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Teething (may be) 4 month old

Hi, My daughter is four months old and already got two bottom teeth when she was 3 months. Earlier we have not given her any medicine as she did not have any problem. But looks like this time it is a little tough on her. Current symptoms are: drooling, puts her fist/fingers in her mouth, greenish diarrhea (loose stools 5-6 times in a day with brown mucus and twice in 4 days a slight reddish tinge is seen in mucus),restless sleep (not sleeping for more than 1 hr at a stretch), major gastric trouble, low appetite.
She is exclusively on breast milk. Currently, I am giving BC21 but no result.
Please someone suggest what should be given
  manuag on 2011-02-12
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Please give her chamomilla 30c one pill or drop as a dose. You can give her upto three doses. Report after a week.
maheeru 8 years ago
Hi, Thanks for your help. It helped her. One more question: generally people say that calc phos 6x should be given whenever teething starts. Is it necessary to give it and how many times it should be given.
manuag 8 years ago

Not essential. But in most cases calc. phos. 3x or 6x does help teething infants by supplementing calcium.

2 pills twice daily for a couple of weeks will be fine. whenever you notice a set of teeth developing, you can repeat it.

However if specific issues are there in a teething child, a remedy will be needed.
maheeru 8 years ago

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