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Name: Denise
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Do you guys have any advise on teething? This has been going on for a month. I have tried Tylenol, Motrin, cold wash cloths, chew toys, swing, teething gel, and the only thing that helps is holding him all day or distracting him by carrying him around. My 3 yr. old is starting to get jeleous. By the way the baby just turned 4 mths.old.
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Name: Denise | Date: Jul 11th, 2006 8:14 PM
He constantly keeps his fingers in his mouth and drools, he also hates to be placed flat on his back. 

Name: Denise | Date: Jul 11th, 2006 8:36 PM
I know I am asking for advise here but when I went back and forth between forums of private stuff and I read what I just wrote here about drooling, I couldn't help but laugh and think of my husband. Ha! Ha!, I know enough said, just a laugh for today. 

Name: charla | Date: Jul 11th, 2006 8:43 PM
denise there was another forum on here sahm that was titled teething it had some really good suggestions including mine lol. 

Name: Denise | Date: Jul 11th, 2006 8:53 PM
Thanks, I will look it up. 

Name: firewife | Date: Jul 11th, 2006 10:13 PM
Denise, I think our babies are the same age and mine is a major drool bucket. Some times he sticks both hands so far down in his mouth, he gags himself. I still cannot see evidence of any teeth, but I know they are coming. 

Name: mevelt83 | Date: Jul 17th, 2006 3:59 AM
Try 100 % Natural teething tablets. I give my son Tylenol and 3 teething tablets and it helps him alot. Melissa 

Name: Melissa | Date: Jul 17th, 2006 4:06 AM
also i found that it helps to alternate tylenol and motrin. don't just give one or the other. give tylenol and then when it is time for more give motrin. it help for my son. r u breastfeeding? if so try freezing some in ice cube trays and giving him one or two in a mesh feeder to chew on. then they get a snack and feels good on their gums. 

Name: EthansMom0213 | Date: Jul 17th, 2006 4:41 AM
When my son was teething I let my son chew on an ice cube. Of course this mean that you have to hold while he is chewing the ice cube, but this was the only thing I found that worked. 

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