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Question: My baby is not passing motion..when he release gas,smell is coming..he is 56days old

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Answer: Hi dear, I know it must be tough to see baby having even a slightest discomfort, but don't worry as per my experience there are many things you can do to help relieve baby’s constipation. You can change baby’s feeding pattern and/or engage in some physical exercises. Tummy Massage – Gently massage and rub baby’s tummy in a clockwise direction. Place your hands at baby’s navel and massage in a circular motion, moving your hand(s) out and away from the center of baby’s belly. Bicycle Legs – Place your baby on her back and lightly hold her legs in a half-bent position. Gently begin to move your baby’s legs as if she is riding a bicycle. Alternate “Bicycle Legs” with Tummy Massage. *”Bicycle Legs” also may help to relieve a baby who is gassy. A Warm Bath – Some medical professionals suggest giving your constipated baby a warm bath. The thought is that this may help relax baby and “get things moving” again. Give a tummy massage as you are drying baby.
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