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Treating teething pain and discomfort

Quite a few methods will soothe the painful gums of your teething baby, before you turn to pain relief products and teething gels, those are:

  • If your baby is old enough, try giving them chilled water in a bottle or cup. Older babies eating solid foods can also be offered cold fruit purees or plain yoghurt, which all assist in numbing the pain somewhat.
  • If your baby has a facial rash, use a soft cotton cloth to gently wipe the drool away from their face as often as possible. Take care not to rub the inflamed area and use a barrier cream to provide protection from further irritation.

 

Suggestions

Here are some suggestions on how to treat teething:

  • Frozen peas, my kids loved them and still ask for a bowl of frozen peas!
  • Placing my JeleBebe Necklace in the
  • A cold leek to chew on. Kelly S.
  • Rub the gum above the emerging tooth with your finger. Rub often and with pressure. Babes love it and the tooth comes quicker. Natalie C.
  • Sticks of carrot or cucumber.
  • Watermelon or strawberries.
  • I make ‘breastmilk dummicicles’ for my little one using his dummy. I also offer him frozen fruits like frozen banana or frozen durian to nibble on. Rachel C.
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Symptoms & Signs of teething

Symptoms of teething

For most toddlers, symptoms of teething are quite minor and infrequent. The pain of teething tends to last for a few days, but if multiple teeth come through simultaneously, the pain can continue for longer.

The range of symptoms and their severity varies between babies; your baby may cut teeth with no complaints at all or teething may bring lots of pain and tears for your bub.

If symptoms of teething last for longer than a few days with no sign of a tooth, it’s possible that your baby’s pain and distress may be due to other causes.

 

Signs of teething

If your baby is teething, you may notice:

  • Swollen red gums
  • Cheeks that are flushed red
  • A rash on the face
  • Excessive drooling
  • Biting, rubbing or sucking the gums
  • Tugging at the ear on the same side as the tooth that is erupting
  • Wakefulness during the day and night-time sleeplessness
  • Reluctance to feed
  • Mild fever
  • Irritability and unsettled behaveiour
  • The appearance of a blister on the gum

Read more https://www.bellamysorganic.com.au/blog/how-long-does-teething-last/

 

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