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10 things you need to know about your baby’s gas

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It's stinky, but mostly normal

Your baby’s gas is mostly just a normal part of life.

It may be audible and odorless, or silent and stinky, but overall, your baby’s gas is and will always be a normal part of life. In fact, babies can pass gas between 13 and 21 times per day, according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, because they are spending so much time digesting their frequent meals and tend to take in excess amounts of air during routine activities.

Infants’ MYLICON® Drops relieve the discomfort of infant gas frequently caused by air swallowing or by certain formulas or foods. They are safe because the drops are not absorbed into your baby’s system. MYLICON® drops are safe enough for even the newest of newborns and can be given with every feeding*. (*Use only as directed, do not exceed 12 doses per day.)

References

  1. American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. Quick Anatomy Lesson: Human Digestive System.
  2. National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. Gas in the Digestive Tract.
  3. The Nemours Foundation: Burping Your Baby.
  4. American Academy of Family Physicians. Feeding Problems in Infants and Children.
  5. Nationwide Children’s. Infant Constipation.
  6. Neighborhood Pediatrics. The Cause and Treatment of Infant, Newborn and Baby Gas Problems.
  7. Seattle Children’s Hospital. Crying Baby Before 3 Months Old.
  8. Stanford Children’s Health. Gastrointestinal Problems.
  9. American Academy of Pediatrics. Should I Give My Baby Juice?
  10. The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Vaccines and Aluminum.
  11. FDA. Food Safety for Moms to Be: Once Baby Arrives.
  12. Miami Children’s Hospital. Star Anise: No Longer Your Cup of Tea.
  13. Better Health Channel. Flatulence.
  14. Dr. Greene. Babies and Constipation.
  15. International Foundation for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders. Report from Fernando Azpiroz, MD, PhD: Understanding Intestinal Gas.
  16. Johns Hopkins Medicine. Gas in the Digestive Tract.
  17. National Public Radio. Got Gas? It Could Mean You’ve Got Healthy Gut Microbes.
  18. Neighborhood Pediatrics. The Cause and Treatment of Infant, Newborn, and Baby Gas Problems.
  19. Baylor Scott & White. Intestinal Gas and Gas Pains, Child.

Comments

  1. Check out the Foods that Cause Gas in Babies
    https://www.parentcircle.com/article/foods-that-cause-gas-in-babies/

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  2. Colic Calm is the best look into it… i tried baby magic tea.. nothing, mommy’s bliss gripe water.. some organic gripe water which had to be refrigerated and didnt work anyways.. Gas drops that was just like Mylicon (same ingredients) and that was a no go.. yeah gets the gas and vomit out.. COLIC CALM LADIES PLEASE LOOK INTO IT.. i could not say it enough..

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  3. I think this 10 things are very important for every constipated infant so we need to awareness for this sectors.
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