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    9mo old not sleeping and cries alot
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    An_251789 posted:
    Our 9 month old baby girl has started waking thru the night and when she does, she screams and cries. She will go back to sleep but then seems to get up every 45- 1 hr. My husband and I both work so we are exhausted but more importantly, we are so upset because we want to help our daughter. She has 2 teeth so maybe she is getting more? She is very fussy thru the day also and we are just at a loss. Our son was not like this at all...that we can remember LOL (he is 5). Any advice is welcome.
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    Soccer responded:
    My doctor said if they are always cranky that the baby could be caliky (i don't how to spell it). Also if there so cranky to something could be wrong with her teeth.


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