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Question: What is the correct dose of grape water

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Answer: Hello ma.. It depends on the specific brand and ingredients. You should always ask your doctor for a recommendation for gripe water and any other remedy you're thinking of giving your baby. Gripe water made with alcohol definitely isn't safe, and other formulas, including those labeled "natural" or "homeopathic" (depending on where they're made and what's in them), contain a variety of other ingredients that may be unsafe or untested. Gripe water made with sucrose, while not dangerous, might not be the best choice, either, because you don't want to get your baby used to being soothed with sugar. So always check with your doctor first and ask for a recommendation (and if it doesn’t work, let him or her know). And remember, even if you do try gripe water as a remedy for digestive troubles with your pediatrician's approval, it should never be given in large quantities to a baby or used as a dietary substitute. Infants this age should be fed breast milk or formula (or a combination of the two) only. If you consult your doctor the correct dosage is 2.5 ml.. I hope its helpful for you.. could you please click the thumbs up👍 symbol.. Thank you😍
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