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Teething Pacifiers

Teething is an important milestone in your baby's life. However, it can also be one of the most difficult periods of infancy for both you and your little one. The discomfort that occurs as teeth emerge from the gums can cause even the happiest babies to become fussy and difficult to soothe. The good news is that there are products to help ease the pain. At Walgreens, we can help you find the ideal solution with teething pacifier products.

What Are the Symptoms of Teething?

Babies can't tell you what's bothering them. This can make it difficult to know when your little one has started to teethe. You can look out for some telltale symptoms that could signal that the process has begun. Babies often begin putting their fingers and foreign objects into their mouths when they start to teethe. An increase in drool is another common sign of teething.

Other symptoms like fussiness, difficulty sleeping, restlessness and decreased appetite can accompany teething. However, these symptoms can also indicate illnesses and other problems. If you're unsure whether or not teething is responsible for baby's change in behaviors, it's important to consult your child's pediatrician for answers.

Uniquely Designed Pacifiers for Teething

A traditional teething pacifier is a specially designed infant pacifier that helps to reduce teething pain. With a teething pacifier, your child can experience all of the benefits of using a traditional pacifier. Many babies use sucking as a way to soothe themselves. Pacifiers provide a safe outlet for this strong urge to suck. Pacifiers can also serve as a distraction and help lull little ones to sleep at night.

A pacifier teether typically features unique shapes and textures on the area where babies suck. Their special designs help to massage the gums, which can provide relief from pain. Some traditional teething pacifiers can even be placed in the fridge. These models help to numb the gums to further reduce discomfort.

Other Toys for Soothing Teething Discomfort

Some parents refer to all types of teething toys as teething pacifiers because they help to pacify or soothe little ones experiencing teething pain. You can find a wide variety of teething toys, including rings and hand-held toys. Each baby will have his or her own preference when it comes to teething toys. As a result, it is often a good idea to purchase a few different types and offer them all to your baby in order to discover what works the best for him or her.