6 months old baby

Question: My baby is in the process of teething n getting cranky n irritated.cry's continuously n need something in his mouth. Plz provide some remedies to reduce his pain

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Answer: Hi, yiu can give him a gel free teether. You can give cild massage to gums like cold spoon massage ie cold cloth massage. It should help
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