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Baby’s Teething-Symptoms And Remedies

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What is Teething?

Teething in younger babies is that stage of life when the babies start to get their first tooth. In other words or in biological terms, we can say that teething is the process by which the baby’s teeth erupt or break through the gums. The first Tooth is one of the biggest events in your baby’s and your life, but it can be irritable and uncomfortable. Usually, most babies start to teethe between 4 to 6 months old. The pattern of teething is not up to a point, some babies have early teething while some start much later but the pattern in which teeth appear in babies.

Baby Teething Symptoms

Symptoms would not be the same for every baby, but they may include:

  • Swollen and Tender Gums: This is one of the most common symptoms of teething that almost all babies have. Even this symptom is observed in adults also when the wisdom tooth appears.
  • Fussiness and Crying: Teething sometimes becomes irritable to children, and this irritation converts into fussiness and crying.
  • A Slightly raised temperature: Some babies get a slight fever during their teething period, and a slightly raised temperature is observed.
  • Gnawing to chew on hard things: Babies during teething wants to chew on hard things, and that is why when people put their fingers their mouth, they start to chew them.
  • Irritation and Mood Swings: Due to irritation during teething, a lot of mood swing is observed among babies.
  • Changes in eating and sleeping patterns: Many babies body cycle changes while they are in the teething period.
  • Lots of Drools: Lots of drool is one of the most common and basic side effects of teething.
  • Baby starts to grow their teeth while they were feeding on their mother’s milk, so mother starts to feel their teeth on their breasts while they feed their child.

Teething can be painful, and sometimes, babies also get sick. Call your doctor if the baby has diarrhea, vomiting, rashes on the body, a higher fever, or cough and congestion as these signs are not normal. You can find out about Everything Health with the consultation of a doctor and with the help of the internet also.

Remedies For Teething

Teething of your baby keeping you up at night? Don’t worry, and let’s understand how to soothe sore gums and care for your baby’s new teeth.

Things that work for your friend’s baby might not work for your baby. You might have to try new and different things to solve this issue.

But there are some remedies through which you can soothe the teething process:

  • You can apply something cold to make your baby’s tooth numb, and for some time it can be relaxing for your baby.
  • You can rub against your baby’s tooth to make the teething process easy for your baby.
  • Many topical pain relievers are available in the market, which can be used to relieve the pain of your baby.
  • You will have to ensure that the baby has proper rest.
  • Various homeopathy remedies are also there which can be used to soothe the sore gums of your baby like ginger paste, cold beverages like cold milk and others.
  • If the condition of your baby is not good, then you should take some professional assistance.
  • Distraction can also be used to distract the baby from the pain.

How long teething last?

The teething period may be different for every baby. In some babies, it may last one and a half years to almost two years, and these two years are very important for you and your baby’s developmental stage.

Conclusion

Teething can be rough for you and your baby in starting, but it will get easier as you both learn how to deal and soothe each new tooth that pops out. It is a then important process in your and your baby’s life for their developmental stage so one should prepare himself or herself for soothe. It is advised that you should visit a doctor when the first tooth of your baby pops out to avoid any inflammation and infection.

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