Teething occurs when baby is between 6 and 12 months old. Symptoms vary with some children crying more or drooling.
– Chewing on hard items, irritability and sore gums are normal symptoms of teething.
– Vomiting, fever, diarrhea are not associated with teething.
– Vomiting is not a typical sign of teething; is it lasts for 12 hours or is accompanied by a temperature it’s advisable to seek medical advice.
A dentist can advise on alleviating painful teething symptoms. Call a doctor if vomiting persists or is accompanied by other signs of illness.