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    6 months crying baby
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    An_259804 posted:
    Im a single mother. My baby a 6 month turning 7 in few days.baby girl is crying non stop and not eating or feeding. Body temp is normal. she iching gums a lot during the day and sleeps only 1hr and half then she wants to feed. in the morning she cries a lot which makes it difficult for me for prepare her to take her to the nanny and me for work. Please help!!!
     
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    kcrowder901 responded:
    She's probably teething. Give her teething toys and if she's really grumpy give her the appropriate amount of Tylenol. Try frozen bananas just make sure you're right beside her to be safe. Teething can keep her (and you) from getting enough sleep. hope this helps


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