I am starting to get really stressed out now. Lucas is teething really bad he jsut keeps crying. I have tried bonjela and it just doesnt seem to be working. He is aving restless nights to. He wont always take his bottle cus his gums hurt.
I am at my wits end. I am tired and frustrated. Can anyone tell me whats the best teething product so i can go get some please? And would capol help to
Hey, I'm a pharmacy dispenser and get asked this a lot, lol! Ibuprofen is good to reduce the inflammation of swollen gums, you can give both this and calpol providing you give the calpol dose, then wait 2 hours before giving the ibuprofen, then wait another two hours before giving any more calpol, and so on, up to no more than 4 doses of each in 24 hours. Some people swear by ashtons & parsons teething powders,though they're not that easy to get into a wriggly baby! We have a sophie the giraffe and she's proving very popular, especially as bubs is cutting 4 teeth at once!! Not drunk any milk at all today, so I know how you feel, especially when you've got a bigger one to chase after too!
Baby Orajel. Buy it online at drugstoredotcom. The shipping was alittle steep but I bought three tubes and they lasted. Leah really struggled with teething, she used to stand in her cot screaming in the middle of the night. It is brilliant stuff.
Also, homeopathic powder. Boots do a cheap one.
Anbesol is great, it numbs the gum and because it's a liquid it stays on the gum where you put it rather than sliding about/coming back out on your finger like I found the gels did. my LO has 16 teeth now and I don't think we could've got through it without Anbesol (and nurofen and calpol!!)
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