Similar Questions with Answers
Question: My daughter is 6mnths 22daz so. Frmwill teeth strt to come out n wat r symptoms
Answer: Hi dear, teething occurs mostly between 4-12 months. Following are traits:
1 Drooling: Teething tends to stimulate drooling in babies. This is your first sign.
2 Swollen Gums: If you happen to observe red, inflamed gums, this could mean that your baby is teething.
3 Slight Visibility of a tooth in the Gums: A faint white-ish mass below your baby’s gum is a good indicator that he is teething.
4 Fussy at Bedtime: Yes, teething can keep your baby up all night.
5 Ready to Chew: When babies begin teething, they are ready to chew on anything they can lay their hands on.
6 Eating Problems: The discomfort they experience during teething can make them refuse food too.
7 Crying: The discomfort of teething is unbearable for kids and makes them cry frequently.
8 Coughing: Some babies tend to cough mildly when they are teething.
9 Fever: Some babies tend to run a fever when they are teething.
Ways to help teething baby:
Rub a clean finger along the baby’s gums. This will help soothe the pain.
Use a cold cloth to rub the gum. You can even use a cold spoon to soothe the gums.
Drooling can cause skin rashes and irritation. Make sure you have a cloth handy to clean the drool, thus preventing irritation.
Give frozen banana, cool cucumber to chew.
Question: My baby teeth not come out yet... She is 1 year 25 days old
Answer: hello dear Teething usually begins around 6 months of age. But it is normal for teething to start at any time between 3 months and 12 months of age. By the time your child is about 3 years old, he or she will have all 20 primary teeth. The lower front teeth usually come in first. give your baby calcium rich foods..if you are concern then consult your doctor once..
Question: My baby teeth is not yet come.
Answer: Yeah for some kids its take time for their teeth ..not be worried about it