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How do I know that teething

Teething is one the most difficult moments in young children up to a year. In your best time to diagnose the cause of the baby's anxiety and help him cope with the pain and discomfort. And when the first tooth of the child will be a joy, not a catastrophe.

How do I know that teething

Instruction how to find that the teething

Step 1:

The first baby teeth begin to form even during fetal development - 5-6 month. A newborn already has 20 teeth inside the gums, waiting in the wings. Grow up they begin with the 4th month of life. Term start teething every child is different.

Step 2:

In rare children's teeth erupt painless. Milk teeth penetrate the gum, while there is a rupture of tissues, accompanied by pain. The first symptoms of this important process are: - increased child anxiety; - Swelling and pain in the gums; - Increased salivation; - In some cases - fever, an upset stomach.

Step 3:

To notice the approaching teething can be a few days before the onset of the first symptoms. The gum can be seen slight thickening, which will be viewed by the contours of first tooth. From this day you can begin to conduct the first preventive action.

Step 4:

What can help the child during the first eruption of primary teeth? To reduce pain gums to be cooled. To do this, fit the special teethers (you can buy in a drugstore or department store children's products). Teether is a rubber rattle pupyrchatoy with texture, sometimes with water inside. Rattle is cooled in a refrigerator and given to the child. Sucking cold teether relieves pain, and his relief texture massages desny.Mozhno wound on his finger gauze soaked in cold water and massage the baby's gums. If a child is already familiar with the first lure, you can give him a crust of bread to chew on. But under your watchful eye.

Step 5:

The pharmacy sold special creams for teething -. "Kalgel", "Solkodent", "Baby-dent", etc. Drawing on their baby's gums helps to reduce pain and softening of the tissue.

Step 6:

One tooth eruption may take an average of 3-5 days. If in this case the baby is very strong temperature, call your doctor to avoid colds.