Is there anything safe and natural to give to an 11 month old for sleep?

Elise has been crying all night she just won't sleep at all just cries and screams all night. It's driving me crazy already. I feel exhausted!

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    07/22/14
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    07/22/14
    What are those? I've never heard of that.
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    07/22/14
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    07/22/14
    Is it to give baby's a massage with the oils?
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      Susan Joslin
      She may be teething. I have heard Hyland teething tablets can help a baby settle down, especially at night. You can get them at most pharmacies like cvs or walgreens. I think some Wal-Mart's are starting to carry them too.
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      07/22/14
      I was about to buy those then I read awful reviews about them causing seizures and the amount of belladonna in them is toxic. I wonder if it's true?
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        07/22/14
        I'm waiting till 8am to call the doctor's office to make an app. I still think it's not normal for her to not sleep more than 2 hours since she was born. I feel worried.
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          07/22/14
          You need to discover the cause not fix the symptom. Has she eaten anything different? If breastfeeding, have you eaten anything different? Is she teething? Is she hot?
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            07/22/14
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            07/22/14
            I have an app in an hour, but she has not sleep more than 2 hours since she was born. I don't know if this is normal?
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              07/22/14
              I already went to her doctor. The only thing she said is to give Tylenol every 6 hours.
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              Susan Joslin
              That sounds right if she is teething but by 11 months she should be sleeping through the night. By six months old she should have been sleeping for 4-6 hour stretches at a time. If I was you I would go some where else for another opinion. From your original post I did not realize she has been like that since birth. I am sure, also, other moms would agree don't give Tylenol every time alternate with Motrin please.
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                07/23/14
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                07/23/14
                Yea they say nothing but to give Tylenol for teething and that she is just attached to me.
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