Being Sick Whilst Teething

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vonzo - February 5

Amber has been grotty ever since i picked her up from my mums at around lunchtime today (it's now 18.36) My mum said she had slept more than normal and her teeth had been giving her jipp. She's been grumpy the last 2 days through teething but has been physically sick too, not just her normal spit up but kind of curdled milk. Did any of you lo's vomit whilst they were teething or do you think she may have a wee bug or tummy upset too? I've checked her temperature and its 35.5 ( i know that seems low but it has always been that) She's also very vocal at the moment but not in her usual fun way but kind of frustrated and agressive. She also has the lovely pea green toothy-peg poopy nappies!! Any suggestions?

 

vonzo - February 5

sorry me again, forgot to mention she's very clingy too and doesn't like to be put down, which is unlike her.

 

vonzo - February 6

anyone??

 

vonzo - February 7

.....OK.....I'll take that as a no then

 

kellens mom - February 7

Sorry Vonzo...we only have experience with 2 teeth so far, so I don't feel that this is my area expertise! LOL I do know that we have a teething toy that vibrates when dd clamps her gums/teeth on it. Have you seen them in the stores? Dd loves it. It makes a sound similar to that of a vibrating cellphone, so we can hear her going crazy. Maybe it one of those would help soothe her.

 

ash2 - February 7

Well the diareah is normal when teething. But the vomiting is a first. Having a temperature is normal with teething too. Have you put a call into your doc ? I would say she might be a little sick. Runny nose ? If she does have a runny nose, then the drainage could make her vomit from the thickness going into her throat. Being clingy is normal too if she is in pain. Any child sick or uncomfortable it is normal. Put a call into the doc and see what he says. But i wouldnt worry if the temp is not that high.....as long as she is eating and drinking it is probably a cold.

 

Steph - February 7

I have read that when babies are teething the excess saliva that they produce can irritate their stomach and cause them to spit up from it. Isn't she about 6.5 months old? I'd bet that she is teething....so you could have teeth in the next few days or weeks. :o)

 

vonzo - February 7

Thanks ladies, please excuse my desperate typings i just don't like to bother dr's if there's no real need. She seems happy within herself most of the time she just gets very grumpy for a a few hours in the afternoon/early evening, the sickness isn't as bad today but she has had a pretty runny beak. I'm guessing it is just her toothy pegs but if she starts being that sick again i'll phone the Dr just to be safe! she's nearly 5 months old now btw :o) KELLENS MOM: We've tried her with teething rings, and a bee that you put in the fridge but she's not interested. The only things she'll bite on are her soft toys from her play gym thingy and the plastic rings that are attached to them. They're drying on the radiator just now and they're soaked in drool...lovely!! I'll keep my eye out for the vibrating ones though, thank you! ASH2: SHe hasn't been drinking as much as normal but she's eating her fruit and veg fine so i guessed that the food was filling her up more so she doesn't want as much milk...?

 

kellens mom - February 7

Vonzo, do they have Walmart where you are? Walmart carrys the "First Years" brand. They make the teethers. Or maybe do a search on-line for one of you big retail chain stores that carry baby items.

 

vonzo - February 7

i think asda is owned by walmart...I'll have a wee nosey when i go shopping, hopefully should be tomorrow! I've seen "first Years" stuff before so i shouldbe able to find it somewhere, thank you :o) xx

 

Steph - February 7

Hey Vonzo, I have that exact vibrating teether and Trevor hates it!! If you'd like, I can send it to you.

 

vonzo - February 8

Aw steph that's really kind of you! How much would you like for it?

 

shelly - February 8

hi von,frankie going thro the same teething hell, hes got the grotty poo as well, no vomit but a bit diarhoey, and hes got that frustrated whinge as well and he is taking forever to go to sleep at night,thank god for calpol, does sound like maybe a little bug, ahh poor amber,i dont think frankie is ever going to get a tooth.

 

Steph - February 8

Nothing! :o) Email me your address and I'll send it out tomorrow! slp0422 at yahoo.com

 

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