Pediatrician Jeff Miller wants to dispel a couple myths about teething:
Teething doesn't cause a runny nose.
It doesn't cause diarrhea.
It doesn't cause your baby's cheeks to flush.
Just because your baby starts drooling at about 3 months doesn't mean he's teething.
But teething can cause a low-grade fever, and it does make babies uncomfortable and fussy. (Really Fussy)
I didn’t dare show you the 5-6 diapers full of diarrhea!
Tomorrow I’ll try to get a good picture of those cute little teeth poking through!