I am wondering if anyone can help me. I have heard from so many people that it is normal but it just doesnt feel right to me. My son is 10 months old and he doesnt sleep through the night. The longest period of time he has slept is 3 1/2 hrs. He is extremely fussy, not all the time, but so much of it. He does a cry that is almost fake until I pick him up and then he still fusses. He does this when he has a full belly, clean diaper and everything else. I am just getting more and more concerned. I am exhausted and just want to help my son. I just dont understand what is going on with him. I hear from people all the time Im sure it is his teeth, but he has been getting teeth since he was 4 1/2 months old and he has never since he was born slept through the night or longer then 3 1/2 hrs. Please help me.View Thread
I agree with saywhat789.. My son has torticollis and if he wasent diagnosed with it at 3 months old he would of formed the flat spot on his head. You def need to get a second opinion. I know with my son we started pt at 3 months and he went 3 times a week and he is now 10 months and down to 1 day a week. It will help reform your baby's head. Good luck!! and dont worry pt is the best thing for your baby if he/she does have torticollis. Good luck!View Thread
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