8 months old baby

Question: My baby has completed 8 months but his teeth has not come out yet

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Answer: Hi dear... I dnt think der is an issue of teeths not coming out at 8 months sum babies get the teeths development little late it's quite normal my baby got teeth at 1.5 yrs... Dey say the baby who get teeths late gets a stronger teeths n dos children will be more brainy Dan those whose teeths hav come out early...
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