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Medications for Teething Syndrome

Other names: Teething Pain

Teething syndrome is the group of symptoms that usually occur together when an infant’s deciduous teeth (baby teeth) start to emerge through the gums. Deciduous teeth start erupting from the gums when the baby is around six months old and continues until about two and a half years old when they will have a full set of twenty teeth. The range and severity of teething symptoms varies from mild symptoms with one symptom that may hardly be noticeable, to severe symptoms that are painful and last longer. Signs of teething include chewing, sucking or biting on objects, having red and swollen gums, being irritable, excessive drooling and sometimes trouble sleeping.

Note: There are currently no drugs listed for "Teething Syndrome".

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