how to calm down ur baby - constant crying/screaming/windging

Veronica - posted on 05/02/2010 ( 8 moms have responded )

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my baby girl is 9 and a half months old, she has had reflux since birth and it is under control. i think that she may be having seperation anxiety :( but she will cry and scream and windge all throughout the day !

i need to help my little girl please help if you can :)

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Ashley - posted on 05/12/2010

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try putting her on a schedule? my daughter is going through separation anxiety, but it helps that shes on a schedule...or you can have someone distract her while you leave? just a few suggestions, hope it helps, good luck

Josee - posted on 05/05/2010

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is your Daughter on meds for the Acid Reflux? my son also had acid reflux, the doctors just took him off his meds and he is doing really good so far. maybe her acid reflux is acting up?... try putting her in a swing, holding her tight, putting something under her head when she sleeps, and don't feed her while she's lying flat down, always keep her on an angle. this is the advice the doctors gave me, hope it works :) Good luck...

Veronica - posted on 05/03/2010

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thnx evryone for the advice, ill take it into concideration xox thnx agen for the support

Shiloh - posted on 05/03/2010

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it doesnt sound like seperation anxiety if your with her when shes crying. maybe its the acid reflux or it could be like my son when he was 9 months he was just starting teething n thats how he was.

Jayne - posted on 05/03/2010

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does she get worse when you lie her down my daughter had colic for months and months babys can take it anytime with in ytheir 1st year

September - posted on 05/03/2010

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Is she is daycare or is she with you during the day? If she is with you and crying all day that does not sound like separation anxiety. Do you think maybe her reflux is acting up again? I would defiantly talk to her pediatrician. It seems as though something is upsetting her. Good luck and best wishes! I hope that she gets to feeling better real soon! :)

Kayla - posted on 05/03/2010

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have you tried swaddling her? Sometimes that makes them feel secure. I know she's older but it might help her feel like your holding her. Maybe try using a sling to carry her around in. Hopefully you find something that works

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