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    My little one is 10 weeks old and is very sooky and clingy at the moment and keeps trying to put his fist in his mouth, my question is would he be teething already? I remember my daughter teething early but that was 8 years ago and I can't remember how early it was she did start teething.

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    Our daughter started dribbling and showing signs at about 12 weeks but the first teeth didn't show themsleves until 5 months.......2 down 18 to go!!

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    Default Teething

    My girls both started teething at about 10-12 weeks and my little man is 10.5 weeks and starting to now as well

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    It is around this time that bubs discover their hands too. It could be teeth but my 5 mo DD has had her hands in her mouth for ages and no sign yet either!

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    It is around this time that bubs discover their hands too. It could be teeth but my 5 mo DD has had her hands in her mouth for ages and no sign yet either!

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    My DD is 11.5 weeks corrected and the last few days has been fist in mouth, red in the face, drooling and generally restless... Her gums definitely have more pronounced bumps than they did a few weeks ago... So I think this is the start! As pp said and what I've heard from others it can be quite a while between first signs and actual teeth.


 

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