my 6 month old has issues seating with sleeping, any ideas what it could be??

Ashley - posted on 01/22/2010 ( 9 moms have responded )

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he only seems to sweat real bad when hes sleeping...i even have a ceiling fan and a little fan going in his room. i onlt have a blanket on him and a pajama outfit...any ides on why he sweats so much?!

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Julene - posted on 01/24/2010

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His probably in the early stages of teething, my son does the same thing too and he will be six months this week. Its normally because his tempreture is up, so you will need to sponge him down with cool water, dry him up quickly, put baby powder on his whole body, and then put on a vest for him. I also have a fan on for him the whole night, and i just keep checking him whenever i wake up in between the nights, just moving him from one spot to the other and also changing his vest 3 times a night, and put powder so he feels good. Whenever he wakes up crying i quickly give him water to drink. Plus before he sleeps I give him the penadol drops, the drowsy ones which helps him to sleep. Hope this works for your son, it does for me. But dont get too worried unless his tempreture does not drop.

Krissy - posted on 01/24/2010

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my son cnat sleep with much on as she sweets like his father!! sometimes i hace to change his sheet it gets that bad. during the night he'll wake up and take all his clothes off , he has been like this since he was born the jumpsuits with no legs and arms are good. as they limit the sweat.

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My son has been hot natured since birth. We can't hardly keep socks on him. He sleeps in a short sleeve onesie most of the time. He sleeps next to me so I know when he is hot or cold. I don't know anything about cribs though.

Christina - posted on 01/23/2010

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I think it could be heat getting trapped between their backs and the vinyl mattress under the crib sheet. My little girl feels sweaty sometimes too.

Liz - posted on 01/23/2010

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My son is also gets hot. He sleeps in light pajamas with a single sheet over him which he usually kicks off. Once he has kicked it off I leave it off as I figure that he must be hot and he would cry if he got cold. When I get him up in the morning and he has kicked his covers off the night before he still feels warm so I dont worry too much. He sleeps 11 to 12 hours straight through the night now but if he was uncomfortable I am sure he would cry out.

Katy - posted on 01/22/2010

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just a little thing that goes under clothing and buttons underneath. Like a sleepsuit/babygro with no legs on it and short sleeves. Temp seems ok. Have you asked your Health Visitor or doctor?

Ashley - posted on 01/22/2010

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yea everytime i take his temp its like 97 or 98..and no i havent tried a vest yet what is that?

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