4 month old Teething

Drucillia - posted on 11/21/2010 ( 7 moms have responded )

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I think my 4 mnth old is starting to teeth. She cries when I put her down, hold her in my arms, anything. I cant see any teeth yet. what can i do to stop her crying?

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Anitra - posted on 12/25/2010

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my daughter starte teething around 13 weeks and the doctor said baby oral gel and a .8 oz dropper of tylenol. plus the medicine puts her to sleep. teething rings and teething cookies seem to help too

Grazelda - posted on 12/23/2010

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i believe in the whiskey or brandy myself, it works! no tummy runs or other usual teething problems.i did it with my first. my baby is now 14 weeks old and is teething. and tbh,the brandy works. i don't use it in excess though, have teejel as well as some tommee tippee teethers

Ashley - posted on 12/20/2010

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My oldest son was born wit 2 bottom teeth and he was in alot of pain. Not to mention wanting to nurse all the time. I tried everything and orajel would last 5min and he would cry again and put more on and he would go back to sleep, i felt so sorry for him and now my four month old daughter has cut her first tooth. It doesn't seem to bother her yet but i come from an old fashioned family and lots of hollistic medications and i say forget the orajel and teething tablets and get some whiskey to rub on there teeth. My kids loved ice cubes but you have to hold on to them, its a mess but it works!

Dilpreet - posted on 11/27/2010

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I think my my son is teething he bites anything, and rubs both his gums together. Is it normal for a teething baby to have diarrhea?

Ashley - posted on 11/24/2010

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My baby boy started at 4 months teething as well... he just cut his two bottom teeth. I damp a washcloth and put it in the freezer for 30 minutes and let him suck on it... it seems to help!

Sara - posted on 11/21/2010

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mine started at 3 1/2 months, i massage her gums with my finger, give her a cold damp cloth to chew on, i have recently tried giving her camilla you can ushually find it in any pharmacy and i find that help for a bit, my doctor suggested if it gets really bad to give her some infants advil

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