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DariaJask95 Mon 31-Oct-16 20:01:32

My girl is five months old and I have two questions regarding her teeth:

How long does it take for the tooth to fully grow once it cuts through?

And how long does it take for the second lower central tooth to come through?

One tooth has cut through and she seemed happy for few days but she's being grumpy again and I'm just wondering if another tooth is coming or if it's something else. :s

MrsAukerman Mon 31-Oct-16 20:04:45

Massive variations between children I'm afraid but I'd say it's highly probable that the teeth will come through in pairs. So it's likely that this discomfort is the other lower tooth.

MrsAukerman Mon 31-Oct-16 20:05:48

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MrsAukerman Mon 31-Oct-16 20:06:48

eruption chart

GoofyTheHero Mon 31-Oct-16 20:09:49

Completely depends on the child. DD1 could have weeks between them, DD2's all came in pairs. I have 2 under 3 and have no idea how long it takes for the tooth to fully grow once it's cut... as soon as they're cut I stop noticing them!

LifeLong13 Mon 31-Oct-16 20:15:09

Like PP said it varies hugely. My daughter had front 4 through in a month, then the ones next to the front ones 2 months after and she's currently got all 4 molars coming through! Not a sign of an incisor yet! Her first came through at 8 months. She's now 15 months.

GoofyTheHero Mon 31-Oct-16 20:17:30

My DD2 is nearly 16 months and has all her teeth! DD1 didn't finish until she was 2.3.

DariaJask95 Mon 31-Oct-16 20:21:24

Thank you!! Did any of you give your children calpol? And if so how long did you give it for? My girl is taking it really badly and I'm worried that too frequent use of calpol could harm her tummy..

QforCucumber Mon 31-Oct-16 20:24:53

Anbesol liquid and infant nurofen we've found to soothe best (though he is 7.5 months and nothing has actually broken the gum yet, but can be seen under it)

timeforachangeithink Mon 31-Oct-16 20:26:28

Anbesol is great but take heed of the dosage instructions for infants as it is very strong.

GoofyTheHero Mon 31-Oct-16 20:47:21

I gave calpol if she was really struggling.

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