Hello, ladies, they say that their child also has a fever, diarrhea or runny nose before the appearance of a new tooth, but there is no scientific evidence that teething causes these symptoms. If your child has a fever along with other symptoms, such as lack of appetite, vomiting, lethargy or diarrhea, call your doctor to rule out anything more serious.
How can I help my child, carved teeth, feel better?
Give your child something to chew, for example, a strong rubber piercing ring or a cold washcloth that you refrigerated in the refrigerator (and not a freezer).
Wipe the clean finger gently, but firmly on your baby's gums to temporarily ease the pain.
If your child is old enough for solids, he can get some relief from eating cold foods such as apple sauce or yogurt.
If your child is old enough to eat food with fingers, he can help him gnaw heavy, unsweetened penetrating cookies, for example, zwieback. Just watch him and be careful.
If nibbling, rubbing or other common ways to ease teething do not work, you can give the children acetaminophen or ibuprofen to children (for children 6 months and older). Ask your child's doctor for the correct dosage before giving an analgesic to a child under 2 years of age.
I wish you to go through this period of your child's life.