originally Posted by DakotaCowgirl View Post
    Sounds like night terrors.
    Just saw this after I posted. I was thinking that might be it too


    Is there anything you can do for it? I feel terrible...


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    Oh no poor Landon. I would you both if he wasn't sleeping
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    Aidan has been doing that the last 2 nights/days. I hunk its either a growth sput or teething. He just starts screeching out of no where. His eyes don't even open. Have you tried tylenol? . I feel your pain. PM me if you need to talk
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    Not much you can do. My boys had it. They would be asleep and just screaming. You touch them, and it got worse.

    Try patting his bum and a paci.
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