How to Soothe a Teething Baby | Parents

Watch as Parents Magazine shows you how to soothe teething babies! Babies usually start teething between four and 12 months old and continue teething until around their second birthday. Some symptoms of teething include your baby gnawing on everything in sight and tugging on their ear. To help soothe teething babies, you can massage their gums with a clean finger or give them a cool teething ring, washcloth, or semi-frozen banana or bagel. If there’s a change in your baby’s behavior, check with your pediatrician about offering a dose of infant Tylenol.

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