2 months old baby

Question: Hello mummies,my baby boy is 2months 1week old,he have gas problem,he feels alot of pain during passing stool and cries alot.i tried some exercises like tummy masaage n cycling n give colinol drops.no use of all of this n im much worried about this.so,please suggest me...

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Answer: Hi dear it is very normal for a 2 month old baby to face acidity Reflux issues or colleague pain are few of the common problems that the baby's face now you have mentioned that you have already tried giving tummy massage and exercises at 17 days you need to keep on doing I mean you cannot do it for one or two days or when the baby is feeling uncomfortable you need to make it a habit to do on a daily basis honestly their medicines do not work because the baby is too small now and it is better to not give medicines tbough they are safe and your pediatrician prescribes but it is better to cure the problems naturally now in spite of giving the massages etc. the condition is not improving please keep the baby upright for around 20 to 25 minutes post each feed and babies make an arrangement with the baby can be laid on the bed with the high a little slightly raised and the body a little slanting the way if a baby sleeps on the lap, after all hits of phase is it is going to go away soon so please hang in there.. Hope this helps!
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