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Teething

Teething starts between 3 and 8 months. This time can be trouble-free for some infants but it can be a real source of discomfort for others. When teeth develop, they pierce gums. This is often synonymous with pain and causes irritation and swelling.  

The baby is grumpy and may have the following symptoms:  

  • Red cheeks 
  • Irritability  
  • Inflamed gums
  • Disturbed sleep
  • Loss of appetite
  • Slight fever

This is however a natural event in his/her development. Teething occurs in a certain order

 

However, every child is unique and teething occurs at his/her own pace. There is therefore no need to worry if your child gets your teeth early or late. To track your child's teething, download the tooth diary. For each new milk tooth, colour its location on the drawing and fill in the table so as to track the order of appearance of your baby's little teeth.  

On the side: Link to: - teething diary

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