Gassy baby (especially on her back)

Kristen - posted on 01/10/2014 ( 3 moms have responded )

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Hi all,

I have a 2.5 month old who is dairy intolerant. I have cut all dairy from my diet, but she is still quite gassy, and her gas smells stinky!! If she lays on her side (which she rolls to herself) she is ok, but if she is flat on her back she gets really gassy! She'll pass lots of gas, but is very unhappy while doing so. Any thoughts?? Thanks for your input!!

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Jessica - posted on 09/12/2016

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I have soothed my baby who was suffering from gas pain by giving him babies magic tea. This formula is natural and has no preservatives.

Kristen - posted on 01/10/2014

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Thanks William! When we supplement with formula we give her nutramigan (non dairy). I have tried other gas drops, but not the brand you suggested. I will get it tomorrow. It's funny, she's happy all day and rarely fusses, but at night when I lay her down she kicks her legs, farts like crazy, and screams!

William - posted on 01/10/2014

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When my son was an infant his pediatrician diagnosed him with being cawlic we tried all different remedies to comfort him but came to find out none of the remedies worked. Then a friend of ours told my wife and I about a product called baby bliss gripe water this eases his stomach pain and with the gas this is a miracle product for a newborn also try to give your child some soy based formula you can try this it is sold at any store such as Walmart cvs or even walgreens don't by the off brand doesn't work as good as the real McCoy

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