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Baby farts a lot
Gasses, reflux, flatulence and colic of newborn babies are caused by an immature digestive system and by the inability of your baby to process certain proteins from breast milk, formula and other foods. It is often difficult for parents to treat the unpleasant symptoms that produce their newborn baby farts. You can spend many hours trying to successfully burp your baby or make him stop crying in pain and discomfort. If that is your case, try the following home remedies to relieve pain and fix your baby’s gas problems. But I remember that something that can relieve some babies may not work for others. Some of the proven treatments for babies and infants are:
If your newborn baby is often picky and cranky, try wrapping it with a blanket to calm and soothe him. Involving infants provides a sense of security and protection that can help prevent unnecessary collapses.
Newborn baby farts benefit greatly from contact. It is important that you take your baby as often as possible, well secured and in a way that feels safe. Regular baby massages will also help.
Balancing your baby when he cries for pain can help your newborn baby farts release gas. Remember that crying can cause a baby to swallow more air and cause more gas, so the goal is to stop crying as soon as possible.
Put a warm blanket or a bottle of warm water on the baby’s belly for pain relief.
Over-the-counter medications such as drops or concoctions to calm the gut and reduce gas can be used sparingly and after consulting your doctor. Look for eye drops containing simethicone as the body does not absorb it and has no unpleasant side effects. If your newborn baby has severe colic, your doctor may prescribe a stronger medication.
There are several brands of solutions available that can help reduce gas. Some of them contain herbs or extracts of essential oils like dill or fennel. Since the FDA does not regulate them, be careful when giving them to your baby, as there could be side effects even in low concentrations.
Burp your newborn baby about every five minutes between meals. If your baby can not belch easily, try holding him like a football. Place it upside down on your forearm with your legs straddling your elbow. Put baby’s chin on your hand and apply light pressure when caressing baby’s back. This posture can help relieve gas effectively.
If a stomach parasite causes gas and reflux, it is important to treat the infection immediately. Many parents may not know how to get rid of a stomach infection without medication. An easy way to reduce symptoms like cramps and cramps caused by the infection is to mix a dash of sugar in water and give it to your baby. This will also help settle the baby’s stomach if he has lost his appetite.
To naturally relieve gas pain, boil water with half a teaspoon of anise for five minutes. Allow the water to cool before giving your baby a few drops. Water with cumin seeds also provides relief.