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#31 of 89 Old 08-06-2011, 01:40 PM
 
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We would love to try them! I have a 13 month old with 9 teeth and more on their way! :)


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not ready for them yet but I've heard great things about them from other mommas.  No harm in being prepared eh?


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We would love to try the new Hyland's Teething Tabs.  We used them for DDs 1 and 2 and were very disappointed when we found out they weren't being made anymore.  So glad they are back just in time for DC3 to begin teething with a molar at 3 months!  Can't wait to try them out!


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So glad to hear they're coming back. They were great with my now-2-yo....My 3 month old will be teething before i know it...

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Yes please. We miss them! Nothing else has worked as well so far.


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We would love to try them, we used the old ones with our first child now age 3, would love to give them a go with our due in September baby!!wink1.gif


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We would love to give them a try! DS used them and an amber necklace for teething pain.


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I have never tried Hylands, but I would like to try it now! Thanks!


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We'd love to try them, too. I used them with my first, and they went off the market just as #2 started teething. :( He's working on molars now, and #3 is on the way, so I'm glad they're coming back!


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I have an 8 month old about to cut her EIGHTH tooth!!
I would love to be able to give her something to keep her comfortable! She can't seem to get a break. I've heard such good things about the Hyland Teething Tablets.
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It has been a nightmarish year of teething for us and our 19 month DD.  We have tried many remedies but are always looking for something that may buy us at least one night of unbroken sleep (or at the very least a longer period of uninterrupted sleep).  Count us in please!  

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I'm so glad Highland's is coming back! DS is working on tooth #5. Count us in.

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I used the old Hyland's teething tablets for my first 4 children and would love a chance to try the new ones with my 5th!


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I would certainly love to try them out and give you feedback! 

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I would like to try.  My DC is 4 months old and very, very drool-ie.  Thanks.  


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We would love to try them out! We have 4 molars on the horizon....and one cranky girl. We were sad when they were pulled from the shelves as we used them a lot. Glad to see they're coming back!


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I'm so interested!  My babe is TIRED of me attempting to give him goopy gels and medicine.  I'd love to ease his discomfort with these tablets.  I've heard Hyland's is the best!


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I'm in! My 7.5 m.o. Is working on his first teeth and we could all use a break!


 
 
 
 

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Glad to hear Hyland's teething tabs will be coming back.  We've found the gel and tabs useful with our oldest - and her sister's been using the teething gel lately.  Would love to try them out.

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We've been using the gel on DS2. I'd love to try the tablets. I had heard they worked better, but had be recalled. I'm glad they're back.


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I would love to try them. Used them with my DS before and would love to use them through this molar teething stage. I love hylands!!!

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Most definitely! I would love to try the "new and improved" teething tablets from Hylands. I used them with my son before they were taken off the shelves and I thought they worked well. I ended up going to the health food store and getting the homeopathic remedies that are in Hylands teething tablets - that worked well too.

 

Hopefully everything goes smoothly this time!

 

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I have used Hyland's products in the past and loved them.  I would love to try the teething tablets with my now 4 month olds.  I remember a friend purchasing all of the Hyland Teething tablets at our local pharmacy, and I knew that I wanted to try them too.  It would be great to try them with my twins.


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We would like to try them!  Our infant just started teething!


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My 8-month-old daughter has just gotten her third tooth through, with the fourth on its heels. I've been sad not to have my trusty Hyland's Teething Tablets to rely on during her first forays into tooth eruption. We would love to try the new formulation and share our experiences! I'm certain we will be in the market for Teething Tablets for quite some time. thumb.gif

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Add us to the list! We are currently using a syringe, but loved the tablets! On our molars now and getting desperate for the solution that always worked before!
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I was a hylands tablets user when I was a baby, and used them in adulthood for my own babies and myself (wisdom teeth), I was devastated when they were pulled off the shelves. I'd love to try the new ones!


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We would LOVE to try them! I have been so sad that they have been off the market. My daughter is 10 months and teething is just so awful for her :( I had Hylands teething tablets when my son was little and it was a god send. So please...put us in your Focus Group...because you are a good soul and you want me to get some sleep :)


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Would love it! They went off the shelves when I was pregnant with dd3-she's now 9 months old and is in the middle of teething. We haven't given her any oragel or tylenol or the like-she just wears an amber necklace. It seems to alleviate some discomfort but I'm not sure.

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We would love to try the new teething tablets.  It's been tough since they were pulled!

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