Homeopathy for Teething
for Infants, Toddlers, Children
Homeopathic remedies will rapidly help with the pains
of teething in infants and children.
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If teething is very painful, and the baby seems agitated or fearful. The baby’s face may be flushed, the gums may look
inflamed, and sleep can be very restless.
Intense inflammation and gum pain, with flushing of the face and a feeling of
heat, often indicate a need for this remedy. The baby is restless, easily
startled, and may tend to cry out during sleep.
If teething is late to begin, then slow and difficult. The baby may seem sad or anxious with the pain, making chewing motions
and pressing his gums together, often even while sleeping. Babies who need this
remedy are usually chubby, slow to learn to crawl or walk, and their heads often
sweat during naps or sleep at night.
Teeth are late to come in, with
aching in the gums and trouble sleeping. Irritability, picky eating habits, and
stomachaches are other indications. A child who needs this remedy often is
allergic to many foods and may tend toward early tooth decay.
Child seems extremely irritable or angry
and the pain appears to be unbearable. Babies may feel agitated, scream and hit,
and want to be rocked or carried constantly to distract them from the pain. The
gums may be so tender that touching them is intolerable — or they may feel
better from hard pressure and biting down on something cold. Greenish diarrhea
that occurs because of teething stress.
Use when a child seems excitable and has trouble sleeping
because of teething pain. Distressing pain in the gums often is relieved by
holding something cold on them.
Use when the child seems very emotional, upset, or sad because of teething. The baby’s sleep may be light and restless, with jerking or
twitching in the arms and legs.
use if the child has irritating saliva and severe
discomfort during teething. Teeth that decay soon after coming in often indicate
For painful teething, relieved by pressing on the
painful area and by heat. The baby may seem happier when drinking something warm
from a cup or bottle, or when biting down on an object. A warm washcloth or hot
water bottle held against the cheek may also help relieve the pain.
Use if the baby with teething pain constantly presses his
or her gums together very hard, or tries to bite down on anything in reach.
Use for a baby
who is very tearful during teething and wants to be constantly held and
comforted may respond to this remedy. Biting on something cold may help and
warmth increases discomfort. Cool food and drinks or being out in open air also
Slow, difficult teething that makes the baby tired and nervous.
Children who need Silica often have fine hair and seem a
little delicate, with low resistance to colds or other illnesses.
Use if there is a
reddish irritation or rash develops on the
baby’s chin or diaper area during teething episodes. Diarrhea (often whitish)
may occur because of stress. The baby is irritable and anxious, feeling worse
from being warm.