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Child cries at night and sleeps during the day. Is colicaid drops safe?

my 35 days old daughter cries in the night ,and sleeps in the day .doctor suggest colicaid drops and domeeriblone oral for three it safer,wht is the problem with the email id is YYYY@YYYY iwant to confirm it is genuine. i request you to answer this question the i will be your regular client. and i will suggest my relatives also,they are unaware of this service.and they will be happy if it is real
Asked On : Tue, 9 Oct 2012
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Pediatrician, Neonatology 's  Response
Hi sreejesh,
I am surprised that you are thinking whether we are real!!!!!!!!!
We are a set of qualified doctors answering your questions!!
Regarding your baby, sleeping in the day is common in newborns and the sleep cycle takes some time to develop.
Also colicks are common up to 3-4 months of age and then will subside.
Try nicely burping the baby and keep in head up position after feeds for 10 mnts or so.
Use the medicines nly when the child cries a lot
All the best
Answered: Thu, 11 Oct 2012
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