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    My 2.5 yr old wont stop chewing
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    An_249997 posted:
    My son will be 3 in July, he continues to chew on straws and toys and put toys in his mouth! ITS SO AGGRAVATING! Any suggestions on coercing him to stop!
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    An_250020 responded:
    My son will be 10 in March and still is chewing on things. He mostly chews on his clothes though. But at three he just may be teething, try the homeopathic teething tablets sold at Kroger stores. Hope this helps.


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