hello guys my son is teething, any suggestion to relieve the pain

Aprille - posted on 03/29/2010 ( 16 moms have responded )

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he's 7mos old and started teething i can feel his pain from the way he cry.....im a first mom i already ask one of my friend and i guess some ur advise might help me as well....thank you guys

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Sharon - posted on 04/08/2010

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rusks and pidgeon tooth brushes for teething babies......pack of three...there my best friend

Tracy - posted on 04/07/2010

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I tried the teething rings my son has no interest in them, I've had better luck with using Tylenol or Motrin, I know some people go with the natural stuff, this works well for my kids and keeps them comfortable and that is my only concern. A cool wash cloth can work too and ora jel although it doesn't last long

Megan - posted on 04/07/2010

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OH YEAH!! A GOOD SOLID PIECE OF STEAK! our son is popping his top tooth and we gave him steak cuz his daddy loves his steak and the next day we could see his tooth push through more lol hes 7 mo 3 wks he had his 1st steak when he was 5 1/2 mo

Ashlee - posted on 04/06/2010

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theres a teething gel that REALLY helps its it target and is called cursea (something like that) or get the icepoles from pharmacys that babies can have it doesnt have tohe extra sugar in them and is mainly fruit.

Renee - posted on 04/04/2010

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natural stuff Braurer or some thing like that it comes in a white and purple box its great! Your can give it with panadol for bad nights and i find it works just as good if not the same as the panadol. and the Hylands tablets!

Julie - posted on 04/03/2010

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I love putting frozen berries or fruit into my little ones mesh fresh fruit feeder and just let him chew on it until he is content.

Chelsea Cleo - posted on 04/01/2010

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Things like teething gel or even teething powder work for my daughter, Pamol or nurofen liquid form work. I have also heard that letting your baby bite down on something hard (preferably cold) will reduce the pain from pressure.
I hope this help!

Mariana - posted on 03/30/2010

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you can buy oral-gel for baby and that takes away the pain.. aldo you can buy a teether that can be frozen and that can help alot

Amanda - posted on 03/29/2010

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Teething Tablets (you can find at Walmart or Target), Cold teeting rings, I have 2 that I keep in the fridge that way I can always have a cold one, You could also wet a wash cloth and put that in the fridge, or you could by those mesh containers that hold fruit and put some chilled fruit for him to chew on. Good luck I know its rough but those teething tablets are wonderful!!

Brittany - posted on 03/29/2010

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We used Oragel to temporarily (VERY temporarily because it doesn't last long) numb the pain just long enough for the infant Tylenol to kick in, and then gave him a teething ring filled with water (we store them in the fridge all the time so they'll be ready whenever he needs them.) The combination of those 3 things has always worked for us!

Ida - posted on 03/29/2010

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we used teething tablets and water filled teething rings we put in the fridge to get them cold

Brianna - posted on 03/29/2010

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The Hylands tablets or gel are great, that help almost immediately. Also a cold teething ring helps to numb the area.

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