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Although the first teeth of your baby may appear between the three and twelve months, the average times the teeth erupt are generally seven months.
However, teething symptoms can appear within two to three months before the first tooth, the severity varies from one child to another, but you may notice the following symptoms:
- ● Excessive drooling, which you can find on shirts baby, so you should put a bib to keep you comfortable and clean, and try to gently clean the chin, to prevent cracks in the skin. It can also cause a slight cough or even trigger nausea.
When the teeth erupt a baby, this is not a very pleasant experience. After all, it is understandable that acute instruments, for grinding, which pierce the gums gradually make cranky. So what can parents do to make the process more bearable?
To soothe the infant is teething, give him a teething ring. Ideally, it should be cold. Make sure that you purchase is listed as the government erected teethers safe.
Teething commonly causes irritability and crying babies, but parents also attribute it, and wrongly, other symptoms such as diarrhea or a rise in temperature. The health care professionals have not established a connection between teething and one of these symptoms, so if they occur in your child, consult a doctor. Read the rest of this entry »