My son used to sleep through the night. But now he wakes up at least 3-4 times. I think it's from his teething. Does anyone have any advice on how I can help him sleep through the night again? Alot of his teeth are coming in at once. Any advice would be appreciated.Answer Question
I just gave my DD fever/pain reducer. She got slammed when teething. I heard they sell teething tablets but never used them.
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I recommend that you try anything you plan on giving your child. Try orajel. It's gross and if you try it once you'll never want to give it to your child again. Try teething tabs. They don't taste bad and they relieve pain instantly (try it on your own toothache). Also pain relievers are a good idea. The effect lasts longer than the teething tabs.
Remember, all children are different and some just don't deal with teething well. Do your best to figure out what works best for your child and stick with it.
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