Question: My 45 days old baby has gas prob..doc gave colicaid for 3 days.. After 3 days again she is crying alot.. But she is burping and passing stools properly even she is passing gases
Answer: Hi dear
Summer season many kids suffer by colic issues...do not worry...just take some castor oil and give a gentle massage around babiea belly hole in clockwise motion for 10-15 min and make baby to sleep in flat surface and hold babies foots and slow rotate like peddling cycle it make baby to ease from burping and baby will feel comfortable and get relieve for colic aids
Question: My 1 month baby while passing stools(tight consistency) he is making sound but he is not crying..is there any problem..he is on both BM n fm
Whenever baby has any stomach related issue follow BRAT diet.
BRAT stands for banana , rice, applesauce and toast.
These are easy to digest, fibrous low calorie foods which makes them perfect choice for all motion related problem.
Also increase baby's water intake.
He ll have easy motion .
Question: My baby was is crying day and night my paed says its bcos of colic.... I have tried all medicines bonnison neopeptine colicade but its affect is only for one or two days.. The third day he starts crying again day and night... Is it only colic or something else??? If its bcos of colic plz let me know when it will be cured???
Answer: Hello dear. Colic usually subsides after 3rd month. I am sharing some home remedies to help you with. In my family my cousin's son had colic and these remedies worked for him. So try below mentioned home remedies to help ur baby calm down :-Lay him on his back in a dark, quiet room, Swaddle him snugly in a blanket, Lay him across your lap and gently rub his back, Try infant massage, Put a warm water bottle on your baby's belly, Have him suck on a pacifier, Soak him in a warm bath
You cannot prevent colic, but if you think the distress is related to feeding, you may lessen the frequency of episodes by trying the following:Hold your baby upright when feeding to prevent them swallowing air; wind them often, and especially after a feed. Feed smaller amounts more frequently.Colic-causing foods can enter your breast milk and upset your baby as early as two hours after you ingest it, with potential irritants being:Dairy products. Dairy products include milk, cheese, yoghurt and ice cream, Caffeine, Spicy foods, Grains and nuts, Gassy foods, Eliminate foods
Hope this helps.