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Baby is teething


Baby is grumpy, crying, waking up at night, restless… If you look in their mouth: the gum is red and painful. This is normal: a tooth is coming through.
> The age at which the first tooth appears varies greatly but it is around six months on average. Some babies do not start teething until 8 months or older.
Generally, the first teeth to emerge are the middle ones, followed gradually by all the other milk teeth towards each end of the jaw. They will fall out to make way for the permanent teeth at the age of five or six.
> To soothe them when teething, you can give them items designed for them to put in their mouth and chew on, such as special teething rings. You can also apply a homeopathic gel to their gums, which will help to soothe them.
Items you intend to give them to chew on can be placed in the fridge, after being carefully washed: the cold will relieve pain.





Breast milk is the ideal nutrition for your baby. It naturally contains everything your baby needs to grow.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends feeding your baby exclusively with breast milk up to the age of 6 months. France Lait Laboratory supports this recommendation & therefore prohibits all communication on infant formulas (0-6 months).