8-month-old Babies Have Difficulty Eating And Are Fussy And Have Cold Sweat.?
, ank I am 8 months old who is very active and his teeth start to grow but lately he is often cranky and difficult to eat and his body feels cold but his behavior is still active like it’s usually normal or not?
Baby teeth grow from the age of 6 months to around the age of 2-3 years. When the baby's teeth are growing, it is natural for babies to be fussy, especially if eating. From the condition of your child, at the age of 8 months and is teething, then that situation is a natural thing.
If your child is still active as usual, then it might not be dangerous. A body that feels cold can be affected due to various causes, such as cold air, or after excessive physical activity. If your child's body feels cold it's important to measure your child's body temperature.
Give enough drink to your child, also give enough milk and nutritious complementary foods. If your child is more difficult to eat, then you can check your child to the child's specialist doctor, so the doctor can check the condition of your child directly.
The following article you can read about baby teething
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