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As a new parent, you are probably concerned about many different things. At around six months of age, you will start dealing with more issues. Your baby is going to start crawling and standing up, getting into things, and getting new teeth. Baby teething can be a difficult process for both the baby and the parents. Here is some information to help you get through the teething process as smoothly as possible.
Knowing The Signs Of Baby Teething
It is important that you know and understand the signs and symptoms of teething. In years past, people simply assumed that a fever came along with teething. Today, however, we know that this is not the case. If your baby has a high fever and is teething, he or she still needs to be seen by a doctor. Baby teething can cause problems like ear infections and sinus infections, and if your baby gets these while teething, he or she needs to get antibiotics. In addition to sickness, look for other signs of baby teething. While teething your baby might not sleep well. Do not just let your baby cry in his or her crib because you think he or she should just go back to sleep. Chances are your baby is in pain and needs you. In addition to all of this, when teething your little one will want to chew on anything and everything, so make sure to keep a close eye on him or her so that he or she does not eat something he or she should not eat!
Alleviating The Pain Of Baby Teething
Baby teething can be extremely painful, and it is important that you know some appropriate ways to help alleviate the pain. First, for mild to moderate baby teething, there are quite a few different things that you can do. You can wet a clean washcloth and freeze it and then let your baby chew and suck on it. This can do wonders for sore, baby teething gums! Second, for more severe teething pain, you can give your baby some painkiller. There are quite a few different baby painkillers for baby teething problems. There are many different painkillers, so talk to your doctor about painkillers and dosage information before giving your baby any medication.
Baby teething can be a difficult process, but hang in there! In a few months it will all be a memory and your baby will have a mouth full of teeth.