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#1 of 8 Old 08-02-2006, 05:32 PM - Thread Starter
 
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DS has been havign a lot of runny noses lately. He wakes up stuffy, then runny for a lot fo the day.

I'm trying to figure out if this is teething or maybe allergies??
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Every time my ds was teething he would get a runny nose and/or a mild cold. Not that everyone does, of course, but that was an easy indicator for us.

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I think that's what it is. He's getting his eye teeth...ouch!!
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yep. we're cutting eye teeth here too. and let me just say, i didnt know so much clear snot could come out of a kid!
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My DD didn't get a runny nose with her first couple of teeth, but these 1 yr molars are a doozy! Between the runny nose and the constant drooling, she's a mess! LOL

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runny nose, diahrea, fever, irratablility, rashes, drool...... seen it all with teething.

we use hylands teething combo tablets with #1 worked great, with #2 we had to give him the indivdual tablets, calcarea phosphorica, for painful teething.
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you know, i have 4 kids, and reading this post is the first time it dawned on me, wow, when they are teething, they DO have runny noses! My 8 month old has had the WORST runny and stuffy nose for weeks, DUH! He is TEETHING!

Sorry. I just had an epiphiny and felt the need to share.
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I have never heard of eye teeth- which ones are those?

Good to know about the runny nose- it just made me put 2 and 2 together. My DS always runs a slight fever too, so that's also how we know.
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