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March 27th, 2013, 01:08 PM
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Is it possible already?! Parker is 3 months old on Saturday and I am 95% sure he is starting to teeth already! He has all of the symptoms - low grade fever, flushed cheeks, hates his paci all the sudden, trouble eating yet putting his fists and MY hands in his mouth all the time. He has been ultra cranky today so that led me to believe something was going on because he is NEVER like that. Once I figured out the fever and put the clues together, everything points to teething. I thought maybe he had a cold but no stuffy/runny nose, no coughing, no sneezing, no excessive throwing up. Does this make sense?! I can't believe it if he is actually teething at 3 months old!
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March 27th, 2013, 02:45 PM
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Wow, that would be early! However, I have heard of babies starting to show signs at 3-4 months, so it's not unheard of!
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March 27th, 2013, 03:59 PM
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Well DH just talked to his mom and apparently him and his brothers all cut teeth super early. Him and his youngest brother cut a tooth at 3 months and his middle brother cut his at 1 month!! So it seems Parker is following in those footsteps. It's been a super long day today the poor lil guy.
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March 29th, 2013, 08:52 AM
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My LO ha been showing signs as well and he is just a little over 2 months now! Yesterday was the first day that we could tell that his gums were bothering him. His daddy cut 4 teeth at a time at around 3 months old!! So our son is following his daddy as well! I think its going to be worse on me because i cant stand seeing him in pain or uncomfortable ans upset!!
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March 29th, 2013, 01:54 PM
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YES!!!!! Latham has all these symptoms and I immediately thought he was sick or something else was up He is a drooling machine and is gnawing at his hands constantly. He has never liked his paci but seems to enjoy gumming it! HAHA.
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March 29th, 2013, 02:45 PM
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I'm not sure if Marshall is or not but he's also constantly chewing on his hands and the past couple days he's started screaming and nothing will soothe him so I tried orajel yesterday and Idk if it was a concidence or not but he stopped within 30sec of me putting it on his gums. But he's not constantly like that so idk.

I know it's possible to teeth early though, my nephew had his two bottom teeth through at 4months and DH's two cousins had two teeth by 3 months! Sawyer didn't teeth or get a tooth until 7months but every baby is different
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April 5th, 2013, 11:17 PM
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Is it possible already?! Parker is 3 months old on Saturday and I am 95% sure he is starting to teeth already! He has all of the symptoms - low grade fever, flushed cheeks, hates his paci all the sudden, trouble eating yet putting his fists and MY hands in his mouth all the time. He has been ultra cranky today so that led me to believe something was going on because he is NEVER like that. Once I figured out the fever and put the clues together, everything points to teething. I thought maybe he had a cold but no stuffy/runny nose, no coughing, no sneezing, no excessive throwing up. Does this make sense?! I can't believe it if he is actually teething at 3 months old!
David started teething before he turned 3 mos. We're having a heck of a time keeping him comfy. My best advice...FREEZE BINKIES! We do that because he isn't old enough to use those big teething rings they have and the other crap that's made in China isn't safe. So we have started using that and the Orajel swabs. It doesn't give him too much medication and he is comfy. Good luck! Looks like we've got some early birds.
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