What month do babies start teething

When does teething begin? Teething can start pretty early, around 3 months is the most common time for babies to start signs of teething. Drooling, gnawing on hands, your baby may refuse to nurse or eat. Also waking up at night and day time fussiness.
Although your baby's first tooth can appear anywhere between 3 and 12 months, sometime in the seventh month is the average time of arrival.
My daughter started showing signs around 3 months, she might be getting her first tooth soon on bottom.

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    Hayden was my earliest teether, getting her first 2 teeth just before she turned 4 months. The other two got their first teeth around 6 months. Every baby is different!
      8Theresa Gould
      Sounds about right. Our oldest got teeth the earliest and started losing them sooner than the rest....she's always been one to do things ahead of schedule though.
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