Delayed teething in toddlers can be caused by oral trauma, issues of the mouth, systemic disease such as anemia and hypothyroidism, and genetic conditions. In addition, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, head and neck radiation and infections can also contribute to the delayed teething in toddlers.
Rickets is a reason for late teething. Children who are at risk of rickets are preemies, twins, infants fed formula, children born in the winter, etc. There are some the rickets symptoms in children such as disturbed sleep, jumpy, sweating during sleep, the expression in bone like wide fontanelle, constipation, etc. In acute cases of rickets, children may have seizures due to hypocalcemia. It’s necessary to add vitamin D and calcium in the form of medication, but you must follow the instructions of your doctor. You should not arbitrarily take vitamin and calcium for infant because they can cause gastrointestinal disorders and anorexia by taking vitamin overdose in long periods.
Children are malnourished, which causes to delay teething; weight and height lower than normal children. Children’s diet needs adding sugars, protein, starch, fat, etc. Moreover vitamin D is the most important for the absorption and metabolism of calcium into bone calcium. Therefore, you should take children play under the sun or sunbathing before 9 am daily. It’s better if the sun shine directly on the skin. And you should use calcium combined with vitamin D to get the best effect.
In the winter without sunshine, you can take your children to physics electrical therapy in hospitals. Vitamin D helps to regulate the metabolism and absorption of calcium, phosphorus.
Lack of calcium
Breast-milk is main nutritional source for 6-months-old baby. Typically, babies exclusively breastfed will be supplied calcium completely. Therefore, bottle-feeding group (including plump children can still be calcium deficient due to higher demand for calcium normal children) is objects lacking calcium. Children and mothers may lack calcium due to poor milk quality (caused by intake in abstinence or poor diet).
Vitamin D is necessary for calcium absorption. It’s supplied mainly from sunlight (accounted for 80%). The lack of calcium will cause to disorder absorption and metabolism of calcium. Daily foods like shrimp, crab, fish, milk, etc. contain much vitamin D. Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin, so if the diet is not enough fat, whether taking vitamin D the body still can’t absorb torch.