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Old 07-01-2013, 07:05 AM   #1
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Baby Amber Teething necklaces ???

Hello there,

i am the new one and I want to ask your opinion about teething necklaces from amber ? I have you heard a lot of them but I can`t still choose what kind of them to buy. There are so many shops with this in the shops and it is so hard to choose the best for my baby. I read a blog about it and got interested.. they look really beautiful..

Have you know something about it ?

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Lucy

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Old 07-03-2013, 07:05 AM   #2
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Re: Baby Amber Teething necklaces ???

I read that the lighter colored and raw forms work best, so I purchased the lightest yellow raw amber necklace I could A friend of mine is using an amber ankle bracelet and has had a lot of luck with that too.

Most of them are available with knots between each bead, so if it breaks the beads don't go everywhere and become choking hazards.
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And the beads are small & smooth enough that if swallowed they should pass through the digestive tract. I didn't use them with my first but I'm curious as well!
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I have one on my 10 month old and it seems to help with teething pain. She seems less fussy with it on. She has been cutting her top teeth for 2 weeks now...poor thing. I use the light colored one as well. I figure for $20, if it helps even a little it's worth it!
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