Many parents mistakenly conclude that if their children get diarrhea, and red cheeks, it means his son is teething. Actually, what is the signs that your child experienced as their teeth grow?
In addition to the view that the white bumps on gums, there are some clues for us to know the baby teeth begin to grow. What are they?
- The little guy so much drooling
- Rash on the face and chin
- And restless sleep less because they feel uncomfortable with his gums
- Her appetite is impaired, because his gums hurt
- Often go hand-to-mouth
- Gums swollen and red
- So often biting.
Teething usually refers to the process of new teeth rising through the gums, and occurs when the child is 6 months old. They are more cranky when they are teething, this happens because of soreness and swelling of the gums before coming through. These symptoms usually begin about 3 to 5 days before their teeth grow.