My 7 month old baby is teething

Sandra - posted on 01/20/2010 ( 15 moms have responded )

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My 7 month old baby is teething.. He is so fussy.. anything i can do to help him? Any good teething remedies?

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Ashley - posted on 01/24/2010

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The net teethers are amazing! I got one from Walmart, its made my Munchkin heres a pic,http://s3.hubimg.com/u/1046534_f260.jpg , my son loved oranges and pears in it, i havent tried veggies but its so good, i'd definitely recommend getting one, theyre cheap and wonderful! good luck!

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Sandra - posted on 09/19/2011

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ok thans.. no i ot to do i all over agin with my daughter.. she is now 4 months

Kim - posted on 08/02/2011

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Hi, my baby girl has her first 2 bottom teeth cut through this month, we thought the best ideas that worked for us were home made frozen icepops and a muslin cloth ( half of it dampish) and frozen over night and distracting mlo-hope this helps =) xx p.s im a brand new mum on here =) xx

Kayla - posted on 01/25/2010

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I got the teething remedy tablets for my daughter at walmart. They seem to do good on her.

Danielle - posted on 01/24/2010

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First let me start off by saying my daughter has had the hardest time teething that I have ever seen! It has been horrible. We bought every teething product on the market. We bought one of those pacifier looking net teethers for my munchkin and break up pedialite freeze pops and put them in it. Nataliya drools so much, the extra liquid makes sure she won't get dehydrated. We have also tried the teething tabs (didn't help) and EVERY orajel product on the market. The night time gel works the best, but not great. Distraction helps quite a bit, and with my daughter, (most of the time) holding her and walking around the house works wonders. But as a last resort, Tylenol is the only thing that works no matter what. Good luck! Oh, teething biscuts and cookies work temporarily, but you need to watch closely because big pieces do break off and pose a choking hazzard

Tiffany - posted on 01/23/2010

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my 7 month old has been teething he already got two teeth..an think more may be coming..what i do to help him his you can get the teeth ring to put in the freezer, toys, they also have teething cookies. i used all of them plus the orajel. an u can also use the infant tyenol to help with the pain. that stuff works wonders. :)

Kyla - posted on 01/23/2010

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You can get them in the baby section it is this thing they can hold and you can put ice cubes or frozen fruit in it and they just suck on this net thing that holds the stuff that way they can't choke on anything. I heard frozen banana's work good but my son hates banana's

Kyla - posted on 01/21/2010

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Camilia is natural teething drops has anyone used them? I have some but unsure about using them. Are they a good teething remedy? My son is 7 months big bumps on his gums and chewing everything. LOL I buy him Baby Mum Mum cookies they are rice cookies and he loves chewing on them. Also wondering if those Net teethers really work well?

Casey - posted on 01/21/2010

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put an ice cube in a damp wash cloth and let him/her chew on it works GREAT!!!! but you have to hold on to it because of the chocking hazard of the ice cube or Mr.freeze pops round the edges so they are not pointy and let them go to town! you will have a happy baby again

Christina - posted on 01/20/2010

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I agree with Megan about the net teethers! We put frozen cantalope in it and she LOVES it and it brings her swelling down from teething really fast!

Nakita - posted on 01/20/2010

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My baby is teething so I bought a a teething ring that vibrates when she bites on it she really likes this and it seems to be helping. i got it at wal mart.

Megan - posted on 01/20/2010

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My son freaked out when I used Orajel, a few times, so that was out of the question. I read a great tip about giving them frozen bananas to chew on. My son absolutely LOVES this, but he doesn't want his hands to get cold so I end up holding it. It's a hidden blessing that way you can make sure they don't choke themselves on the whole thing. They also make these net things that you can put food in and babies can chew on them without getting the big chunks or getting too much too fast. I make homemade baby food and a frozen cube of any food works well too. Hope that gives you a few ideas.

Lindsay - posted on 01/20/2010

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My daughter is teething too. I have given her toys to chew on including Sophie the Giraffe and the Razberry teether. I have also offered her a cool/damp washcloth to chew on. Of course her favorite thing to do is nurse though.

If you feel that he is really hurting, they do make homeopathic teething remedies in drops/tablets that you could try.

Kayla - posted on 01/25/2010

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I got the teething remedy tablets for my daughter at walmart. They seem to do good on her.

Kyla - posted on 01/21/2010

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Camilia is natural teething drops has anyone used them? I have some but unsure about using them. Are they a good teething remedy? My son is 7 months big bumps on his gums and chewing everything. LOL I buy him Baby Mum Mum cookies they are rice cookies and he loves chewing on them. Also wondering if those Net teethers really work well?

Nakita - posted on 01/20/2010

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My baby is teething so I bought a a teething ring that vibrates when she bites on it she really likes this and it seems to be helping. i got it at wal mart.

Lindsay - posted on 01/20/2010

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My daughter is teething too. I have given her toys to chew on including Sophie the Giraffe and the Razberry teether. I have also offered her a cool/damp washcloth to chew on. Of course her favorite thing to do is nurse though.

If you feel that he is really hurting, they do make homeopathic teething remedies in drops/tablets that you could try.

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