1 months old baby

Question: hi...mera baby 40 days ka hai usse kuch din se stomach pain jaisa hai ....aur gas ki problem bhi hai....aur wo raat ko rota bhi hai.....tou kya solution hai

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Answer: Esa bbies gas ki vajeh se krte hai...bby ko ulta leta diya kro and back rub kro..bby gas pass krega..so bby will feel better
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