4 months old baby

Question: my baby is 3.5 months old...after giving her feed she ask to suck nipple for hours..is it sign of teething ..and what to do to avoaid suckinh nipple.if i dont give her nipple then she put her whole hand in moutj and cries a lot

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Answer: Hello dear this is not a sign of teething. It may be due to low milk supply. Baby tummy does not full and she suck nipple for the long time.
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