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Teething

What is teething?
Teething is the process during which an infant's teeth start to sequentially grow in. Teething can start as early as three months or as late, in some cases, as twelve months
The typical time for new teeth to appear is somewhere between six and nine months.

What are the symptoms of teething?
Poor mood
Loss of appetite
Chewing of objects
Bruises/swelling in gums
Excess salivation
Sometimes slight rise in temperature & diarrhea may occur.
Usually the pain with teething comes and goes and may seem to ease after several minutes

How to treat teething?
The infant's gums feel better when gentle pressure is placed on the gums
Cold objects may help reduce the inflammation

Treatment by medication:
local treatment by using Jogel directly on gum
For apply the gel ½ cm not more on the affected area of the gum or mucous membrane of the mouth and gently rub the affected area.

Systemic use:
Acetaminophen, Ibuprofen suspension are used to reduce pain and treat fever.

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