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    Default How old was your baby when they first started teething?

    My DS is 3 months, drools constantly and is always sucking on his fists. How long were your babies showing signs and what were they?

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    My dd started sucking on everything. ..drooling....at about 3 months. I thought she was teething. She's 10 and half months and just cut the bottom two teeth!!

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    My DS is 3 months next week and doing exactly the same thing. Apparently it is the first signs of teething, although they may take months for teeth to show. The teeth and gums can be sore as they prepare for the eruption of the first tooth.

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    Can't remember when teething signs started for DS but his first tooth cut at 4&1/2 months. Pretty much just got tooth after tooth from that point on!

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    My DD is 11 1/2 months and only has half a bottom tooth! It cut through at 10 months and has hardly moved at all! Good for breastfeeding!

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    Teething signs at 3 months. First tooth cut at 4 months. Currently 5 months with 2 bottom teeth and can see two top ones coming through.

    Everyone thought we were crazy for thinking he was teething.

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    My little one is 14weeks and has been a massive drooler for weeks now. I change her bib almost 6 times a day (including the night) because it is soaked with drool hehe ... she came out of me sucking her hands and if she doesn't have a dummy she sucks her knuckle, fingers or recently her thumb! lol.. the sucking seems to be getting worse so I was thinking she may be cutting teeth also

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    My dd started sucking on everything. ..drooling....at about 3 months. I thought she was teething. She's 10 and half months and just cut the bottom two teeth!!

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    This! I was convinced everything was caused by teething but she only got her first tooth at 10.5 months lol.

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    He ended up cutting his two bottom teeth with in a day of each other two weeks later. His now six months and were just about to cut a top tooth

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    6 months - I didn't even know! My SIL came over and was playing with him and said did I see his little front tooth coming out !


 

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