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2012-05-03
Name: Rahul Pareek Hi... I have a baby daughter she is 8 month old.. from last two days she is crying....as because her teeth is coming... do u suggest Dr Brandy ...so that she can have a sound sleep
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2016-03-23
#1
Name: riya sharma
Subject:  RE:SUGGESTION REQUIRED
Teething is always troublesome. In case she develops a fever and passes loose stools, consult a doc for some medications. Else, give her a teethe and be prepared to face her crankiness :)
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2013-10-01
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Name: Sumitra Pant
Subject:  Great idea
My daughter used to cry a lot while she was teething. Teethers were hard for her and seldom provided comfort. Then I hit upon an idea. I took a clean, soft washcloth, soak it in apple juice, and wring it out and placed it in the freezer until it is ' frozen' . It will not freeze hard like water does, but will be much softer. Then I gave it to my daughter and she was happy sucking it .
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2016-02-27
#3
Name: manva
Subject:  RE:Great idea
yes it is a brilliant idea to do so. dr brandy is just rediculous i think. its like giving drug to the child.
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2013-10-01
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Name: Vidhi Saluja
Subject:  Great ideas
i liked your idea very much. It is simply great. I used to give cold veggies to my son when he was teething. So he chewed on cold vegetables. cold carrots and celery sticks were great for this purpose. Even frozen fruits also worked like frozen apples and bananas.
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2013-10-01
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Name: Shamim Ansari
Subject:  Teething probs
Your suggestion is ridiculous. You should give her a teether, the soft chewable type. It will her relieve pain. You can store the teether in freezer for some time and then give it to your daughter. It works wonders.
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2016-02-27
#6
Name: manisha
Subject:  RE:Teething probs
yes dr brandy is not the solution. should give her teether or chewable things so she can relive her pain.
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