Question by  aprilmay33 (33)

What is the usual age to start teething?

My baby is 4 months old and I think he is teething but I am not sure if he is too young.


Answer by  Rose (6804)

Most infants will start to teeth between the ages of four and six months of age. If he or she is irretable, running a low grade fever, drooling a good bit and refusing to eat it could very well be teething. Try allowing him or her to suck on something cold.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Usually babies begin to teeth around 6-8 months. But it all depends on when the baby's body is ready to start teething. Some children do teeth at 4 months, although it is not that common.


Answer by  Brittney (1095)

He is not too young. Babies start teething at different times, but most start at around 3 to 4 months old.


Answer by  Kaye (168)

Other parents always say that no baby is too young to begin teething. I have two kids and they both began teething when they were both 5 months old so I think 4 months isn't that early. Some kids begin as early as three months. As a parent, I would rather have my child develop early than late.


Answer by  jane51 (287)

all babies are different but usually ab=round 6 months of age,sometimes as early as three and sometimes much later. Teething age ususlly coorolates with as older siblings start time for eething


Answer by  Mallika (449)

The age to start teeting is 1 year old. But some kids gets teeth soon. The getting of teeth at four months is not a problem. Kids growth varies in different ways. Some parts grow soon and at the sametime very slow. Teeths appear according to vitamins available in their body.

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