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I have had 3 babies in just over 2 years, twin boys that were 2 in february and a baby who was one earlier this month.
All 3 have had different teeth appear 1st.
One twin had bottom two 1st, the other twin had top two 1st and baby girl had fangs 1st.
I always thought it was bottom teeth first
13/03/2013 at 21:14
my lil boy has got his bottom 2 teeth but want to ask a question is it normal for babys to have a runny nose when teething also his eyes are a bit teary as well with a cough i thought it might be cause of all the drooling he is doing?
27/03/2013 at 20:40
my bay 2 middle scissor teeth come out first and then the upper two latteral scissor comeout next.I confused how this happened because Iwas expected the 2 middle scissor bofore that.
03/05/2013 at 20:54
All babies are different I guess,my eldest daughter was born with two bottom teeth!! My six week old looks like she may be getting her top two! Must be an inherited thing because i got first tooth at two weeks old apparently!
07/05/2013 at 00:52
I don't think that it is something to be worried about, but I am pretty sure the bottom teeth usually come in first. If it becomes a problem, then I would go see a doctor. I think that he should be a fine happy baby though. Good luck!
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09/10/2013 at 00:53
My son has just got his first tooth, at the bottom. He's finding teething quite difficult.
16/04/2015 at 19:31
please please help.. Is this normal. Yes, my son is teething, I can see his top two teeth coming in and his bottom two, also two more bottoms ones, I know that's normal. But.... My 4 month old baby has cut one of his back teeth, not his very back ones, but I say his near the back. I can see and FEEL the tooth. Has anyone else had this or should I be worried? Thank-you in advance for replying ????
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