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my 10 month old son is teething. what is the best to help him?

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    Default my 10 month old son is teething. what is the best to help him?

    Baby Tylenol or Baby Motrin and a cold wash cloth to chew on.If your in pain, you would take something, why let your little one suffer?

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    teething toys and baby advil to help with a fever or pain

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    Default my 10 month old son is teething. what is the best to help him?

    You ain't getting much sleep are ya?! ;-)Rub his gums with baby orajel (use your finger). Let him chew on his pacifier or any large, soft toy he has. And, hang in there, it doesn't last forever.

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    A teething ring but make sure it is not too soft or hard..and large enough so he doesnt swallow it. BEST OF LUCK!

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    Wash your hands and put a little Baby Oragel on his little gums. You can also get a teething toy that you put in the fridge and let it get cold and he can chew on it.

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    There are teething ring/toys out there with liquid in them. Put them in the freezer then give them to him. Very soothing.

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    Get him a large piece of Amber to practice his teeth.And if he's really really crying you def ask the doc for a tube of his special salve.

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    Default my 10 month old son is teething. what is the best to help him?

    They have teething toys you can put in the fridge so the baby can chew on something cold to help with the pain. There are also teething gels you can buy at the drug store that really help too.

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    Default my 10 month old son is teething. what is the best to help him?

    If he is not sleeping well at night give him a little Tylenol - during the day I would try those little teethers that you put in the frig. They seemed to help my son alot.

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    Here's a few things I used for my daughter.Frozen peach's half's. And a frozen wash cloth, and string cheese. She loved these.I hope this helps.

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