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Tooth Eruption

As teeth begin to erupt into the mouth, many children may experience some discomfort or sleepless nights. Teeth always tend to erupt according to the Circadian Rhythm, and go through their greatest amount of eruption at nighttime. This is why many children may have difficulty going to sleep or being fussy during periods of tooth eruption.

Although many people believe that teething may cause a fever, this is actually not true. If your child experiences an unusually high or persistent fever it can be indicative of another problem, and you should contact their physician.

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