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    Default Amber Teething Necklace - Do they work or not?

    I know there's threads on this sorry haven't got time to look for them.

    My Amber hasn't arrived as yet for DD but do they work or not?

    Curious to hear

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    I think they do... My DD is terrible when she's not wearing it. Coincidence, maybe.. but I swear by it

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    Yep another believer here, which reminds me I must find ours maybe it will stop the feral dribbling that has recommenced

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    I have been using mine on & off since my baby was a few months old. We got the raw amber (as apparently it's stronger) necklace and bracelet/anklet set (as the more amber on the skin the better).

    I have found it has helped him during teething, but not enough to make his discomfort disappear. So I still have used teething drops (homeopathic ones from the chemist) and dealt with some difficult nights but when he doesn't wear them when teething he is worse, so for us it helps a bit, and to me every bit counts!


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    DD is is 14 months and had hers since about 4 months and I don't think it's done anything to help... But I'm afraid to take it off just in case!

    We still need nurofen/panadol when her teeth are coming through.


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    It did nothing for my DS but, like anything, I'm sure it works for some children and not for others. Hope it works for you OP

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    I wasn't sure until I forgot to put it back on DS1 and his 2yo molars were coming through, he was feral, I put it on and about 3 hrs later I had a different child.

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    Just got it how's that. Ok ummm how safe are these to leave around her neck? Doesn't look safe?

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    I have found that the honey one that we got given for DS worked great but the multi coloured one that we got for DD has not worked as well for her. I have also cleaned DS's and then put it on DD but again it did not seem to work as well for her...

    I think that they are worth trying though..

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    Just got it how's that. Ok ummm how safe are these to leave around her neck? Doesn't look safe?
    I found the one's that we had to be safe but like anything like that you still need to keep an eye on thing's and use common sense due to choking hazard.

    They should have a knot in between each bead like you would see on a string of Pearls and this is to stop them all coming off it the string was to break..

    I have left it on DD and DS over night but always clipped them in between the top bottom of their pj's, they always wore the type with the studs up the front.

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