My two-year-old daughter wakes up many nights in a fit of terror, screaming, hitting, and pushing away. Her pediatrician said that the problem is nightmares and will pass. We have tried everything and it does not seem to subside.

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My two-year-old daughter wakes up many nights in a fit of terror, screaming, hitting, and pushing away. Her pediatrician said that the problem is nightmares and will pass. We have tried everything and it does not seem to subside.

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