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Normal hai teething ki wajah se bache kuch khate nahi hai aise time milkshakes hai,curd rice hai yeh sab try karo they will eat.also refrigerate karke ek cotton cloth do chew karne k liye.aap apni ungli saaf kar uske gums massage karte rahe.
Loose motions has nothing to do with teething.motions occur during teething becos babies tend to put everything in their mouth to soothe their gums.just get a cold cloth n massage her gums daily.also for motions if medicines is not working talk to ur doc to try some other medicines.keep feeding her n offering water as this will lead to dehydration.
Ap teslim moti ata hai hydrebad se mang v phena do ..easily teeth aa jyng.
Cavity can happen even when there is single tooth also when takes more sweet or content.first consult dentist n get examined
Hi it's normal, give clean cold cotton cloth refrigerated one for chewing to soothe the baby's gums and pain too and prevent your baby from taking everything in the mouth to prevent infections and diarrhoea during teething
Show it to doctor diarrhea is not directly a symptom of teething diarrhea happens during teething becos babies tend to put everything in their mouth to soothe their gums.make sure u dont have any thing around the baby that can lead to choking.also get it examined by doc becos even we had this myth n doc said diarrhea never be ignore as it leads to water loss n babies have an appetite loss as well while teething.so medication should be proper.
Signs that your baby is teething
Swollen, bulging gums.
A tooth visible below the gum.
Trying to bite, chew, and suck on everything.
Rubbing her face.
And yes you can give calcarea tablets to baby.
Yes it is normal..some babies gets teeth late so don't worry..!my baby is 24 months old an he has only 8 teeth..
Hi give clean cotton cloth refrigerated one for chewing to soothe the baby's gums and pain too and prevent your baby from taking everything in the mouth to prevent infections and diarrhoea during teething