what are the best remidees for a teething baby. well hes 13 months. late starter but he has nearly all of them coming through and does not sleep please help

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Angela - posted on 01/23/2009

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 Homeopathic is the way to go. I also use the Teething tablets and they work great. 

Angela - posted on 01/23/2009

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 Homeopathic is the way to go. I also use the Teething tablets and they work great. 

Olivia - posted on 01/22/2009

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Depends on what you want to give your baby. My son was very late as well. and is still teething.  For my l/o I gave him all natural homeopathic  teething bullets.  They are liquid stored in plastic bullets in which you tear the top off.  They are made by Boiron Labratories.  Its natural Camilia.  It worked wonders on my boy.  He was 14 mos before he started to get any teeth and it was his top four coming at once.  But this helped alot!  I wouldnt recommend anything else.



They have a wide variety of products.  They have one for colds, works wonders on runny noses. You should be able to get it at your local drug store.  Here in Canada, i get it at Shoppers Drug Mart.



I've sent you the link:



http://www.boironusa.com/products.aspx?p...

Louise - posted on 01/22/2009

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I found one of the best remedies for teething is Ashton & Parson's you can buy it in any chemist or boots etc, wonderful for teething, restlessness and stomach problems or related to teething.

Melissa - posted on 01/22/2009

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When Tori was teething we lived with Hylands Homeopathic Teething Tablets and alternated tylenol/motrin. The teething tablets were awesome.....even when she was able to talk and tell us that her mouth hurt she would say "mommy i need my tablets" it was adorable...this worked through her 2 year old molars.....gosh I hope there are no more teeth coming in soon!! LOL

Karin - posted on 01/21/2009

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I know your pain, my son also was a late starter so he got many teeth at one time. I give him motrin and cold carrots to chew on. Good luck

Teresa - posted on 01/21/2009

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Frozen waffles or a cold wet facecloth to chew on. Worked for me. Strange, but worth trying

Jessica - posted on 01/21/2009

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Orajel for babies or teething tablets that also numb. Motrin should also help.

I hope you can get some sleep. Teething babies aren't fun but you will get through it!

Helen - posted on 01/21/2009

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Hi Kirsty



I bought something called ambasol liquid its for theething, mouth ulcers and other general problems for the mouth i found that it worked really well with my twins, it numbs the area that you put.



good luck

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