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Old 04-15-2010, 11:26 PM - Thread Starter
 
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How do you know when the 2 year molars are coming in?

DD has had diarrhea for almost a week now nothing severe but she usually has 1-2 BMs a day anyway but instead of them being formed they're runny. Is this a sign of molars perhaps? She also waking a few times a night and she's about at the age when she should be getting them, 22 months.
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Old 04-15-2010, 11:32 PM
 
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My ds will be 3 in August and is JUST FINALLY starting to have his poke through a bit on the bottom. I swore they were coming in back when he turned 2 but I guess I was wrong lol!

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My ds will be 3 in August and is JUST FINALLY starting to have his poke through a bit on the bottom. I swore they were coming in back when he turned 2 but I guess I was wrong lol!
Oh geez! Ok so maybe it's not molars
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My son has one side (top right) that is horribly swollen (purple too!) and you can see the white spots where the tooth is right there. The bottom right is somewhat swollen and you can feel a tooth close to the surface, but not quite. The other side is just fine.

The tooth can not come through fast enough though. It has been that way for a while now.

He is chewing on his fingers like crazy. Molars sucked the first time, I am not excited about a second round of it

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My dd is getting them at 13 months. They seem to be the same symptoms as the other molars and teeth (biting fingers, drooling, loose poops, difficulty sleeping), but they seem to take longer.

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My ds got them at 18-19 months, it is really just dependent on the kid. The only way to really know is to pry that mouth open and take a look!
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My DS has been working on them on and off since around 26 months and none of them are through the gums yet. His main teething sign is drooling. He was always a big drooler, but stopped around the time he turned 2. In the last few weeks, he has started drooling again and I took a quick poke back there and sure enough, they feel very close to breaking through.

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