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Post by Alana on Sun Jan 31, 2010 9:51 am

Tricks on dealing with teething
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Post by JamG on Mon Feb 01, 2010 9:05 pm

I thought that when my son was just getting his first few teeth that teething would be a snap; boy was I wrong. However, there are a few things out there that I would recommend to anyone if their youngster is turning into a teething monster.
The best product ever recommended to me has been "Teething Tablets" a product of Hylands. They are a homeopathic little tablet that disolves instantly on your babies tongue and gives them relief from the teething pain. There are no side effects, and it is much safer than using the traditional Ambesol-type products.
There are also so many other "traditional" methods that our parents and grandparents used to help calm their children that still work like a charm. For example, freezing a wet wash cloth and having your baby gnaw on that works well. As does most other frozen objects - teething rings, frozen fruit - cut into appropriate size pieces of course, even just having some ice cubes in a towel feels nice. There are products out there to hold frozen food your baby can chew on and you can just rig up your own. There are also multitudes of teething toys and products out there that companies supply for babies to gnaw on when they are teething. I found that you just have to use trial and error sometimes when it comes to these things.
Anyway, teething seems like a major event, however with a few small steps, it will be calmed and past you. I hope that this helps.

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Post by Alana on Mon Feb 01, 2010 9:54 pm

A good thing to remember as well, is to look for the signs before the pain gets bad so you can act really quickly on it. My son ALWAYS is extra droolly (he's always droolier than any other kid I've seen, but more than normal when he's teething. Also, his cheek(s) go red, and he's a little cranky. When he first started (at 3months!), I had NO idea, and ended up bouncing and trying to feed him, changing his diaper constantly, and whatever else I could think of to calm him down :p
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Post by JamG on Tue Feb 02, 2010 7:03 am

Some other good things to notice is extra chewing. My son seems to get the munchies with his toys!! He is always trying to put toys in his mouth, clothes in his mouth and even his own fingers. One of the ways that I knew he was teething early on was when I put my fingers in his mouth and gave his gums a good massage. He was in heaven! Once they have teeth, this sometimes isn't possible, however, when they are first teething, it can be helpful to try.

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Post by Alana on Tue Feb 02, 2010 7:12 am

haha yea he'll bite HARD with the teeth he has, and ouch!
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