It can be viewed
as milestone to make any parent proud, but the arrival of baby's first teeth can
sometimes be a grueling, "drooling" period for many parents during baby's
common symptoms of teething pain may include runny nose, low fever, general crankiness
or crying, or biting or chewing on clothing and toys (or just about anything nearby,
including their hands or fingers) by babies cutting their first teeth.
When babies begin teething
may begin teething from four to seven months, with the two bottom teeth appearing
first, followed by the two front upper teeth.
From there, surrounding teeth begin
to emerge including the molars and eye teeth, until all baby teeth are present
and accounted for by about age 3.
with many other childhood
developmental milestones, not all babies follow a set timetable. Some teeth
may already be visible from birth, while some babies may take up to a year to
the pain of teething
ago, mothers simply made a cold rag available for their babies to chew on and
so relieve common teething pain. Today, there are a variety of specially-made
teething rings which can be cooled in the fridge. (Smart moms will have a
few extra rings chilled and ready for whenever baby begins to fuss.)
soft foods such as apple sauce, bananas or yogurt will also help sooth a teething
baby during the day. Also ask your doctor about administering infant formula pain
relievers, or pain-numbing gels applied to the gums to help baby sleep through
on the Web, surf around for more helpful tips on herbal or homeopathic pain relievers,
advice from medical professionals, as well as time-tested advice from parents on the front lines in the battle against teething pain ...
Cutting a New Tooth - Tips Helping Baby - Quick guide to age-old remedies including
baby formula pain relievers, cold teething rings, tips on calming and de-stressing
baby, plus links to related advice on teething myths, toddler teething and molars,
a review of pain medications, natural remedies, and more.
My Baby Teething? - Complete list of typical symptoms, table illustrating
baby or toddler age and tooth development, discussion on common remedies, and
related links to more on child development.