Yes, my DS bit me once or twice when he got his first teeth through; just unlatch and after a while they'll work out how not to bite. My DS is 9.5mths and we're still going strong - didn't stop him biting my nose this morning though
Yep, agree with PP. my DS started biting when he wasn't really interested in feeding, or whenever a new tooth was just about to come through (or just arrived). I would tell him "no biting" in a firm but quiet voice (be careful to try not to yelp, even if it hurts like anything, as they can find it funny and try for a reaction!) and if he did it again, put him in his cot for a break. Fortunately, it only happened a handful of times. Hope your DD grows out of it quickly.
I've recently posted about this as ds started biting, but is too young (5m) to understand most of the ways that are suggested to get him to step.
I can't help yelping. It feels like having a needle stuck in me and I'm not that tough. I honestly thought I'd have to stop bf (which I otherwise love so not a happy thought). He has more or less stopped after a few days of tears from both of us. Though he does still sort of 'test' with his tooth. I guess because it feels funny. I just have to trust he'll not bite and let him latch on.
Time and lanisol made it ok for me. Yelping and pushing his face into ny breast for a moment (obviously very briefly) helped tell him not to do it. I'm in early days though so would be wary of saying he has stopped for definite.