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    my baby just woke up
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    nenebabelee posted:
    my baby just woke up crying because he was jumping in his sleep he is 11 months old and I had just fallen back to sleep and i felt him jump and he cried and scared me out of my sleep i'm extremely worried and scared even though he seems calm right now but what could this be? help
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    KSHoh responded:
    Could be night terror, bad dreams. My son sometimes just screams in his sleep and after a few minutes and just stops. I would probably say bad dream.I did read somewhere that if they are still sleep you should not try to wake them up because it can make it worse.


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