Childhood Diseases

Posted by: romi | 2010/07/22


painful cramps newborn

I have an 11 day old baby girl born at term (39/40) via Caesar for poor progress.she currently has the problem of abdominal cramps and stubborn wind..she is exclusively breastfed and has normal stools and is putting on weight well.what advice can be given

Expert's Reply



At this stage the 2 most likely causes are colic or possibly lactose intolerance. Try a colic remdy such as Bennetts Colic Remedy and see if this helps. If not it would be best to see your paediatrician as your baby is rather young to have cramps to such a degree.

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Posted by: Purple | 2010/07/23

Just remembered that I also used to use Mag Phos, crush a tablet and give in some expressed breast milk. I don''t know how well it worked though, but I remember that the telement ALWAYS worked.

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Posted by: Purple | 2010/07/23

Try telement drops, they work very well.

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