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Question: My baby have colic problem what to do now????????

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Answer: I do not worry I am the mustard oil and massage with it on the tummy of the baby this will not only help to give relief to the baby but will also help to put the baby to sound sleep you can also make hing paste and applied to the level of the baby which will help the baby if your breast feeding the baby make sure that you drink adequate water at least with glasses of water in a day and avoid taking gaseous food and spicy food so that the baby is not affected
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