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Teething can be one of the most stressful times for you and your baby, and no two babies are the same when it comes to teething which may leave you feeling quite frustrated when talking with your best friend who’s baby is finding teething a breeze. Teething usually starts to kick in around five or six months old and can go on for quite a long time, depending on how quickly your baby’s teeth develop. The first signs of teething are, any changes in their toilet habits, red cheeks, chewing on toys and fingers and experiencing a more irregular sleeping pattern. Once these symptoms are recognised, you are soon to discover that your baby has begun to teeth. Teething does not cause any medical problems, therefore there is no need to visit your GP when your baby is going through this growing period, unless in any unusual cases when you feel that your baby is going through more pain than they should be. Luckily, we have a few tips on how to help your baby through teething, making the time easier for both you and your baby to bare.