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Question by  Tbaby (38)

What are the symptoms of teething?

My baby is really fussy and I don't know why.


Answer by  justaskforbrandy (553)

The symptoms of a teething baby can differ from one infant to another. Some universal signs of teething are bulging gums (where you can see the outline of teeth inside the gums), drooling, fussiness/being extra cranky, night waking, and biting. Your baby could also develop a drool rash, diarrhea, a cough from the abundance of saliva, and a fever.


Answer by  juanita57 (1374)

Symptoms of teething is being fussy and ill. They also chew on everything, and nose runs sometimes. Swollen gums are also present.


Answer by  Ali41 (1593)

Your baby may drool more than usual or have a low-grade fever (under 100 degrees F). Extra fussiness is not uncommon.


Answer by  Barry37 (21)

The symptoms of teething may include fussiness, mild fever, diarrhea and irritability. Your child's gums may also be swollen. Try some teething tabs and some tylenol or motrin to make him or her more comfortable.

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