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Extremely swollen canine gums in teething toddler

Son 16 months old has been teething for nearly a month now but no sign of the teeth coming out. He seems to be getting his canines on both sides both gums are swollen but right side is extremely swollen and huge. It is red in color and the top looks as if it is bleeding but its not. He always has difficulty while teething and it takes a long time for his teeth to come out.
I initially gave him belladonna 30 once in the morning for 3 days. The swelling improved but now it has come back and much higher than it was initially. Very cranky and sensitive since he started teething although he is naturally calm.
Any help would be appreciated.

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  nani15 on 2020-08-03
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Calc Phos 6x,Silicea 6x And Calc Flour 6x,one tab of each four times a day.

Feedback every 4 days.
 
anuj srivastava last month
Thank you so much for the recommendation. I have been giving my son the the above mentioned remedies for 3 days now. The inflammation is going down and there is overall improvement but since two days the inflamed skin looks as if it is ripped. I have a picture attached please see it. I talked to his pediatrician and he said there was nothing to worry about its just teething but I am a bit worried.

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nani15 last month
Common teething issue.

Continue the remedies for a week and give a feedback.

Calc Phos be continued till teething is there.
 
anuj srivastava last month

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