My baby just turned four months and already teething. Any advice is helpful.
Try the natural teething gels
Mommy’s bliss infant gripe water helped my two little ones. And if you are breastfeeding boobie pops are amazing
Slice a banana and freeze it, can be soothing for gums when they chew on it
Frozen anything in mesh treat thing and wet washcloth
Some teething gels are for 4 months olds
I put a baby wash cloth in a bowl of cold water, let it sit for a few, squeezed some of the water out and gave the baby wash cloth to my daughter. When the cloth gets warm then just repeat. My daughter would gum on the wash cloth and the cool water helped ease the pain. Best of luck mama!
There are benzocaine free baby orajels in the baby area, like the above said have panadol in them for pain relief. Also tylenol if needed, cold wash cloths, cold teether pops. With my daughter I kept a bunch of soothie binkies in the freezer so when she needed it she’d go to town on it. Also there are popsicle molds, I’ll add the link to the one I used, you can put pedialyte or breastmilk in it and freeze it and it’s a easy popsicle! She loved it Best of luck!
I recommend Nubby teething gel
Amber teething necklace and it works for more than just teething
Hylands teething tablets, punkin butt teething oil
Baltic amber teething necklace!!!
Tie a baby wash cloth in a knot, get it wet, and freeze it
Make baby cereal pops for them to suck on
Amber teething necklace, and at night you can wrap it around there ankle. X
Hylands homeopathic tablets. Absolute life saver
Be careful using things like Orajel. It does help numb but it hardens the gums making it harder to cut the teeth through.
Try teething tubes, a MoonJax, frozen wash cloth, or frozen formula/breast milk in a mesh teether.
Peel and freeze cucumbers. Both my kids loved them and it’s a healthy snack. Just watch so when it defrosts it doesn’t break down and choke
Tylenol, with a lot of baths we did wash rags frozen my daughter loved those my son was a champ with those amber necklaces to they do work
I use raw carrots. Keep them in the fridge. Cut them so they are long enough to hold but not long enough to choke. Thick carrots work best. As long as the babies don’t have teeth yet works great! My daughter loves to gum them to death lol