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Infant feeding through baby powder, lack of breast milk. Given Crocin and Colimex. Reason for crying?

my 10 days old boy is crying since last 4 hours though no visible reason is seen. last night also he slept after such crying session. feeding is done by breast & baby powder due to lack of breast milk . last night after seeking advice of the local doctor, he suggested to give him 5 drops of crocin & 5 drops of colimex. after feeding the medicine, he slept after 1 hour. what can i do?
Asked On : Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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Thanks for your query.
First of all i will advise for EXCLUSIVE BREAST FEEDING.
crying of babies is due to many reasons,most important thing you should see that baby is taking feeds active.
was she having fever,if not i will not advise crocin drops.You can give colimax drops for few days.
keep her in prone position most of the times,but she should not be left unattended.
In case she becomes lethargic,is not accepting proper feeds then i advise you to get pediatric consultation.
Your baby will be fine.
God bless
Answered: Tue, 15 Jan 2013
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