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... I have a five week old that has gas problems, this is the changes I have made to help. ... (12 replies)
... My oldest and my youngest had gas problems. ... (12 replies)
... Yes, before switching formulas you should talk to the doctor. You will have to do a gradual switch, mixing in a little of the new kind at a time. You doctor will tell you what kind to try. My son was diagnosed with reflux at around 4 weeks old. He was put on Zantac...prescription dosage for an infant, it's liquid. I was breast feeding at the time, and my doctor said to try... (10 replies)

... do you have a swing or a vibrating infant seat? ... (4 replies)
... I am using formula and if it continues than I will have to check into changing it, I just don't want to do that too quickly because I know changing can cause problems too. ... (12 replies)
... I think the 2 or 3 year old little boy had like 7 times the "good" level for a chemical that is in plastics. What is scary is that this chemical causes brain problems in lab rats at like 4 times the "good" level. It really makes me wonder if all these chemicals are really what's causing the higher autism rates you know? ... (6 replies)
... Nutramigen. My son pretty much outgrew the gassiness, he still gets it occasionally, and just infant gas drops clear it up for him. As far as choking and stuff talk to the doc or gastro about changing his reflux medicine or getting the dosage increased. ... (19 replies)
... I've changed her pamper a thousand times, burped her a million, and gave her gas medicine just in case...please help me. ... (4 replies)
... Welcome March mammas, I'm so glad you made it to the infant boards. It's been hard to find time to get on the internet, but I feel bad if I can't check in on you guys. ... (33 replies)
Is this bad of me?
Jul 17, 2005
... difference for most babies. I am no medical professional and I am not sure about this, but my opinion is that a major cause in the rise in what we are terming, infant reflux, has been increasing because of back to sleep. Tummy sleeping pushes the gas out. ... (20 replies)
Tubes in ears
Sep 19, 2005
... She was out for a total of no more than 20 minutes each time. After the procedure we gave her infant tylenol every four hours for the first 24 and she seemed to have no pain at all. Immediately she seemed to be walking better and hearing better. ... (7 replies)
... more than two hours during night, has past month only slept about 10 minutes at time during day. Total maybe one hour daily. Anyway doctor could never find any problems antibotics for ear infections, gas medicine for stomach pains. Nothing helped though. Then a friend told her she knew the cry and that her child was same way. ... (5 replies)

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