Teething rings, water filled and chilled rubber teething toys; mom and dads (clean) fingers can all provide counter pressure that can sometimes bring relief.
When nothing else helps, you can also turn to the Infant Tylenol. Before giving your child Infant Tylenol, always check with your doctor first. Your doctor will tell you if it’s all right and what the proper amount is to give your baby. Baby Orajel and other teething pain medicines that are applied to the gums can also provide some relief. Some parents say the Baby Orajel type products work great, while other parents will say it doesn’t. Also check with your doctor before giving this type of over the counter pain reliever to your baby. Best of luck dear Sabrina (I'm glad we're past that stage- you soon will be too!)