I need help, my 3 weeks old son is gassy and cries all the time

Roxanne - posted on 07/04/2012 ( 260 moms have responded )

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From the time I gave birth, my baby was very gassy and cried a lot..I feel like I'm going insane..i tried putting him to a swing, car seat, strollers, carry him, and drive him around and nothing seems to work..he likes to eat every one to two hrs..he would only sleep a max of 3hrs, but mostly 1-2hrs and he would wake again..it's hard to put him to sleep..I don't think he is getting enough sleep for a newborn..my husband and I are so exhausted..he is our first baby and we love him so much..his already seen his pediatrician twice and they said nothing was wrong with him...I made an appointment again for Tom because my baby needs help..I just want him to be a happy baby...a piece of advice would really help..thanks

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Jennifer - posted on 07/09/2012

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I see now that you're breastfeeding. You could be having the same problem I had with my daughter. Overproduction of milk. If you're too full, baby tends to get too much foremilk, which is mainly for quenching thirst and not providing calories. This causes baby to eat more frequently. It also contains more milk sugar which turns into gas. My suggestion would be to pump a little, then let your LO latch on. Was a huge help in reducing has pain and reducing feeding frequency for my baby girl.

Kari Vincent - posted on 07/06/2012

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Hey there......When my son was little I used the Mylicon but it never seemed to help so I switched to using the mommy's bliss gripe water. It is a natural liquid that has something in it to help relax the babies tummy so they have an easier time passing the gas. He did so much better on that and once we would get a good burp he would go to sleep. I breastfed so didnt have too many problems as I learned what to eat and what not to eat early on, but even if he would fall asleep before burping I would still keep patting and I would start at his bottom and pat all the way up his back, then after a few times of this I would rub his back from bottom up and that always seemed to do the trick. Best of Luck to you and your lil guy. Hope he gets relief soon :)

Margarita - posted on 07/07/2012

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I agree with dropping the formula. If your baby is nursing and not into the formula you give him, he's a) full or b) doesn't like formula and/or bottles. At this age, it's actually not that weird that he's not sleeping more than 3 hours, breastfed babies feed more often and he's still pretty young. Also, babies have smaller, less mature digestive systems, and yours is probably not liking the amount of milk the bottle releases (even newborn nipples actually flow faster than mommy's breast). Having said that, make sure than when you do bottle feed him (breast milk or whatever formula works with his digestion), you use the correct size nipples, as larger ones will cause all sorts of problems, like projectile vomiting that happened to a friend of mine. Anywhoo, if your baby is drinking soy, but you are still drinking dairy, the point is moot 'cause he's still getting dairy. You can try elimination diets where you remove certain foods and then slowly re-introduce them until you figure out if there is something your LO is having problems digesting. A lactation consultant will be best for this. I would also echo your ped's suggestion of a probiotic. Ask him what he recommends.

I am a huge fan of baby wearing and baby massage. Gently massaging his belly may well help move things along (it certainly helped my LO) but the thing that saved our lives was the Moby Wrap. You can get it online and some store such as BRU are starting to keep it at the stores as well. It takes a little while to put on, so I would usually just put it on at the beginning of the day and left it on until night time. I know you mentioned you carried your baby, but are you carrying him upright or in a cradling position? If it's reflux, and even if it's gas, keeping him upright will help him digest. A front carrier like the Snugli or the Baby Bjorn, or a wrap like the Moby will work best for this, whereas slings like the Maya wrap will make it a lot harder, unless you don't mind using both your hands at all times to carry him (as opposed to the carrier/wrap option that will actually allow you to do things with your hands, like eat!). You can also try raising the head of his crib or bassinet with small pillows under the mattress (for a bassinet) or raising one side of the legs with books (crib) or getting a wedge (it goes over the mattress and under the sheet).

Are you sleeping when he's sleeping? If you work at home or are a SAHM, try to get as many naps during the day as possible. You won't be getting the straight eight hours at night for a while, so you need to get the sleep when you can. If you work away from home, there will be more finagling, but you and hubby should probably take turns, maybe set alarms or use a board or something so you can both squeeze in as much sleep as you can. If your mom is staying with you, maybe you can pump so she can take a night feeding off your hands. Babies can feel your stress, and if you're stressed and exhausted, you may well be feeding his anxiety and that may be what's causing the crying in the first place (don't you hate irony?). As someone suggested, sometimes leaving them for a couple of minutes while you breathe deeply and collect your thoughts will go a long way to protect your sanity. I wouldn't leave him to cry all the time, but once in a while for a few minutes won't hurt him.

One other thing to consider is co-sleeping. I'm not saying you need to bed-share (though if you're comfortable with that you can certainly look at options to do it safely - like a bedside co-sleeper), but if you can bring the crib or bassinet into you room, you can feed him and put him back in and have a few more minutes for sleep. Some folks worry that creates a whole new set of problems, but sometimes we do what we have to do to get some sleep.

Good luck!

Katherine - posted on 07/04/2012

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I don't know where you live but where I live they have Mylicon. That saved my life with my baby. Also make you you burp very WELL. She may have acid reflux, or just be very gassy.

Cherish - posted on 07/04/2012

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Hi,
We used the mylacon drops and switched my son to soy formula and after he ate we would put him in a bouncy seat,car seat or swing,so he was at a angle.
When he would scream we would rub his belly or push his bent legs up toward his belly.
If he is stressing you out you can always put him down in a safe place and get away from him for a few,screaming won't hurt him...lots of parents feel like they are mean if they let their baby cry,but he will be fine for 10min or so if you need a min to gather your thoughts.
I know it seems distressing but it will pass in time...don't trip :)

http://kidshealth.org/parent/growth/grow...
http://www.webmd.com/parenting/baby/cryi...

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Arooba - posted on 08/06/2012

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i think she has a colic pain .......u should make acup of water with 3 green cardamon with some saunf (fennel)....boiled it until it will be 3/4 and give it with spoon ... two or tree tablespoon

Tanya - posted on 08/06/2012

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My little girl had terrible reflux and severe gas issues, I used Infant Friend, get it from the Chemist it is my saviour, it is natural as well. My little girl is now 3 and I still use it, she has severe in-tolerances and it helps when she is reacting, I could not live without it. Also you might want to look at the fact he might be intolerant to dairy or if you are breastfeeding something you are eating, that is why my little girl would not sleep more than 20 mins at a time from when she was 5 weeks old, I cut out dairy and then in the end wheat and she was a happy baby after that, along with Infant Friend.
Good Luck.

Brittany - posted on 08/06/2012

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It sounds to me like it may be colic, colicky babies cry a lot, sleep little, and are very gassy. My mother always gave my sons fennel water or now a days it's gripe water with fennel in it.. Fennel makes them fart a lot and calms them Down. I hope this helps. Mylicon can cause constipation in most babies forming there poop to become hard. My doctor doesn't recommend it because new studies show it. Good luck, hope he gets better

Shanu - posted on 08/05/2012

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hi i am a mother of 4 momth old baby and was suffering from same problem when my baby was 1 month old...you should avoid spicy food if your baby is on breastfeed...give him a few drops of colic aid medicine..and daily give him 1/2 teaspoon of gripe water...take him out in open air so that he will get calm...whenever you put him down on the bed put him on his tummy under your supervision..he will sleep for a longer period

Komal - posted on 08/05/2012

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try giving him some gripe water .. n try to burp him when he cryz .. but ask ur doctr first befor giving ur little one some gripe water .. hope that helps

Becky - posted on 08/05/2012

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We went through the same thing with our lo. Does he eat vigorously? Mine did so we were told to make him slow down by taking him off the breast. It has really helped, now he only cries occasionally due to gas. Our little one would cry so long that he would become over tired which made him cry even worse.

Tina - posted on 08/05/2012

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My 2nd son was the same, farted like a 'docker' we used Infacol, made such a difference. You just squeeze into mouth before you feed him. I also find makinghim sit helps

Toccara - posted on 08/04/2012

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Put some mustard on the tip of your finger and give it too the baby.....u can give him as much as you want as offen as u want....u will have to blow in his face to make him swoll it!.....hope this help u!

Delci - posted on 08/04/2012

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Patience! We had the same issue with our little one. Just remember their little digestive systems are still developing. They grow out of it.... eventually. Try gently rubbing his belly and/or doing 'bicycle legs' while he is laying on his back to help move the gas along. Gas drops might help, but we found gripe water to do wonders. (whole foods carries gripe water as most pharmacies...)

Melissa - posted on 08/04/2012

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Hello,
I had the same problems with my kids and what my mother told me to do worked great. My mother was a nurses aide and would pick things up that way. She had the same problems with me when I was a baby and so she would use mint extract. And it really works. Here is what you do...
Get an 8 oz bottle of warm water and put a small amount of sugar in it. Then take a toothpick and drop about 2 to 3 drops of mint extract in it. Then shake. Make sure that you use the water nipple of course and make sure that your baby is in somewhat of a sitting position. It may take him a bit before he gets the hang of it but the mint really settles the stomach. I never went anywhere without a bottle of this when my kids were babies.
I hope this helps.

Cara - posted on 08/04/2012

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Your baby sounds exactly like mine. I am still having on going issues. As far as the tummy issues I did end up using probiotics which helped alot. I can tell he is no longer in pain but he does still cry all the time which I'm still trying to figure out. My baby also loves the boob. I had to start pumping during the day & only bottle feeding during the day time. Otherwise I was going to go nuts. He would fall asleep at my breast then wake up 20 min later and want to feed again. I think I also have a strong let down which caused him to spit up alot & I believe he over ate constantly which caused him to spit up alot too. So need less to say I only breast feed at night. Let me know if you have found any other solutions as I am still looking also!!

Terri - posted on 08/04/2012

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I had the same problem last year when Nathaniel came along, my pediatricians told me to use gas drops in his bottles. I put them in all of his bottles before I fed him and I must say it helped tremendously .. If you are breast feeding, you can just squeeze a dropper of it in his mouth before you feed. Nathaniel is my nephew whom was placed with me so that was not an option for me. Good luck!!!

Kim - posted on 08/03/2012

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It sounds like you might have a stromg milk ejection reflex or milk oversupply. It might help to lie back propped on pillows with baby lying with his tummy against yours, head by your breasts and legs towards your legs. It can also help to let baby feed on the one breast until they come off themselves and only the offer the other breast - and if that doesn't resolve, then instead of offering the other breast, offer te same breast again so that you feed from only one breast for one or two feeds.

Ruby - posted on 08/03/2012

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Hope you can get some help when you hear what i have to tell you what we did with my granddaughter.She was Gassy and threw up alot at the time i was seeing a chiropractor for my back . I told him about the baby and he said he wanted to see her. we took her in and he explained that when the baby is in the fetal position in your stomach the babys back is curved but when it is born and straightens out sometimes there can be problems. He felt of her Spine and found a place that was pinched going to her intestinal tract he pressed on it and from then on she never had any problems.Please don't try this your self .asked a chiropractor if he has ever done this before find one that has done this before. This doctor was in missorie.

Claire - posted on 08/03/2012

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Hi Roxanne,



I haven't the time to sift through all the other replies, but here's mine.



How or who told you about gas? It's blamed for everything but this does sound like a normal, fussy sleeping baby! First, get your self some time away from him. It's soo physically and mentally draining going into parenthood, so I understand your overwhelmed-ness!

Next, DON'T do any housework. Go out for a cuppa.

You may already know all this but just in case you've forgotten.

>6WKS OLD: Usually don't stay awake- and be happy- for more than 30-40 mins a time. My routine was- change nappy, feed 15 mins, burp 5min, and hopefully have time to wash them. Alternating positions on floor mat to expel wind. Tummy, sit, back, sit, tummy, cuddle on shoulder. Change, then bed.



Our firstborn girl had Oesophageal Reflux and would only sleep for short periods. After 2-3hrs, the breastmilk would have reached her (still) immature gut. Even @6mths. she would need to burp after 2hr sleeps (even though I'd burp her thoroughly before sleep).

But then she was awake. And screaming as if she was auditioning for a reality show.

And then she'd be hungry again and the whole thing would start up. 2 Paediatricians, 2 trips to E.D.... didn't do anything. I had severe sleep deprivation and could not think straight or even drive.



So getting back to you, :)

Does baby feed on breast or formula?

If breast, have you tried to express some letdown to give baby your hind milk? (about 20ml is what letdown I expressed). Hind milk is slighty thicker and may sit in the gut better than letdown. (Think of letdown as the cheap girlfriend your cousin brings to family gatherings. Unwholesome, that is :):)).

Reflux can be hard to diagnose, because not all babies or adults bring food back up to the mouth. For breastfeeding mums, there are tablets a doctor can prescribe to thicken your milk, too.

Also checked belly button?? A larger, (sometimes different coloured) belly button can mean a hernia, a slight tear in the abdominal wall, that can allow a tiny bit of intestine to get caught on it. As the blood pumps the food along to the bowel, the food gets the intestine pushed out of the abdominal cavity.

Gently and slowly push his belly button, check for a slight dip. If your little finger passes through another tight ring of skin (under b.button), he may have a slight tear in the abdominal wall. This usually clears up after about 4mths. (Our second girl had it until 6mths). If b.button changes colour>DOCTOR.

Feel the lower abdomen, below the belly button. Hard? GAS. Soft and Lumpy? Could be constipation. Another thing is bowel diseases but they are rare. How are his testicles? Have you a maternal & child health nurse to see?

If you're unsure of what testes should look like, both should be fairly even in size and not red. And if one side feels harder than the other >DOCTOR.

If you have tried to express and give hind milk and are tempted to go to formula I say do it.A formula before bed at night could be what he wants and needs. It's thick and will keep him fuller, longer. For a good formula, look to see what is most popular, what brand other mums have bought the most of.

I'm sorry I didn't do it sooner for my girl. Please don't feel guilty about it, if you do. My third baby, Joey, had virtually no breastmilk and he's very smart for his 19mths (walking by 9.5mths, climbing at 12mths), he isn't fat (super strong though), and didn't grow two heads or any other nonsense boob nazis go on about.



Finally, cut salicylates, if you still breastfeed. The gas in the Mid-Low GI may be intolerance to Salicylates. 'Sals' are a group of naturally occurring chemicals and also man-made, too Sals can cause reflux and Gastro-oesophageal Reflux Disorder (GORD).

Here's two site you may find helpful. Please note, I have no affiliation with them ( I live in Australia).

GOOD LUCK, HANG IN THERE. Love Claire and the three Bears xoxo



http://salicylatesensitivity.com



www.virtualmedicalcentre.com/diseases/acid-reflux...gord/174

Laura - posted on 08/03/2012

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Doctor and nutritionist's say absolutely not to put baby rice cereal, oatmeal, or any other food in a bottle it is dangerous and they have found it could lead to obesity!

Laura - posted on 08/03/2012

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My daughter was the same way so we talked to the doctor and ended up switching to a different formula. My daughter went from being on the regular Enfamil to the Soy based. It helped a lot but there are specific formula's out there for infants with gas issues. I think one is called Gentle Ease. I would talk to your doctor about switching formula!

Sandy - posted on 08/03/2012

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hi there Roxanne, my baby is now 3 months old he did exactly the same thing from the time he was born till today. i am a single mom and it gets tough when baby doesnt want to sleep and all he does is cry and has a lot of gas, this is also my 1st baby.
my baby only slept for one hour after meals and drank alot every hour on the hour and then would scream for the next 2 hours no matter what i did it just carried on, then his doc told me he could have colic and i should try telament t drops in each bottle it helps with the gas and ever since then he is alot better than what he use to be not so grumpy and crying and all that also only give him like a ml of baby panado at night it does help but make sure you use the colic drops in every bottle babies can use it from any age up trust me it helps

Jen - posted on 08/02/2012

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I have 2 sons ages 10 and 5 and when they were babies and were gassy I used a simple Water bottle with a pepermint candy (the red and white ones) in the water... It worked great... Just a thought... good luck

Heather - posted on 08/01/2012

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My youngest did that and it turned out she was lactose intolerant. We had to give her soy formula and now she has to have Lactaid.

Tina - posted on 08/01/2012

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Sorry there were so many replies I am not sure if these question were asked. Do you swaddle him in his receiving blanket? Where do you live? Have you tried putting him on his stomach on your knees and gently bounce your knees? You know that everything that you are feeling and thinking he feels and thinks. So when you are with him you need to take a need breath find a very peaceful place and be calm. Find some nursery songs to sing to him and sing them with love. I know you are scared, and worried cause no one told you it was this difficult. You just wanted a baby. So you have a beautiful baby boy and together the three of you can work all of this out, it will take time but you can do it!!!! email it you need anything thowe_us@yahoo.com

Elena (Leini) - posted on 07/31/2012

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My son had the same problem as a newborn. We switched him to Enfamil GentlEase formula, and it helped SO much!!

Heidi - posted on 07/31/2012

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That also happened to me and my son. I cut dairy out of my diet and within 2 weeks, he was a completely different baby! I tried dairy again when he was 6 months and it was very obvious that he still had an intolerance. I just added dairy back into my diet when he turned a year.

Jillian - posted on 07/31/2012

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Colic calm sold only at CVS works like a miracle. And it's NATURAL ingredients

Vickie - posted on 07/30/2012

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Something else that might help is a weak camamil tea with a little honey
It helps them to relax.

Ann - posted on 07/30/2012

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Most pediatricians will tell you not to introduce foods at this age. However, if your son was born already weighing over 8 pounds he could need extra nourishment. Try taking about 1 teaspoon of rice cereal and mixing it with about 3 teaspoons of formula or breast milk (whichever you are doing) if this works, then after about a week try increasing the amount fed keeping the 1 to 3 ratio. The liquid will go down easily and be digested easily. I did this with all of my children with no ill side effects. Just make sure to keep an eye out for any rashes or difficulty breathing. I say this because we found out using this same method that one of my 11 grandchildren was allergic to the rice cereal. We switched the cereal and she is a happy and healthy 6 year old now.

Monica - posted on 07/30/2012

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My second born daughter had the same problem...lots of gas! We tried the gripe water and it seemed to work really well...I also cut out dairy from my intake and any gassy veggies so that it would not be in my breast milk. I think that definitely worked. But as they say...this too shall pass!

Katya - posted on 07/30/2012

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Hello!
COLIC CALM is an answer!!!! I just love it it it DOES WORK!!! It is all natural non medicated remedi that is safe at any age. It works for GAS, COLIC, REFLUX and even hicups. You can fined it at CVS it cost $20.00 for 2oz but it worse every penny. I used it for my baby it worked like a magic every time.

Neelam - posted on 07/30/2012

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i used mylicon for my child. its available in walmart or any drug store.
also burping helps. so pat him after feeding until he burps

Lindsay - posted on 07/30/2012

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If you are using formula that may be the problem, give me a chance to explain.... I was a young working Mom and had 2 babies that were the same way you are describing and they were formula fed, then I decided to breast feed the 3rd and she has no problems and I am still breastfeeding her at 11 months at nap and bed time. You can get donation milk from other Mothers since I am sure your milk is gone now and I can connect you with the information. It is so much better than formula and so much better for the babies belly to digest, even if you only do this until the baby is 6 months old you will be giving both of you a huge gift :) I hope you consider my suggestion, I understand your frustration and I totally empathize!!!

Lacey - posted on 07/29/2012

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I always gave my baby Mylicon when she had gas. Some babies sleep through the night sooner than others. I know this time it difficult because I've been there. The thing to remember is that this time will pass. Ask your mom or mother-in-law or someone like that to stay over one night and watch the baby so that you and your husband can get some uninterrupted sleep. This can work wonders. When your not getting enough sleep, everything seems overwhelming. A good night's rest can give you a whole new outlook. If there is no one to stay over, then take turns with your husband staying up with the baby. We had a bed in the baby's room so that we could each take turns. That way at least one person gets a good night's sleep. If you take it time about it works really well. Hope this helps.

Denise - posted on 07/29/2012

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First, never let him lay down to eat, and never let him feed himself (he's getting too much air). Never swap around formulas. Find one he eats that agrees with him and always use it. Make sure you're making it correctly (lots of babies are intolerant of pre-made and do better with powder mixed with water, something about "canned milk"). Be sure to feed him a couple ounces and then burp him properly. Burping should never be forgotten or ignored. Up on your shoulder, soothed and patted...get all the air bubbles out. Be patient and try not to let him cry too hard before or after he eats.

Wendy - posted on 07/29/2012

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Hi Roxanne: Our babies were exactly the same way (now 11 and 13). YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE WILL GET THROUGH THIS!!! Have your tired camille tea diluted with just a sprinkle of sugar. Also we used to let our babaies sit in front of the television and whatever caught thier eye we taped. Sometimes motion calms them down. Try msuic - my husband danced with our daughter to "Balar" by Je-lo ex- Mark Antonio. Also, ask someone else tos me over and take over while you and your husband get some much needed rest - friends, family anyone willing just to take over....also I dodn't nurse it sounds like you're trying but try supplementing with formula to get over/through the nite. Hope this may help. Been there and you will survive! Much love

Esther - posted on 07/28/2012

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what food are you eating? if u eat a lot of broccoli cabbage caulifloer etc,\and dairy try to eat less. what brand of formula are u using? if your using similac switch brands to enfamil gentlease or parents choice gentle or good start gentle. everyone i know kids had constipation and gas problems from similac. and the gas drops made it worse.

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Your baby eats every one to two hours, cries, is gassy, and you're exhausted?...welcome to parenting! Your doctor says there's nothing wrong with the baby medically so you don't have to worry in that sense. Try a pacifier it helps babies self sooth. Try some gripe water it's like liquid gold lol , I dip the pacifier in instead of giving it in a dropper I would never be without it. I have four babies and as much as you would like a calm happy baby who sleeps all the time, sometime, most times It just doesn't happen. Try to stay calm if you can babies pick up on your anxiety. I use the playtex nurser bottles with the drop ins and I would swear by them too, they cut out extra gas! Don't stop trying and soon you'll be thinking how fast babies really grow and before you know it you'll be missing these days lol!

Lex - posted on 07/28/2012

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Do some baby yoga with you lil one. Plenty of videos on youtube! Helped my baby!

Nancy - posted on 07/27/2012

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hang in there... in many cases this condition will mellow out... my #5 baby had this condition at birth and while there after... the doc prescribed some kind of "tum" like thing... and we put her on easy-to -digest soy formula (for sensitive tummies) Similac Soy .... she is a happy big 20 months old today.... so, hang in there...

Roberta - posted on 07/27/2012

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It sounds to me like he has colic. There are several reasons for colic as well. Are you nursing your baby? If you are, try and pay more attention to your diet as you may be eating foods that are giving him gas. eg. cabbage, beans, onions etc. Start keeping track of what you eat and see if he is worse after something you have eatten. The other thing is if you are using formula he may be allergic to the formula he is drinking. My best friend went through the very same thing as you are. Michael her baby was allergic to the formula. The family Dr. finally figured it out and changed Michael to soy formula and his digestive system finally settled down. Try and gently ask the pediatrician if you can change over to soy formula and see if that helps! Ovol does help many babies as well.

Nicola - posted on 07/26/2012

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What I learned from watching my mom, when my brother and sister were babies as well as my aunties with their children was to lay them on their back and bend their legs so their little knees goes into their tummy. Often, when gassy they will let a little ripper fart go.

I've done it often with my son when he was tiny and in very desperate situations it worked really well.

I learned a few tips that helped a lot about various ways to burp from the mommies and babies program. My son did not burp well in the traditional way of laying him against my chest and patting his back. I always burped him by sitting him on my knee and kind of bending him forward as though he was leaning forward and back forward and back almost in a rocking motion and he would let a couple good little burps go. He was very cute and we got better with it through practice but that was how my son always burped, never with his chest on my chest. I didn't pat his back really at all.

The other thing I found, with nursing as some doctors will say your food intake doesn't effect your milk, that's not true at all. Your food intake does. The foods that I found bothered my son the most was garlic and tomatoes. My friend made me this wonderful beef and tomato soup from scratch on one occasion and I ate it every meal for almost 2 days (single mom) and oh goodness my son suffered. In those early months I tried to keep things very mild and almost plain then I gradually introduced more and more types of food as his digestive system matured. My friends son was extremely lactose intolerant and she could not drink any dairy at all as well as other foods. I would suggest maybe really looking at your daily food intake and considering perhaps what it is that you may be eating.

Lysette - posted on 07/26/2012

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I dont know if you got the answers but try camomile tea - my grandma made it for my son - not to strong the color needs to be light - then put it in a bottle and let your LO drink it - maybe an ounce or two at a time - also babies r us has gripe water or even like at a henrys and it works - trust me! my son would drink the tea and he's gonna poop but thats what you want - good luck

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