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3 months old, is colic at night, cries almost 2 hrs. Tried gripe water. Any remedy ?

Hi Doctor.. My daughter is 3 months old weighing 4.5kg is little coliky at night. She cries for almost 2 hrs but with intervals. She does this only at night.She also spits out after every feed. My baby sitter suggested me to give woodwards gripe water .. But not sure on its sideeffects.. Also i heard colicaid is also useful.. Pls suggest me some remedy to this..
Asked On : Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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thanks for query on health care magic
this is case of evening colic
after feeding they used to gulp some amount of air that cause evening colic.
so after feed baby should be burp . and then they should be put on prone position so that wind can be passed from above and below .
local remedies like asfoetida for application over novel
colicaid syp can also be given
dr vivek gupta
Answered: Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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