Many parents believe that at the tender age of three or four months, when the baby begins drooling, it means they are going to see white pearls emerge. Not so quickly, Drooling is another milestone your small ones are going to accomplish way before they obtain their primary teeth. So do not hang on to your cameras just you because for most kids there would still be several months before they get that initial tooth. As your small one begins drooling, it is general for them to begin placing everything and anything in their small mouths. This process is known as mouthing. This is an exploration level and while it can be truly frustrating as a Mom, it truly is very general growth pattern for the small ones. Most children begin truly mouthing things around age five and six months. This is when teething for most babies begins. So there is so much more to teething than only dropping. Once your babies begin putting everything in their mouths, rubs their gums is cranky and fussy then you have some causes to trust that your child may be teething.
Most pediatricians trust that teething myths are well only “myths.” They do not trust children become irritable or fussy or that they may have any other symptoms. As a dentist, I understand there is no open link between teething and some of these symptoms. Anyway, professionals do show some link between the two. I happen to trust that some children do experience these symptoms and here is the factor why they do.
Ear and Gum rubbing
The pain from teeth and gums can travel to the ear area, so it is not that rare for them to keep pulling their ear and rubbing their gums. Adults get favored ear pain all the time, so it is not difficult to trust that children can get them too. Sometimes kids due to the additional saliva getting stuck in the nose-throat move can end up with an ear problem.
Putting everything in their mouth
This is only your way of trying to soothe the itchy gums. Also it could be that they are only experiencing something special in their mouth and trying to enjoy it bit more.
Largely because as the fast teeth get closer to the surface of the gum. They make discomfort or soreness and cause your kid to be fussy, discomfort and pain is the big source of irritability.
Decreased appetite for hard food
It only may be too painful to eat hard. The additional saliva generally causes infants to feel like they are chocking when they eat food hard. It is difficult for them to manipulate the saliva and the food all at the same time.
Lower grade fever
Truly there is no link between fever and teething. It is commonly agreed though, that some low grade fever is that rare. Any fever over 100 degree should be examined with the Doctor.
Waking up at night
When kids are relaxed and not busy, they realize the discomfort more.