Childhood Diseases

Question
Posted by: SHASHA | 2009/04/09

Q.

NO TEETH

MY BROTHERS DAUGHTER IS 11 MONTHS DOES NOT HAVE TEETH YET IS THAT NORMAL OR SHOULD WE BE CONCERNED.SHE WAS DECLARED LACTOSE INTOLERANT AND SHE TAKES ISOMIL SOY FORMULA COULD THAT BE THE PROBLEM LACK OF CALCIUM. ADVISE

Expert's Reply

A.

Paediatrician

Delayed teething is very common. It is not due to the soya formula. If his teeth have not appeared by 16 months ask your dentist to see your baby niece.

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