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    8 months and 6.5 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Addicted to Love View Post
    Sounds like this might be us too then. Did it seem more painful for your DS as he was a bit older, did he get a few all at once?
    Yes was very painful for him. We used highland teething tablets they worked so well & can get them from chemist. He didn't get moulers until 2.5-3yrs. He only got 1 or 2 teeth at a time tho.

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    DS 8 months and DD 10 months

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    All 3 were 5 months old when they cut their first tooth

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    8 months but I was 12 months and have had no problems

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    Quote Originally Posted by Addicted to Love View Post


    No problem handing him a pork chop to gnaw on then
    we went to the health nurse because he was suddenly fussy and in pain etc. his cheeks were red. I asked the nurse if he was teething and got told not before 6 months 2 days later his top tooth cut. The second was 3 days after that. Suffice it to say we didn't take her word as gospel for anything after that.

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    One twin was 10months, the other 14 months for cutting the first tooth!

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    My friend's little boy was almost 20 months when he cut his first tooth!!! She was worried so had him seen by a dentist at 14months who took X-rays which showed the teeth were in his gums, just taking their time to come through.

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    9 months and he teeths so well!

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    Ds got his first tooth at 4 months!!!! Then they just sprouted out all at once haha


 

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