Symptoms of teething include:
- Increased desire to chew on objects
- Excessive drooling
- Excessive salivation
- Mild gum pain
- Mild gum redness
- Mild gum swelling
- Mild gum tenderness
Contrary to popular belief, teething infants are no more likely to have a fever than infants that are not teething.
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