How To Deal With Fussy 11-month Babies When Teething?
I want to know how to make my ankle not fussy and sleep soundly because I want to grow teeth
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The growth of first teeth in infants usually makes a child more fussy than usual. Parents do not need to worry about this disturbing situation. Teeth in babies usually arise at the age of 3-6 months. Signs and complaints that can arise in the form of itching and pain in the gums that will grow teeth. However, complaints or signs that arise every child is different. So this discomfort makes the child more fussy and fussy than usual.
Every parent must understand the symptoms or teething syndromes in infants such as:
gums appear swollen and reddish babies often bite the things around them, salivate, more no cranky appetite, sometimes always crying, difficulty falling asleep, fever. What you can do to deal with complaints and discomfort due to teething in babies, you can do several things, such as:
rub baby's inflamed gums from teeth that will grow slowly using fingers or a soft, clean cloth so the baby feels more comfortable. give snacks that can be bitten by the baby. Cold food / snacks can reduce pain and discomfort in baby's teeth. give special toys that can be bitten by a baby or baby. Make sure these toys are clean when used by your baby. You can also put the tetherter first in the refrigerator to cool it for a few moments in order to further reduce itching and discomfort. but if the child becomes very fussy, accompanied by a high fever, or coughing colds, nausea, vomiting and does not want to eat / drink, you should take your child and consult a doctor to get further treatment. That's all the answers I can give.
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