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    wtsthat posted:
    my son is one month old and he has all the signs of teething but i thin he's a little to young but my 5 year old son was three months when he started teething.i think my one month old son is dehydrated can he have pedialyte at this young of an age and can i give him tylenol for pain?
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    lenono97 responded:
    That's a little young for teething, but it's possible. Babies can actually get teeth at any age. Yes, you can give Tylenol but talk to the pedi about the correct dosage. Why do you think he is dehydrated? Is he not having wet diapers? I would have him evaluated by the pedi first.


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