Has any1s october baby got teeth yet?
Nicole - posted on 04/22/2010
My daughter was born on the 14th of Oct and has been teething too and this past month has been the worst, but still no teeth from her as well. The doctor said it was normal and could teeth up to 2 more months before anything pushes through... He also said not be alarmed if she turned 1 w/out any teeth.. He's seen that too! And then all the sudden the mother load of teeth push through making it the worst month or two for both parties.... Let's just pray this doesn't happen to either of us! I think they'll show up in a month or two. Don't worry! Every baby is different!
Angie - posted on 04/22/2010
I was at the dentist this week and he was saying that the first tooth is anywhere between 6-10 months normally though they may be teething for months before it actually "erupts". No teeth for my 6 month old yet and I'm happy b/c she's breastfed and I'm scared of being bitten!!!
Leya - posted on 04/21/2010
My son was born on the 27th Oct and this week has had his first 2 front bottom teeth cut the gum. Poor little fella. I thought this was early but it seems alot of other Oct babies are getting their teeth. People ask how old i was when my first tooth appears so maybe this has something to do with it?
Tara - posted on 04/21/2010
My baby who was born Oct 19th has been drooling and sucking on her hands for the past three months now. Still no teeth. But the last few days she's been extremly fussy and waking up at night so I'm thinking we're going to be seeing one sometime soon!!!
Vanessa - posted on 04/21/2010
My son was born on October 13th also and already has one full tooth and the other bottom tooth is half way out. All kiddos are different. My older 2 both had teeth at around 4 months. So I guess it just depends on the teeth and when they feel like cutting thru.
Megan - posted on 04/21/2010
My son was born October 2, and he has been a teething maniac! He got his first tooth in at 3 months, and is now cutting his 6th tooth! Bottom 2 came in first, and all this past month he was working on the top 4. I'm really, really hoping that he's done now so that we can finally start getting him to sleep at night!!!!
Jannah - posted on 04/21/2010
My son was born on Oct 20th and still no sign either. He has been drooling like crazy since he was 3 months old as well as sucking on his hands and chewing on cold teething rings. I've heard the longer it takes the healthier the teeth with be so I'm not too concerned.
Rachel - posted on 04/21/2010
My son was also born on October 13th and he doesn't have any teeth either. He has been teething for a couple of months. He puts anything and everything in his mouth to chew and drools like I left the kitchen faucet on. I don't think we have anything to worry about.
Belinda - posted on 04/20/2010
I have a 6 month old who doesn't have any teeth either. But I also have a 4 year old and she didn't get any teeth until she was 10 months old. She seemed like she was teething a few times, but they never came until 10 months. If your child still has no teeth at 12 months then you might have cause to be concerned. Otherwise I wouldn't worry about it.
Stacey - posted on 04/20/2010
my little man also born on 13th and exactly the same! must be something about the day ;) he has been teething for months, really swollen gums and it has been awful the last month...hoping one (or a whole heap) comes through soon and that it doesn't go on this much everytime he gets a tooth...haven't found anything that particularly helps him either - have tried pain medicine, herbal remedies, teething sticks, cold pack teething rings and on on.......good luck with your son
Stefany - posted on 04/20/2010
My son was born Oct. 25th 09 and he got his first tooth at about 3 months almost 4 then his second 2-3 weeks after that. but he has not yet gotten any top teeth and it has been 2 months. But he teethed 3 months before he got the very first one.
Melissa - posted on 04/20/2010
My son was born on the 12th, he has always drooled and for 2-3 months it got much worse. As of a few days before Easter he had one on the bottom poke through and now about 3 days ago he has the one right next to that one coming through. Some babies just have teeth that come in later. Have you given him a cold wet wash cloth? It helps take the swelling down, gives them something to suck on and the cloth helps sooth/cut the gums.
Mary - posted on 04/20/2010
My son Joshua was born Oct 19th and his first tooth made it's apperance 3 weeks ago and the 2nd one was a few days later. He has been teething since he was 2-1/2 mths old. I know his gums were very swollen the day before his first came through. I remember my oldest son was the same way. Good Luck I hope you see some teeth soon.
Antoaneta - posted on 04/20/2010
My son and daughter are born on 12th of October. He has two teeth already, but she still hasn't. His teeths showed up at the end of march when he was about 5 and half months. As i know it's normal teeth to show up between 6 and 12 months.
Josephine - posted on 04/20/2010
well mums dont freak out too much or be too obsessed as to whether or not ur bub has teeth first teeth can take up to 8-10mths to appear, but my boy cut his first tooth on sunday 18 apr, he was born 16 oct last year, and came with no dramas! the only way i found out was wen i went to 'pat' him back to sleep bout 6am sunday morn and he pulled my hand to his mouth lol!!!!
Lara - posted on 04/20/2010
My daughter was born 15th Oct & although every grandparent.. relative, neighbour, or stranger in the street will tell me she is teething so far no teeth. she does chew on her hand alot & drool & seem to have teething signs.. but theres no movement yet from her gums :(
hey.. my son wat born oct 13th.. hes been teething since 2 n a half months.. no sign of teeth yet.. altho at one stage it looked like one was comming.. but naa... no need to worry.. my little brother was teething since he was 3 months.. he didnt get his 1st tooth till he was one.. i guess they come when they are ready to
Jada - posted on 04/19/2010
Mia was born October 2nd and she cut both her bottom teeth when she was 5 months, and has the Lil clear spots their gums get before teeth pop through on the top as well, its all genetic, if you got teeth early your baby probably will to, i had both bottoms when i was 5 months as well :D
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