Unfortunately there is no one size fits all age to know when a baby will start teething! The short and sometimes frustrating answer is, it will vary from baby to baby and unfortunately it is just one of those 'baby' things that you will have to play by ear. Take a look at the below for all the warning signs and some natural remedies that will help ease bubs pain, and yours.
So When Will My Baby Start Teething?
Teething can be uncomfortable, symptoms and signs normally include:
However, this could be a part of baby's normal development, so for sound advice, always seek out your doctor.
Baby's first tooth can start as early as 2 months, but generally speaking it's around the 6 month mark that things will start ramping up and teeth will continue to grow for the next 2-3 years.
Gums and new teeth are sensitive and should be taken care of. There are multiple ways you can help sooth the irritants of the teething process.
If you have any concerns related to your child's tooth health, consult your doctor or dentist.