Ladies what were your experiences when your LO cut their first molars.please share your experience
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12-04-2012 09:44 #1
12-04-2012 10:08 #2
I found his molars (10 months) weren't as bad as front two top teeth, they were by far the worst.
He first teethed at four months. I used panadol and if it was really bad nurofen.
Best luck if you have anymore questions feel free to ask x
12-04-2012 10:15 #3Senior Member
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They were the worst ones for my DD (so far - still have 2nd year molars to come through). They took about 1.5-2 weeks each to come through and came one after another so almost 2 months all up. She went off her food and had some funny nappies. No temperature or anything like that though.
12-04-2012 10:52 #4Senior Member
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Hell on earth! Maybe that's a bit sensational but it really has been a bit of a nightmare! 8 started coming all at once and they've been slowing popping through over about 2 months of crappy sleep and constant drooling. The front teeth were bad but the molars have been horrendous!
12-04-2012 10:57 #5
I didn't even know my ds's had come through I just saw them there one day!
He hasn't got his 2.5yr ones yet I'm hoping they come through just as easy!
12-04-2012 11:13 #6Senior Member
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No teething symptoms whatsoever with any of the baby teeth.
With the second teeth my daughter mentioned a couple of times that her tooth or gum was sore. One dose of panadol did the trick, so no dramas here at all.
12-04-2012 12:12 #7
First lot of molars were pretty bad, two year old molars I didn't even know he had cut them till I saw them in his mouth! In hindsight he had been slightly irritable and off his food a bit but nothing major
12-04-2012 12:18 #8
DS has just cut one back molar, and he was just miserable and very clingy for best part of a week, and waking more during the night. I just dosed him with nurofen and bon jela. I don't know if it made any difference, but he accepts both so I figure it can't do any harm. He also liked to chew on a cold washer. Teeth are nothing but trouble really!
12-04-2012 13:09 #9
Ok so i have asked this coz my son 10 months old is having diarrehea like symptoms like runny poo every hour.but he is fine otherwise as he is happy, active n eating absolutely fine. Took him to docs they blame this on teething. The funny part is i cant see any swollen gums or anything jus he is chewing on everthing( which he usually does).
So m in dilemma whether docs are right or is it something else.?
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