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What age does a baby start teething??

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magnum Tue 19-Aug-03 07:15:39

I just need some advice as to whether or not my dd is teething yet as she is only 2 months old. Over the last couple of days she has been dribbling constantly, her cheeks are red and she is forever chewing her little hands. Could this be teething or is it too early?? Every book i've read has said teething starts at around six months. Can anyone help as I have a teething ring cooling in the fridge, but don't know whether to try her with it!!

StateofConfusion Tue 12-Mar-13 20:14:42

my dd is 3months on wed and is defiantly teethiing, she's baby no3 and the first two were the same, very tear either feeds for ages or isn't interested, dribbling loads, crying when she doesn't usually. we've got nelsons teetha powders which soothe her and im eagerly awaiting her amber teething necklace.

aniaotu Fri 15-Mar-13 22:09:39

Oh dear. Sounds like my little one. I started with bonjela but it's only a little help. I'll look for that powder thing. Thanks StateofConfusion smile

babyfirstpk Sun 31-Jan-16 14:09:51

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babyfirstpk Sun 31-Jan-16 14:13:44

normally baby start <a href="http://babyfirst.com.pk/babys-teeth-timing-for-first-tooth/">teething</a> on sixth month but sometimes it take more than six months or sometimes earlier. Even sometimes children has been born with two teeth

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user1474703717 Sat 24-Sep-16 09:28:14

I guess after 4-5 months later.

vukse Sun 01-Oct-17 09:32:29

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