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    Default BEST teething relief, suggestions please!!

    Hi fellow.Hubbers

    My 18mo DD is getting some eye teeth moving about at the moment... Nurofen is all we have in the house at the moment (and panadol but that doesn't work).

    I was wondering if you all could suggest the best teething relief you have used? Bonjela doesnt work very well for her. She also already wears an amber teething necklace.

    Thanks Mummies! Any help would be appreciated, we're all a bit batty at the moment!

    TIA xxxx

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    Sorry to say this but you have tried just about all the remedies!

    Sounds like she is just a bad teether

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    Hylands teething tabs, they work a treat!

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    We used to se use SM33 teething gel until we discovered the hylands teething tablets. They are brilliant! They stopped stocking them a while ago and I only just went to look for them today but no luck Try looking around or ask your pharmacist

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    Curash has a teething gel you could try... You could even try even try the teething gels they sell at the natural foods stores.

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    Sorry to be a party pooper, but last I heard (worked in a pharmacy) Hylands teething tablets have been recalled by the manufacturer because of it containing belladonna in potentially toxic amounts. Best to give it a miss even if you do manage to find a bottle

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    Quote Originally Posted by raz11 View Post
    Sorry to be a party pooper, but last I heard (worked in a pharmacy) Hylands teething tablets have been recalled by the manufacturer because of it containing belladonna in potentially toxic amounts. Best to give it a miss even if you do manage to find a bottle
    They've been brought back with a new formula.


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