How many months are the first teeth cut and in what order
During the first months of your life, your baby smiled a toothless smile. And suddenly a small whitish bulge becomes visible on the gum. This means that the teeth begin to be cut at the child, first the first, and two or three weeks later the next one will follow. (By the age of three the baby will get all the milk teeth.)
The onset of the very moment when the child begins to be cut first teeth, depends on several factors:
- Feeding baby. A sufficient amount of calcium enters a small organism.
- Climatic living conditions. In children living in hot climates, teeth erupt earlier.
- The sex of the child. At girls teeth are cut earlier, than at boys (between 6 and 7 month) .
In what teeth are cut first, pediatricians are unanimous; these are lower incisors. Though there are cases, that first of all other teeth are pricked, and in it there is nothing terrible, after all each organism is absolutely individual.
A common question is how to know / see / understand that a child’s teeth are chopped; this is a rhetorical question. On the state and behavior of the baby everything will be immediately visible:
- there is redness and swelling of the gums, they itch and hurt;
- increased salivation;
- there is an acidic odor from the mouth, caused by the decomposition of particles of the mucosa;
- swollen cheeks;
- the child pulls everything in the mouth and scratches the gum;
- there is irritability and tearfulness.
Sometimes there are more anxious symptoms, because the immunity of the child at this point is reduced. The immune defenses mother gave me, the kid has already used, and her own immunity is just beginning to be developed. Teething ; a strong blow to the body and can be accompanied by the following manifestations:
- a rash on the gums in the form of red vesicles that contain fluid, after the appearance of the tooth, the rash disappears;
- the temperature increase caused by inflammation of the gums should not last more than three days;
- diarrhea is due to the presence of foreign objects in the child’s mouth;
- lack of appetite is caused by painful sensations of the gums;
- deterioration of sleep;
- runny nose.