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    He's doing it again and has been all morning. Nothing I do will calm him down for very long! He doesn't have a fever, he isn't hungry, he's been changed, he's been played with, he's been left alone. The only time he stops screaming is if he's eating or sleeping and only then for 10-15 minutes at a time. We've even changed his outfits to see if that was bothering him. I gave him Tylenol about 40 minutes ago because I *think* it's his gums bothering him.


    What do I do?? Do I just leave him in his crib or do I pick him up? Either way he's screaming just as much.



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    I just went in there to check on him since he stopped crying, and this is what he looked like. My child is so strange!
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    Did you maybe try laying him on his tummy and patting his back?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HerAirmansLove View Post
    Did you maybe try laying him on his tummy and patting his back?
    And he liked it for about 5 seconds and then kept screaming.


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    I know how you feel. My LO was like that. She screamed all night it broke my heart. She had a tummy ache that was causing her a lot of pain.
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    Could he have gas? I know when dd got gas she would cry non-stop, until I would pick her up and then she'd let a burp out that would put a frat guy to shame. I try to keep gas drops on hand so that if it happens again, we're prepared. I hope you figure it out, hon.

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    No real advice, but YDD was colicky so for the first 6 weeks it was non stop screaming.




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    Awwww hahaha

    Hope he stopped crying for you!
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    Could he be constipated?..... I hope he settles down and becomes a happy baby for you.......
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    does he sleep in the car? If so maybe taking a little drive will help, or maybe going for walk? Sometimes a change of scenery helps Hope he calms down for you
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    I believe it was a combination of gas and teething. Those are two things that are a constant bother to him. Eventually he spit up (what seemed to be) half his last bottle, and then he was a happy baby from there on out. I wish he would slow down when he eats, but nothing I try ever helps.

    Thanks for the hugs and suggestions everybody!


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