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Teething starts in between 4 - 15 months...
Nd it may varies from baby to baby,every child will be unique in reaching there milestones...
My son too got his first teeth in his 11th month.
So don't worry.
When you see only one teeth you can start brushing. Use finger brush in starting as it has soft bristles and will not harm the gums. As more teeth comes and baby is used to then use normal toothbrush with the favourite colour or cartoon character a stand to make the brushing time fun time. You can also try mamaerth berry blast toothpaste. It has a very good taste that is loved by the kids. To encourage your kid for brushing or to clean the tongue you also do brushing with her. It will help you out.
Maybe u can increase the number of feed n reduce the gap between feeds.
Hi teething period varies from baby to baby and may occur between 4 months to 15 months thus don't worry
You shouldn't not give any medicines with out consulting your Dr,she is too small.....give teethers for your baby....
I think u should start brushing his teeth now. U can use finger brush which is soft and easier to use
Every child is special n uniqe.. So be pasents n wait.. Make sit him properly with support
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 period
Teething itself does not cause the diarrhea. At the time of teething, babies have the urge to put every possible thing in their mouth. Since its obvious that you can't practically sanitize every thing in their vicinity, your baby will end up with something unhygienic. That is what leads to the upset stomach. Try to clean everything your baby has access to, and frequently too. Try to keep some cold teether or pieces of child carrot or cucumber that are safe for him to bite down on.
If your baby is starting to teeth, she may be experiencing some discomfort in her gums. You can help her by giving her something safe to chew on like a cold teether or clean cotton cloth dipped in cold water. Keep her surroundings as well as her toys clean as she will try to chew anything she can grab. Putting anything not clean will lead to obvious risks of upset stomach and so on. You can also give her child pieces of carrot or cucumber that she can hold and try to chew.