She does eventually sleep through the night again while teething right?


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Emma - posted on 04/23/2009




my daughter had a terribal time with teething and would not sleep, i gave her ashtons teething powder, which completely numbs the gums so they dont feel a thing! and its all natural, then medised at bedtime after that we never had a problem!

Deidre - posted on 04/17/2009




They do start sleeping again at night, but with my daughter it is always AFTER teething. When she finally gets back on track I feel a tooth poking through within 1-2 days, prior to that though it's hell basically heh. And it varies on how long it lasts... for the first couple teeth, it was only about 4 nights in a row (with each tooth) and then back to normal. With the top ones... it was forever... I'd say about 2-3wks (all four decided to come in in that timeframe) which was definitely eternity. She is now fine. She has 6 teeth and I'm hoping it is a while before any more come in b/c of the horridness of no sleep. But yes, they do get back on track once the teeth make their appearance.

Jessi - posted on 04/17/2009




My little guy has been teething for a while now.. no teeth though. There was a point where he'd wake up in the middle of the night, fever and crying. My pediatrican told me to give him Infant Motrin before he goes to bed if he's had a fussy day. He's been sleeping through the night ever since.

Good luck =)

Debra - posted on 04/17/2009




Yes, She will start sleeping through the night again. When my guys were little we used to run a little whiskey on their gums. Works the same as orajel. But during the day time I used to give them a frozen rag to suck on.

Jaclyn - posted on 04/16/2009




I had a lot of problems with teething with my now 5 year old. Here are some tips I used. I got some Hylands teething tablets (those worked WONDERS), also a friend of mine had a lot of success with her teething son by giving him the nightime baby orajel.........frozen peas have worked for me, too............Good luck and YES it does pass, teething does NOT last forever even though it may feel like it

Crystal - posted on 04/16/2009




My guy stopped sleeping at night since his 3rd tooth started making its way into his mouth and I just started limiting his naps during the day and giving him tylenol before bed and he is back to sleeping from at least 9-8 am. I am not sure if this is something for your little one but its seemed to help us. Good luck!

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