The first teeth in infants – problems and solutions
Do not have time to recover from parents after problems with the tummy because of colic, as there is a new test – the first teeth. The first teeth in infants appear on average between 4 and 8 months of life. Let’s talk about what problems parents face when erupting the first teeth in infants.
By itself, the process of teething in most babies is difficult. Children become capricious, eat poorly and restlessly sleep. This is due to the processes occurring in the gum at the time of eruption. The gums are itchy, swollen, soreness appears, and in some cases bleeding. Moreover, swelling and tenderness can spread to closely located areas.
Temperature and intestinal disorders with teething
During the eruption of teeth, there may be an increase in body temperature, but it rarely exceeds 38.5 degrees and lasts no more than a day. Many pediatricians do not attribute a rise in body temperature to signs of teething, but consider it a symptom of an infectious disease. During the appearance of the first teeth in children, immunity decreases and it is more susceptible to faster infection with ARVI and other infectious diseases. Therefore, if the child’s body temperature is above 38.5 degrees, does not subside within a day, or if there are other symptoms, you should consult your doctor.
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