Teething is a process where the baby's tooth starts erupting. It often starts from 6 months and completes at 24 months of age. The symptoms of teething are irritability, tender and swollen gums, and excessive drooling. A teething baby is soothed by placing a cold pacifier or refrigerated teething toy in their mouth.
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