Baby’s Teeth Gums Are 3 Weeks Old And Lumps Appear?
Baby teeth at the age of 3 weeks, why does the side look white and have lumps that are rich in teeth? Are they dangerous to grow? But no fever and no fuss drinking the juice is also smooth
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The initial growth of teeth in infants generally starts at around the age of 4-6 months, but in some babies it can start earlier than 4 months. Please note there are several symptoms that can occur when the baby starts teething, including:
Swollen gums. Swollen and reddish gums can appear on the area of the tooth that will grow. Can also be observed small white bumps in the form of teeth that appear dimly in the swollen gums.
Bite and suck the things around him. Babies who begin to bite toys, suck fingers or achieved objects. Generally the gums feel itchy when you want to teething.
Lots of saliva or stools. Excessive production of saliva is thought to be due to the performance of the salivary glands being more active, so that the production of saliva becomes more than usual.
Rashes around the mouth.
Fussy at night
In your observation, the baby does not have a fever, no fuss, drink ASI still smooth. Then you can make further observations on the condition of the gums and teeth (white bumps that appear on the gum area). If teeth can grow well without causing abnormalities in your child, then there is no worrying problem found. However, if symptoms of fever (temperature exceeds 38 degrees Celsius with thermometer measurements) for more than two days, it is advisable to consult a pediatrician regarding further examination and management.
If your child becomes fussy, you can do a number of things to help calm your child, including rubbing the inflamed baby's gums with a soft soft cloth to soothe the child, giving the cooled bayiteether in the refrigerator.
Hopefully this information can help you,