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#61 of 89 Old 08-07-2011, 08:01 AM
 
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I know my sister used these successfully with her DS and liked them. We have a new little one that I'd love to try them out on too.  Count me in!

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We only use hyland's with our little guys. We were so upset when we couldn't find them when our niece was teething. We have a new DS and would love a sample smile.gif thanks

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I would love to try them!  DD will be teething very soon!


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My 9-month-old daughter is cutting her 3rd and 4th teeth right now, and we've been scrounging half-empty bottles of Hyland's Teething Tablets from friends whose babies are done teething. I would LOVE to be part of the focus group for the "new and improved" tablets. orngbiggrin.gif


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II'm also interested in trying them. I used Hyland's with DS1 and DS2 is now 6 months and I keep thinking will pop a tooth at any moment. :)


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I would love to try them. The Hyland's teething tablets were magic miracle pills for my first son. I only have a few left of that batch that I'm zealously guarding for my second son, and now I'm relieved to know I won't have to be so careful anymore. Son #2 is 10 months old and has no teeth yet!!

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I'm interested! My daughter still doesn't have very many teeth, so we'll be needing the tablets for a while!

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Count me in, they worked great for DS and I'm curious about the "new and improved" ones!  I probably have a few months to go before we need them, but DS teethed way earlier than I thought he would so it would be good to have some on hand!


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I would love to try them. We are getting four incisors simultaneously. The remedy we've used up to now just stopped working and I don't have it in me to find a single remedy. That's the ideal but when I'm this sleep deprived, I rely on the combos. Thanks!

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Would love to try the new version!


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I would love to try them. Hyland's teething tablets are THE best. I was so upset when I couldn't buy them anymore.

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Our 5 month old baby has already started teething and I'm desperate to try something that isn't medication! 

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We would like to participate! Our daughter is 15 weeks old and so she could start teething any time.


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I would love to try them, my DS is 14 months, didn't have much of a problem with the front 8 teeth but him molars are coming in and he's having lots of pain!

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Would love to participate!  DD is 2 months and my little ones start teething at 3 months.  We used Hylands for our 4 other littles.

 


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Absolutely! We've been treating our teething tablets we had leftover like gold. They work magic for our son, and he'll be working on this canines here shortly. 

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I am a new mom and hesitant about using some of the teething products on the market.  I look forward to trying Hyland's baby teething tablets as a safe alternative.

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I have never tried any teething tablets but my ten month old is getting his four top teeth at once and we definitely need SOME relief!

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 I loved these with my son and now my daughter is getting on to the start of teething.


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I would love to try them for my 11-month-old. He has been working on tooth #7 the past couple weeks and is losing sleep from it.
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i am very interested in trying them. this is my first child but all of my friends used hylands TT and swore by them. i'm using the teething gel and it works but am interested to see the difference in the tablets (if any).

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We miss the Hyland's!  Yes we would love to try them out.

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I would be very interested in trying these as well. my ds struggles tremendously with teething and we've tried it all. Homeopathy has worked the best for us and I would be interested in giving the tablets a try.

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I would love to be a part of this focus group!   I love Hylands products!    We have been using the gel, and waiting for the tablets to come back. My 7 month old is still working on that first tooth....

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My DS is just starting to get his molars, so we would love to try a sample!!

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Would love to try them. Our daughter turned 8 months yesterday and has her first 2 teeth ready to pop through. We couldn't find Hyland's so our natural grocery store suggested Boiron Camilia. Can't tell if it works...

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Thank you all for your interest. Please stay subscribed to this thread for updates regarding the free product offer and focus group. 

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