2 months old baby

Question: Hi, my baby boy is 45 days old and Im breastfeeding him. Whenever he is awake, he stays active or calm only for 10 mins, later he starts crying. This happens even if his tummy is full. Also during feeding, he suddenly starts crying to pass gas. Once he releases gas, he looks relaxed. Is this normal?

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Answer: Showing discomfort to pass gas is normal. Do baby cycling exercises and give your baby tummy time. Eventually they'll start passing gas without crying.
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