My little girl’s constantly teething. She cries, dribbles and her face is blotchy. Will it ever stop?
On average, children produce a tooth a month between the ages 6-30 months, though why teething causes symptoms in some babies and not others, is a mystery.
Teething gel, cold teething rings and baby paracetamol can help. And it’s usually all over by the age of 2½ years.