Excessive drooling, red cheeks, irritability, constant gnawing on fingers and toes…. these are all the symptoms of teething and mean your little one is getting ready to sprout those first tiny milk teeth. When it comes to teething, I prefer to reach for natural remedies over medication, and I’ve tried an assortment of different products in the search of something that will help ease the pain of my little one’s...Read More
Signs of Teething in a 3-Month-Old Baby. Most babies cut their first teeth at about six months; only 1 percent cut their first tooth before 4 months. Parents and pediatricians alike often attribute mild transient symptoms such as irritability to teething, even if teeth don't appear for months afterwards. Many babies do have mild symptoms when teething, but parents should rule out other illnesses before blaming potentially serious symptoms such as diarrhea on teething.