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    Hi mamas my 3 month old is teething and freaking out. What should I do yo help him? I've put teethers in the freezer and have him bite on it and have been using teething powder. Any other suggestions?? Thanks ladies
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    Orajel & teething tablets!
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    Baby orajel is a life saver. Also, along the same lines but Cj preferred it- I put a washcloth in the freezer for about 45 minutes. His ped. also approved tylenol for nights he couldn't sleep due to teething. Luckily that's only been twice.
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    I would not recomend orajel. We use an Amber teething necklace and hyland teething tabs as a back up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeccaCCK View Post
    I would not recomend orajel. We use an Amber teething necklace and hyland teething tabs as a back up.
    those are recalled.
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    Something that worked well with Aiden was wetting a washcloth with cold water and he'd bite and suck on it. He never liked the teething rings and using orajel scares me after I discovered you can apparently od on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caseychick View Post
    Something that worked well with Aiden was wetting a washcloth with cold water and he'd bite and suck on it. He never liked the teething rings and using orajel scares me after I discovered you can apparently od on it.
    Yes you can od on it if you give it to him more then the 4 times a day!
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    They have been recalled along with every other product that we as humans have ever consumed .
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    Omg really they can od off orajel. Thats scary. I bought it but I have not used it. I use humpfrese teething pellets they are working pretty good.
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    Tylenol is great if it is hurting him. Also what I did for my daughter cuz she did not like the teething ring was give her carrots. Put a big carrot in the fridge for a few hours and let him chew on it. He will also get vitimans from the carrot juice.
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