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I haven't used it yet but I have friends from both sides that say it works well and that it doesn't work at all. As for me, I don't think I'll be trying it. The cold cloth and the orajel seems to be working for the time being. I guess it all depends on the baby if it will work or not.
I know this wasn't very informative, sorry! Just thought I would give you my two cents.
^^ thanks!! I have used orajel on several of my babies with zero side effects and it does work well also with Tylenol. I just not to use the pain med unless things are really bad for baby or with fever.
We have one on all three of our kids actually. With our daughter it didn't eliminate teething symptoms - when she got teeth she'd get a fever and be very out of sorts, but we did keep it on her anyway. With our second child (son) if we had it and his hazelwood on he was happy and drool free, if we took it off his mouth was like a faucet. With Lachlan he drools like crazy, and chews like a pitbull - but he's happy as a clam. I really think each child is different - just like every person responds to pain killers differently - my daughter could drink a bottle of Tylenol/Advil and nothing, Bennett takes a dose and is passed out in minutes. I always figured even if it doesn't completely eliminate all symptoms, if it even helps with one than it isn't hurting anything - and I think they are super cute