Teething symptoms and advice for new parents

Just when the days of non-stop feeding, colic and ceaseless crying seemed to be behind you; when your baby might be sleeping through the night; when he is starting settle into a regular routine, teething begins.  

Even though teeth very rarely arrive before 3 months, teething symptoms can appear as much as two to three months before that first tiny tooth does. Symptoms and severity vary greatly from one baby to the next, but more often than not teething symptoms cause pain and need relief.

Our survival guide will help identify teething symptoms and advice is given from other parents.