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** How to Know If a Baby is Teething **

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Know If a Baby is Teething

When your baby begins to grow teeth, a process also known as teething, they
may display signs of crying, drooling, bulging gums, and in some cases,
will refuse to eat. Although not all babies display the same symptoms when
teething, there are many ways you can examine your baby to determine if
they are legitimately teething. Continue reading this article to learn
about the many different ways you can tell your baby is teething.

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*Examine your baby for signs of excessive drool*. Teething will cause your
baby to drool consistently as early as 10 weeks of age.
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· Check your baby's bibs and upper clothing for wetness caused by drool.
· Examine your baby's chin and the area surrounding their mouth to
determine if drool is causing them to develop a rash or chapped skin.
· In some cases, drool can trigger your baby's gag reflex or cause them to
cough due to the pooling of drool in their mouth and throat.

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*Examine the inside of your baby's mouth for bulging gums*. When babies
begin teething, the outlines of their teeth will become visible near their
gum line. In most cases, the bottom front teeth will be the


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