Signs of Teething:


show any signs that new teeth are coming in but for the ones showing discomfort; you can ease their pain in many ways. Teething is a topic of interest to most of the parents as there are many ways and signs that are seen in the children. In the beginning it is seen that teeth of the child are whitish pearl like spots may appear on the gums which are not teeth and are quite harmless and will disappear. When the baby is in the third month of growth then it generally goes through stages of dribbling and putting their hands and everything they touch into their mouths and this is a very common symptom by which one can.
The primary teeth:
The primary or baby teeth usually appear at around six or seven months, but they can appear at any time from birth to 15 months and onwards. These teeth will continue to break through the gums until the child is about two-and-a-half years old as these teeth are not strong enough. It is seen that during teething, some babies' teeth erupt through the gums without any noticeable discomfort while other babies seem to have discomfort for quite a time.
Other signs:
Many of the signs of teething are similar to the symptoms of certain illnesses hence it is necessary to get the baby medically examined. If your baby shows signs of discomfort which you think may be due to teething, consult your doctor to be sure that you are right as it may not be necessarily due to teething. The usual sign of teething is swelling of the gums where the tooth erupts. Some other signs of teething include, irritability, restlessness / sleeplessness, sore, red gums, finger sucking, increased dribbling, red skin around the mouth and in the neck creases from dribbling and in some cases fussiness with feeds. If your baby is uncomfortable because of teething, you could ask your doctor, child health nurse or dentist to advise you about some of the ways to handle this problem.

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