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|Does breast milk or teething cause a runny stomach?NEW!|
|My son refused to take his bottle for 6 days while he was teething with his 1st tooth. Once his tooth broke through his gums, he resumed feeding from his bottle. Now 2 weeks later, he is refusing the bottle again, and I am pretty sure I see another whitecap under his gum next to the tooth that erupted. Is it common for a 9 month old to refuse a bottle just because of teething? He has no problem with his solids or even sucking on his pacifier.|
|My son is 10 months old and he has 6 teeth I was wondering should I start brushing his teeth and if so how many times a day?|
|My son is 10 months old for the past week he has been going through the worst of cutting his two top teeth. For a few days he barely drank 16 oz. and refused his bottle. As long as he drinks from his cup he gets at least 16-24oz of formula along with solids and juice. Is it okay for him to be weaned to a cup this young assuming he still refuses the bottle after these teeth come in? Will it affect the development of his teeth?|
|My grandson is getting his first teeth. They are coming in yellow and appear to have pitting or holes in them. Is this serious, and what could be the cause?|
|My breastfed baby is 7 1/2 months old and happily eats some solids too. There are no signs of teething and I'm wondering if she lacks sufficient calcium. I also noticed she has very soft nails and now am worried if her bones are developing alright and not getting softer gradually, though, I haven't seen any particular sign that shows a problem with her limbs or motor development. I just think, increasing her calcium intake will help, that’s all. Is it ok to consider that and what foods are enriched with calcium, suitable for babies this age?|