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    Hi I'm new here and I have a question, Does anyone else get the urge to chew on things not edible? I do and I don't know why.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetie View Post
    Hi I'm new here and I have a question, Does anyone else get the urge to chew on things not edible? I do and I don't know why.


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    Many people chew on pens, pencils, eyeglasses...What do you chew on?

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    I chew on my sippy cup spout it's a hard one, that's about it because I'm embarrassed to have my family find out


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    All the time! My entire life I've chewed on inedible stuffs of all kinds. Pen caps, bottle caps, plastic figurines, toys, tons of stuff that probably isn't good for my teeth lol

    Nowadays I have teethers and a good quality baby paci that I like chewing on. Those things are made to take a beating even though they were made for babies so you should have no problems going to town on one of those as long as they're not bad quality like a dollar water teether for example.

    I suggest Nuby IcyBite key teether and leaving it in the freezer for about an hour. That thing is amazing!

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    Thank you for the information, any advice on telling my parents?


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    Yup, I chew on things like my sippy, plastic bottle caps, yogurt pots and more

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    I'm glad im not the only one. Does anyone know you do?


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    Chewing on things other than food is a condition called pica. My wife was a special education teacher and that was something some of her children were classified as having. I'm not surprised that AB/DLs might have other interesting conditions as well. I'm somewhat OCD which can present its own problems. Babies and toddlers chew on objects of course, in part because they're teething and part of it is a natural reflex to eat/suck reflex.

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    In school, I always chewed on my BIC pens (the cheap ones) and pencils. I don't do that anymore, not because I don't want too but I don't use pens and pencils that much anymore.

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    What do you chew on now and what did your parents say about it


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