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Okay, so I know those with younger babies might not have an answer for this one yet. Just curious if those with teeth seemed to have a harder time with the reflux when the teeth were coming in?
Connor is a weird baby! He has 4 teeth, all of which popped through in about 2˝ weeks time with NO symptoms whatsoever. I'm sooooo not complaining, but that wasn't how I expected it to be at all. Teething is supposed to aggravate reflux and, of course, most babies are cranky when they're teething - but if he doesn't know then I'm not telling him.
Ohhhhh yeah. It's funny, because he doesn't have the usual symptoms of teething, he really acts no different. But when his two teeth cut a few months ago, it really affected his reflux big time, I guess from all the extra spit they swallow. I hope he is better this time.