Quoting andthesenights:" They're so good. Our local grocery store sells them in the organic section and maybe in the health food ... [snip!] ... try not to better myself with things like documentary and educational books, so I don't have to deal with the urge to change. "
Quoting justanothamotha:" A couple of different things here. If biting is an a ongoing issue that can be stopped & obviously ... [snip!] ... for sure. :/ If this is resulting from plugged ducts too - you can take Lecithin to help avoid those. Have you tried that?"
Quoting Chim Richalds:" Thank you! I have never heard of Lecithin, I will have to try it. And I do eat raw garlic, blach. ... [snip!] ... and walks away. It is scary. My daughter only ever bit me when she fell asleep nursing. Nursing him is like Russian roulette."My 2nd one did this as a newborn & I took him to the chiropractor & it stopped. I had no other options to try by that point & people kept suggesting it & I figured I had nothing to loose. It literally stopped the DAY he got adjusted. A few days later he did it again, he got another adjustment & was fine again. I know it might sound nuts (it did to me) but it worked. You might think that a newborn biting with no teeth wouldn't be bad, bu tit is - bad enough he had me ripped about 3/4 of the way round or worse. :/ He would clamp & then arch. I wish I would have had him adjusted on day 1. LOL
Quoting justanothamotha:" My 2nd one did this as a newborn & I took him to the chiropractor & it stopped. I had no other ... [snip!] ... about 3/4 of the way round or worse. :/ He would clamp & then arch. I wish I would have had him adjusted on day 1. LOL"