Banish teething pain

By | April 24, 2012 | Health & Wellness

Banish teething pain
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Did you know that cutting a tooth should be as painless as growing a fingernail? So why isn’t it? Every time your baby feeds, the milk or formula leaves a residue of plaque on his gums. When plaque accumulates on your baby’s gums, it causes them to swell. Thus, when the teeth start to poke through this inflamed area, it hurts.

By simply rubbing your baby’s gums after every feed you can prevent teething pain down the road. Wet a piece of gauze, a paper towel or a washcloth and rub it on your baby’s gums after every feed. Not only will this clean his gums, but it will get him used to the brushing sensation and more amenable to brushing his teeth later on. And of course, it will eliminate any teething pain he might have.

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Danielle Hughes

Danielle Hughes has been writing since the womb. Always one with a flair for the written word, she made her stamp at the age of 12 winning a stuffed E.T. doll from a local writing competition. She has written for too many companies to name but you can check out her site if you really care (daniellezhughes.com). Currently, she's proud to be the Contributing Editor and Chief Word Navigator for the Momiverse. A mom of a 6 year old boy, Danielle resides in New York City, where she plays tennis and posts on Facebook about her hilarious dating trials and tribulations.

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