9 months old baby

Question: Hi my baby is 7 month old , teeth coming so she crying lot not taking solid food wat to do ??

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Answer: Hello dear, Teething gets babies very cranky. The best thing to do is get them teething toys or soothers they help in relaxing the irritated gums. You can massage ur babies gums with a clean finger. You can also use a clean cloth dipped in cold water n keep it in ur babies mouth. U can get a chilled spoon for the baby to chew on. It will help ur baby. Cold food like frozen fruits cold yogurt you can give ur baby frozen banana stick. The cool feeling can be bressing for the irritated gums.  Also feed your baby calcium rich foods like dark leafy vegetables, milk, yogurt, cheese etc.
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