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How can I relieve my baby's gas problems?

sir, my baby is a premature baby delivered after eighth month and just one day stepped in ninth month. now am noticing that she is having hicups frequently and also mucus is found in her stools . i got the stools tested which showed pus cells 2 to 3 cells and bacterial 10 to 15 in stools. how should i give releif to her from all these gas problem and pus cells. She streches her stomach as if in great pain. what is the soloution
Asked On : Fri, 30 Mar 2012
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You have not mentioned what milk she is getting. If only breastfed it is unlikely there is any problem. Is there any change in the frequency or consistency of motion? If yes it is better to get her examined. Is her weight gain normal? Occasional hiccup is normal. If you giving her formula make sure it is reconstituted properly.
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