Anyone else's baby teething? Drooling alot?

Brielle - posted on 11/05/2009 ( 17 moms have responded )

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I remember my older son got his first tooth at 2 months old. My daughter didnt get hers until 6 months. And now the baby seems to be gumming alot.

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Ashley - posted on 11/12/2009

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My son stared drooling really bad at 8 weeks and this past week (10weeks) he's been running low grade temps, has been really fussy and chewing on EVERYTHING that gets in his hands or near his mouth! Unfortauntly his favorite chew toy is my breast. I've tried the tables once and they worked a miracle! But I don't like the thought of consistly giving his some sort of drug but at the same time I hate the thought of him being in pain!

Regina - posted on 11/12/2009

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my son has been drooling since he popped out!! LOL!! completely normal..the best thing I have found for pain is teething tablets, that helps a lot..and they dissolve easily so theres no risk of choking.

Lisa - posted on 11/12/2009

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My son is almost 12 weeks and he has been drooling like a waterfall for about a month now! I don't see or feel and teeth but I think they're coming. My first child didn't cut her teeth till between 3 and 4 months I believe.

Roelien - posted on 11/10/2009

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Quoting Shauna:

Oh thank GOODNESS! Im not the only one! Belle will be turning 3 months on the 10th and she is like a Saint Bernard when it comes to drool. She loves to blow spit bubbles too but I dont think thats related to the teething. She always has her hands in her mouth. She likes my fingers there better though 'cuz she can chomp down without it hurting her. She doesnt much like the teething ring, but does well with a cold wash cloth covering her hand or my finger (thanks for that trick Mom!) She gets unrelievably fussy and I generally have to give her a little baby Tylenol. That seems to help. I think today Ill go out and get some more Tylenol and Orajel. I am relieved that its not just Belle. I thought I has some mega advanced baby!!





It really is helpful to read that you are not alone! My darling girl is at the same stage with drool, and trying to put her entire fist in her mouth - I think she may even succeed one day it seems to go in deeper by the day!



I am going to 'steal' your mom's tip regarding the cold wash cloth. Good luck to all the little angels!

Milena - posted on 11/09/2009

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OMG yes! Ethan had his little tooth visible by 2 months and it really started cutting this week. I find that teethers are useless at this stage since he doesn't hold them on his own yet - but we stumbled onto the Hylands Teething Tablets and they work like a charm! No more crankiness and pain !

Victoria - posted on 11/08/2009

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my bubba is 11 weeks and he has had 2 teeth that have came down then went back up.. and i have to change him all the time cuz hes clothes get saturated .

Kayla - posted on 11/08/2009

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I think my daughter is teething too, all the signs are there. Today she actually grabed my finger put it in he mouth and was bitting on it for a while. It hurt, I'm sure she'll have some lil teeth before I know it!

Bobbi Scanlon - posted on 11/08/2009

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My son's starting teething at 3 months but didnt get any till 10 months or so .. My daughter is drooling like crazy and biting her hand so maybe she will get them early

Scarlett - posted on 11/08/2009

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i wasent sure because y sons only 3 and a half months but hes dribberling and bits things alot xx

Krystal - posted on 11/07/2009

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I am Majoring in child development for a teaching degree and according to it babies that teethe before 4 months of age advance faster during puberty and are considered more well-endowed in certain areas... :( wasn't something I necessarily wanted to read lol

Krystal - posted on 11/07/2009

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MaKenzye has been teething since she 1 1/2 months old (doctor confirmed) she has yet to have a tooth actually break through the skin but she has 2 that are VERY close. One looks like a top canine and the other is a lower incisor.

Shauna - posted on 11/07/2009

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Oh thank GOODNESS! Im not the only one! Belle will be turning 3 months on the 10th and she is like a Saint Bernard when it comes to drool. She loves to blow spit bubbles too but I dont think thats related to the teething. She always has her hands in her mouth. She likes my fingers there better though 'cuz she can chomp down without it hurting her. She doesnt much like the teething ring, but does well with a cold wash cloth covering her hand or my finger (thanks for that trick Mom!) She gets unrelievably fussy and I generally have to give her a little baby Tylenol. That seems to help. I think today Ill go out and get some more Tylenol and Orajel. I am relieved that its not just Belle. I thought I has some mega advanced baby!!

Mel - posted on 11/07/2009

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My bubba is dribbling A LOT at the moment, I have a bib on her all the time. She always has her hands in her mouth but I cant feel any teeth in there yet. My other daughter was 5 months when she got her first. I have heard that some babies are born with teeth!

Elisabeth - posted on 11/06/2009

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i thought the same thing about Isabella's level of drool... the last couple weeks its non-stop! and her ridge on her lower gum is softening, which i was told was one of the first signs of teething. So i went to the store and got the tablets, and orajel, so I'm ready when it happens! I dont want to be caught off guard when it comes to her first tooth!

Sakeena - posted on 11/06/2009

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well around 2 months or maybe a even a little earlier, my daughter started to kick her drool output into overdrive. i wouldnt say that she's teeting just yet...but i'd bet it isnt far off

Simone - posted on 11/06/2009

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yeah my baby's the same, her mouth is full of water and now shes found her hands there always in her mouth. i think shes teething early.

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