New Era Teething tablets?

Has anyone tried them? Are they any good?

Kitty is teething and as she's only 3 months I'm limited to what can offer to ease the pain.

If anyone else has any tips or suggestions please share! : ) x
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By: lschofield
Member since Aug 17, 2010
Posted: on Aug 28, 2011
Ashton parsons teething powder. All natural products, really easy to administrate and I think it works wonders.
xx
By: georgie05
Member since Oct 17, 2010
Posted: on Aug 28, 2011
I remember trying that with dd1 and not thinking it worked . Everyone I speak to though swears by it so I'll give if another try! Thank you x
By: lilysue
Member since Sep 30, 2010
Posted: on Aug 29, 2011
I'm using a homeopathic powder called Teetha, bought it from the pharmacist. They come in one dose sachets so dead easy to give or throw in your bag when you're off out. They really seem to help Lotte with the discomfort and she sleeps better too if she has them near bedtime, positive side effect!
By: georgie05
Member since Oct 17, 2010
Posted: on Sep 01, 2011
Thanks for this, I'll be out first thing to find them! x
By: katyandbump
Member since Nov 25, 2010
Posted: on Sep 02, 2011
I'll be out to get them today too! Am currently using Ashton and parsons and dentinox gel along with calpol when she's really bad but will try these to see if they have a better affect! Poor bubs has has all her teeth move to the surface at once as you can now see every tooth under the gum and has about 4 pressing up to cut through, hopefully it'll all be over quickly though x
By: atlantis
Member since Aug 13, 2010
Posted: on Sep 02, 2011
I've done a search online and people in other forums swear by these too. Will gave to get dome today Florrie is suffering bless her.

Thanks for introducing the idea.

Jx
By: ser31
Member since Oct 19, 2010
Posted: on Sep 02, 2011
Iv read reviews on these tablets too I think Erin is starting teething already at 12 weeks I might be been thick but how do you give these tablets? Xx
By: ser31
Member since Oct 19, 2010
Posted: on Sep 02, 2011
Thanks Hun! Il be getting some xx
By: loveaholiday
Member since May 31, 2011
Posted: on Sep 02, 2011
Where do you get them?
By: georgie05
Member since Oct 17, 2010
Posted: on Sep 03, 2011
I bought these today and they definitely work! The best £5 I've spent! x
By: ser31
Member since Oct 19, 2010
Posted: on Sep 03, 2011
That's good to hear!! Il be sending dh first thing Monday his office is next to holland and Barrett! Xx
By: ironic_coz
Member since Nov 01, 2010
Posted: on Sep 03, 2011
I think I'm gonna get some too if they're that good. Thanks for the tip ladies x
By: tandy
Member since Jan 19, 2011
Posted: on Sep 04, 2011
Is there an age limit? They sound fab!!!! X
By: georgie05
Member since Oct 17, 2010
Posted: on Sep 04, 2011
They're herbal so I don't think there is an age limit. Usually you can't use anything though before 4 weeks.

Another tip ladies are Skibz, much better than ordinary bibs. They stop clothes from being soaked in dribble and come in loads of different colours. x
By: musicgirllaura
Member since Jan 19, 2011
Posted: on Sep 16, 2011
Ive added this post to my favourites for when the time comes, thanks ladies x
By: tandy
Member since Jan 19, 2011
Posted: on Sep 16, 2011
I went in and asked for these and got given something completely different, grrrrr bloody helpful shop assistant...not! Anyway got given teetha so have been using them ATM and they seem to help. Forgot how much dribbling they do x
By: kitty79
Member since Mar 12, 2011
Posted: on Sep 16, 2011
I have saved to faves too for later

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