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amber teething necklace

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hi has anyone any experience of using these with thier child, my daughters teething and ive tried all the other stuff bonjela etc but it doesnt seem to make a difference she still constantly got her h… Read More
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
hi has anyone any experience of using these with thier child, my daughters teething and ive tried all the other stuff bonjela etc but it doesnt seem to make a difference she still constantly got her hands in mouth and cries, i feel sorry for her. ive heard these necklaces are meant to be good but dont want to waste £10 on them if they dont really work, thanks for any advice.
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
you have my sympathies, nothing worse than teething pain, i haven`t used those necklaces but i used Anbesol liquid, it was a godsend as the gums absorb it and unlike bonjela it can be used every half hour or so, good luck
#3
We used one for a while as our childminder swore by them - we noticed no difference and decided to stick to hardcore drugs instead.

If you want it, I will send it to you if you cover postage and packing - PM me.
#4
Teething granules worked for my eldest, perhaps give them a try. Here is link that also mentions First Years teething beads.

You might be able to get the granules cheaper as I think Boots might do their own brand of granules now.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Teetha-Nelsons-Natural-Teething-granules/dp/B0018BPYEW

Good luck:thumbsup:

Oh and the Bickiepegs are good for chomping on too, something they can do to relieve the pain themselves (it is a hard biscuit with a ribbon that you can attach to their clothing so baby can grab and teethe on).
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Oh and the Bickiepegs are good for chomping on too, something they can do to relieve the pain themselves (it is a hard biscuit with a ribbon that you can attach to their clothing so baby can grab and teethe on).

+1:thumbsup:

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