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    MaryAnn726 posted:
    My son, who is 7 months old, breaks out in a cold sweat just on his head while he sleeps. His father and grandfather do it too. Anyone know if it is a symptom of a health problem of some sort? any Ideas? Should I talk to my pediatrician?

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    mom2aboy3 responded:
    you know both my boys do this when their sleeping i think it could very much so be normal i guess ive never relly thought it could be a problem their sweating with pillows and their bed theres nothing really you could do my arm wil be soaked at times due to holding th ebaby when im putting him to sleep and all i wuld say though if you are concerned then it doesnt hurt to bring it up to your pedi


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