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My baby is teething, it looks like is sore and she looks unhappy. What can I do?

Posted anonymously, 18th November 2013

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  • Panadol or Nurofen for babies is a must have. Plus a cream for the guns such as Bonjella. And something cold and hard to chew on helps too

  • Can’t go past Bonjela and Panadol plus a cold teething ring helps.

  • panadol, sophie giarrfe and a cool flannel

  • buy some bonjella and put on their gums

  • Bonjela works better than SM33, and giving her children’s Panadol (or similar). A teething ring also helps, especially if you keep a few in the fridge or freezer as the cold helps with relieving the pain.

  • You can give panadol. Keeping a few teething rings in the fridge for her to chew on so help soothe the gums also.

  • try childrens panadol to help with the pain

  • we use an amber necklace, cold washers, weleda teething powder, hylands teething powder or gel, some dymaden and cool teething toys and abc homeopathic drops from pure force remedies

  • We used bonjella and the soft chew rings that you keep in the fridge, but a couple of my friends have used the amber necklaces and swear by them as well.

  • Hope this has been resolved for you.

  • Have u tried bonjella from chemist?

  • Some good advice there below.

  • Bonjella, baby panadol, rusks, cold, gel teething rings, take her for a pram ride to try and settle her down, cuddle her. Good luck.

  • Frozen fruit in fruit bags and ask at the chemist for different gels etc that they have

  • Bonjella and dymadon – there should be shrines erected to the inventors of these!

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