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Thread: Alternatives to bonjella

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    Default Alternatives to bonjella

    I think there is a thread on this already, but I couldn't find it.

    I'm trying to find something to give Milo for teething.
    Most stuff says not before 4 months, and he's just cuyt his first tooth at 3.5 months.

    Plus I'd really like to find something a bit more natural than chemical IYKWIM?


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    :-k Was it in the Teething/colic Thread?????
    I remember reading it too, but cant be sure where!???

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    im pretty sure back when we were kids, mum used whisky

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    Moving to colic, reflux and teething....

    HERE is the other thread

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    i had one once called sm33. Dont know if its better than bonjella, but its an ointment also.

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    i swear by the brauer teething relief - from memory you can use it under 6mths. you have to follow the instructions for it to work to its fullest potential, but i quite often just give dd a dose before bed if i know a tooth is cutting and causing her problems.

    we are in the middle of cutting eye teeth atm (oh such fun cause along with it came a dose of tonsilitis ) and i have only used panadol twice this week (and really only cause she had a high fever) rest i have just used the brauer and a bit of bonjela here and there.

    good luck

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    brauer teething relief formula is great!

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