1 months old baby

Question: Hi.... My son is 41 days.... He suffers a lot with gas problem n cries in pain... Sometimes he doesn't feed properly.... Plz help wat to do

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Answer: Hi! Please follow the tips below for colic issues, usually disappears at 3-4 months, you should not give any ghutti or gripe water because they r not safe for the little baby. Please give a nice massage around naval clock and anti clock wise. Give enough tummy time Make his legs exercise in by cycle motion. Burp the baby well after feed A nice steam bath also ease the pain. Hing mixed with lil ghee. Apply around navel. Please try to distract the baby, a lot of skin to skin also helps a lot. You can try having fennel seeds water twice a day and pass on the benefir to baby through breastmilk. Good luck!
Answer: Daily make a habit of massaging Ur baby around his navel clockwise n anti clockwise... start giving enough tummy time.. do cycling exercise in slow motion with his legs... Don't forget to to burp after feed... If u feel Ur baby is gassy n struggling put Ur baby on Ur shoulders lil high so Ur baby tummy should press against Ur color bone nut pat on his back... u avoid gassy foods from Ur diet...
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