early teething?!?!

Amanda - posted on 07/27/2010 ( 6 moms have responded )

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my daughter was born on May 11th 2010 therefore shes 2 and a half months, i think shes teething shes drooling alot, constantly sucking on her wrists, crying soooo much, diahriah, sleeping more throughout the day but less at night, and when i put bonjela on her gums she stops crying for about half an hour then starts up again. Is it to early for teething or is it perhaps something else? and if infact she is teething what can i do to help her shes too young to want to chew on teething toys?

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Heather - posted on 08/23/2010

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My son started drooling about a month ago and is cutting a tooth now. He is 3 1/2 months. You can use baby orejel, teething tablets and infant tylonal. Between the 3 he is usually ok for 3 or 4 hours.

Emma Louise - posted on 08/23/2010

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my son is 3 months, he also sucks his fists and dribbles alot, but he isnt teething just likes to suck his hands lol x

Rachael - posted on 08/23/2010

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my son was also born on may 11th and since mid July he has had exactly the same symptoms as your daughter, i spoke to my health visitor and she said although it may not be true teething some babies do go through a pre-teething stage. During this stage their gums become hard ready for their teeth to come through and this can cause them discomfort

Liz - posted on 08/10/2010

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Our son starting teething at 3 months, drooling, sucking on hands, we can actually see the tooth through the gums. We went & got teething tablets & they seem to be working great for him. Definitely not too early to be teething though. Hope this helps..

Kathryn - posted on 08/02/2010

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my daughter is 12 weeks and started getting those symptoms at 9 weeks. so she started teething very early. ur daughter is definitely teething. if her gums are red and inflamed then just rub some vidol teething powder on them. also there is drops u can get from a health shop,just ask them 4 something 2 help with the teething symptoms. hope this helps!

Jennie - posted on 07/28/2010

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its not to early for teeth my 1st son was born with a tooth my second was ten weeks on monday and hes getting a tooth i just give him bonjela and some capol for the pain other than that just ride it out you will be fine but there is not much ya can do

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