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They are dangerous if they contain fluoride.

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Are hyland teething tablets dangerous to babies

It depends on the date of manufacture and the number of tablets consumed. This product was recalled in 2010; see . However, the manufacturing issues have been addressed and the product was back on the market in July 2011. If you have an old bottle from before 10/23/2010, you should discard it.

If you have a more recently purchased product with the child-resistant cap, it should be safe for your child if you follow the directions. (If a child gets the bottle open and takes an unknown amount, then you'll need to consult a physician and possibly the Poison Control Center.)

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How safe are the teething tabs for babies?

the FDA released a recall of Hyland's teething tablets. The recall stems from concerns for increased and varying amounts of belladonna, a toxic substance that could cause serious systemic effects to babies. It's unclear how much belladonna is found in these tablets normally although it is well known it's in them. Recently, infants have developed symptoms consistent with belladonna toxicity after using the tablets (change in consciousness, constipation, skin flushing, dry mouth). Homeopathic supplements and medications are unregulated and therefore it's hard to know what is in them, how consistent one bottle is from the next, and how different brands of the same products compare. Local and national poison control previously deemed teething tablets safe even though it is known that they have trace amounts of belladonna (and possible caffeine). The FDA states it is "unaware of any proven clinical benefit from the product." Because of safety concerns and no known benefit, I've always recommended against using teething tablets. If it were my child, I didn't, and would not use teething tablets. If you have these at home, throw them out. Here's some FDA tips of safe disposal of unwanted medications. If your child has had these tablets in the past, there is no reason to worry. Ill effects would have been seen soon after using them

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