16 months old baby

Question: my baby having stomach ache

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Answer: Lay your baby on his back and gently massage the tummy using mustard oil. Apply it around the baby’s navel in an anti-clockwise direction. This will help stimulate the digestive system and move trapped gasses in your baby’s stomach. Massaging your baby every day is quite important.
Answer: Mix hing in few drops of water and apply it on baby's stomach nd fingrs nails and toes nails....
Answer: Collicaid syrup is best medicine for stomach ache I used it to my daughters
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    anupam kumari1152 days ago

    Give him gref water

Answer: Boil granny seeds in water and give... Pain will be reduced
Answer: Consult ur doctor
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