Teething hints and tips

Take a look below at our helpful hints and tips about teething and how to cope with it. And don’t forget, you can also read articles by our Health Visitor, Tracey Stone – or blog posts from our guest bloggers.

Simple teething tips

Knowing teething’s symptoms can help you to better soothe your baby - but it’s equally important to know which symptoms could indicate something more troubling. This handy guide makes spotting the difference that little bit easier.

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Which tooth next?

Building your breastfeeding relationship with your baby perhaps took a few weeks from the day you welcomed them into your world. This may have been stress free, or distressing with tears and toe curling nipple pain.

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Prepare for teething

Knowing teething’s symptoms can help you to better soothe your baby - but it’s equally important to know which symptoms could indicate something more troubling. This handy guide makes spotting the difference that little bit easier.

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Is it teething or is it trouble?

Knowing teething’s symptoms can help you to better soothe your baby - but it’s equally important to know which symptoms could indicate something more troubling. This handy guide makes spotting the difference that little bit easier.

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Teething changes everything

Most babies begin to teethe from around four to six months old. The symptoms of teething, whilst generally harmless, can cause discomfort and stress for parents and unhappy babies. Here’s a helpful guide to the big changes you can expect.

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