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Baby first teething


The first six months of a baby’s life are spent on milk. In the meanwhile came the rice ceremony. After feeding rice and cooked vegetables, all the adults of the house try and see if the teeth have erupted? The house responds as soon as two small teeth appear on the lower floor. As if the little member is ready to eat everything right now.


And there is no end to the worries of parents whose teeth are late. Why not yet? Wouldn’t there be a problem?

Baby's first teething

Really, getting a baby’s first teeth is a big deal. So today we have the first tooth and some talk about the care of that tooth.


Teeth usually erupt between the ages of six months and nine months. Some babies get up before that and some take up to a year. There is not much to worry about the difference between the two months. However, if you are very worried, you must talk to an expert. Usually the milk teeth come out in pairs. Between the ages of two and three, all the teeth of the child come out.


Children’s first milk teeth / temporary teeth begin to appear from the age of 6-10 months. The process of tooth extraction lasts for 2.5-3 years. Teething is the process of getting teeth through the gums of the mouth. During this time there are some signs of change in the children, which makes the parents anxious.

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Symptoms of Teething:


1. Not wanting to eat properly / Eating less than the amount.


2. Irritable mood / always crying.


3. Trying to bite and bite the hand or everything around it.


4. Excessive salivation from the mouth.


5. The gums are often covered with red sores / swollen gums.


6. Not sleeping well at night and crying.




1. Teething is a natural process that occurs in all babies. But the symptoms of teething are not seen in all children. These symptoms usually get better with the eruption of teeth.


2. If the symptoms are more severe, the medicine should be taken according to the doctor’s advice.


3. The severity of symptoms can be controlled to some extent by using pacifier / teething toys in children.


4. The gums should be massaged regularly with fingers or with a wet cloth.


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