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Question: 5 months 18days baby struggling with gas. Please help with advice

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Answer: Hello dear If ur baby is havinv gas then Just try following tips : 1. Give ur baby proper Burp after every feed. Atleast 2 to 3 Burp should come. Ur baby will feel good 2. Don't lie ur baby on the bed immediately after feeding 3. Change ur baby diapers after every three hours 4. Apply hing on ur baby's tummy will give her relief
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