Preventing Your Baby’s Gas and Colic Symptoms

Babies’ only form of communication is crying, so it takes the process of elimination to determine what your baby is trying to say. You change their diaper, feed them, and try to put them to sleep just to find that they are still crying.

If your baby’s crying seems to be a mystery, it may be that they are dealing with pain and discomfort from gas or colic. These are silent issues with next to no symptoms visible to parents.

You may be feeling helpless as your baby cries out in discomfort, but there are things you can do to relieve their symptoms as well as prevent future issues – a necessity if your baby is prone to gas and colic.

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