I bought one locally and I ordered one online from balticessentials.com
@Sarah can you share what brand of amber necklaces you use?
I’m a firm believer of this!! My LO had cold like systems every time a tooth broke through!! And same with my 2 older kids. Coincidence? I think not lol
I have next to no faith in the U.S. medical industry.. all 4 of my kids had raised body temperature and runny noses with all of their teething until I started using amber necklaces for reducing teething inflamation.. obviously I'm the idiot.. 🤷♀️ yes, I've been told it's unrelated and I've been told that the necklaces don't work and are a choking hazard but my experience is the proof for us.
I’m so glad I’m not the only one then! She had a “cold” a month ago and was cutting 3 teeth. Now we’re here again. And this is like the 3rd time that it’s happening all at once. I’m like no way it’s coincidence.
The runny nose!!
My daughter always gets a warmer temperature or a mild fever when teething. Happens every time and she will be 15 months soon with 12 teeth (and 2 more coming in!)
My daughter was the same last week... Cutting a molar. She had a fever of 102/103. I took her to the doctor, and basically, I was told that because they are putting everything in their mouths/especially their fingers, they pick up little viruses. She also said that it's possible for body temperature to raise up to 100.4, but if it's over that it's a virus.
Absolutely! This happened to us in December when my little guy was cutting six teeth at once. He had a fever and all the signs of a cold…runny nose, extra sleepy, etc. Our pediatrician said it was just due to teething and that’s all it was. Now he’s working on molar and has been spiking a low grade fever a few evenings this week but totally normal.
Okay so I’ve heard this too and I thought I was crazy! Little guy is 14 months and only has 1 tooth but he was “sick” when he was cutting it! He NEVER has a runny nose but now he’s cutting like 4 teeth and has been having a runny nose and other cold symptoms! So I think there’s a correlation it’s just probably not medically proven!
@Sarah thank you!