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2 year old, teething problems, swollen gums, fever, tooth poking into gums. Treatment options?

hi, my concern is for my 2 yr old son, he s getting 3yrs old in feb. 2013. i m having a problem giving him food lately but little did i know, either he is teething (molar) poking and i also notice that gummy in the back is also swollen both side. is this normal? btw, he was having temperature 3days ago, around 38deg, thanks in advance.
Asked On : Wed, 3 Oct 2012
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Thank you for your query.

It is very common for children to go off food or reduce their intake following an infection like the one in your son's case. Offer him food that he likes and you will soon see that he should be his normal self,

Teething is a constant process and children like to bite at hard things while the teeth are coming out. There is nothing to worry on this count.

I hope I have responded to your query to your satisfaction. Feel free to revert back if you need to share any other information or need any clarifications.

Wishing your son all the best.


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