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Teething is a key stage in a baby's development and begins anywhere between the age of three and 12 months, continuing until sometime between their second and third birthday.
It's common for teething to cause little one's some discomfort as their first teeth come in, and because they're not able to verbally communicate how they're feeling in the early stages, it can be hard to know how to soothe their painful gums.
Don't worry, teething isn't a constant process, and each tooth or pair of teeth should only cause your baby pain for just over a week. Five days ahead of an appearance - 'eruption day' - and three days afterwards.
We know that no parent likes to see their little one in pain. Luckily, there are things you can do to ease their discomfort. We've got some handy tips to help you both through the tricky times that teething can bring.
Remember, different soothing techniques will work for each baby, so don't lose heart if it takes some time to find one that's right for your little one.
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