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Baby dental help, Teething baby can not sleep at night

Tuesday, Nov. 16th 2010 6:04 PM

My son is going though the teething stage.   Teething rings seem to work and I am able to comfort him.  However at night he can not sleep.  He cries and because he is not sleeping at all during the night he is cranky but he start to fall asleep in the afternoon.  This is throwing his sleeping habits all off.

Should I just let it be for now  while he is teething?  Or should I make him stay up during the day and maybe get some sleep at night.  I just not to sure what to do.

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2 Comments on “Baby dental help, Teething baby can not sleep at night”

  1. Nancy Says:

    It will really come down to your own person choice in the matter. With my son I did my best to keep him on a sleeping schedule.

    However they are babies and will do what the want in the end. If it is too stress full for you at night try keeping him up a little more during the day. See how it works for you and your son.

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  2. Casey Says:

    I would have to say thank God teething does not last forever. This is a stage they will go though some babies better then others.

    Try doing what works best for your son right now. Teething can be a painful process so just getting though it with as less stress for you baby is best. If you can keep him up a little more during the day and it works for you great. But remember at least he is sleeping and you do not want him to be over tired because he keep him up.

    Also do not forget your baby doctor maybe able to help address his teething issues and sleeping if it is becoming and issue for you and your family. They are there to help.

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