At the age of about six months, an infant starts teething and continues so to around the age of 2. Two bottom front incisors will start showing up followed by two top incisors, as a commonly seen aspect of teething. What you should be aware of however is that, in most cases, teething will keep you and your baby at your toes. Teething takes about three to four days; it should not go beyond a week. Once the tooth appears, the symptoms decrease. During this time, your child will experience some discomfort. Here are some of the signs and symptoms of teething which you should be on the lookout for. Chewing on objectsCrankinessExcessive droolingTender or sore gumsIncrease in temperatureDecreased appetite…

Join our mailing list

Holler Box
× Share your Story