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05/31/2012
...We occasionally receive calls from parents who are concerned about their babies having excess gas. Symptoms such as fussiness, crying, squirming, burping, hiccups, and abdominal bloating can all be signs of an uncomfortably gassy baby. Parents often aren’t sure what to do to help make their little one feel better. Fortunately they are a few easy home remedies to try! First of all, it’s natural for babies (and adults) to have a certain...
07/30/2013
...what’s “normal” for your little one. Again, though, check with your little one’s healthcare team for their guidance. If your little one hasn’t had a bowel movement in a while and/or seems uncomfortable, speak with her doctor. What about other side effects of digestion, like gas? With any change in formula, there may be some changes in your baby’s gas. Changes are especially common in the first few days to the first week. Amino acid-based...
...Patient History: From the night she was born, Natalie suffered from painful diarrhea, gas and projectile vomiting. Her mother Jill stayed up night after night with her miserable, crying baby. “We tried everything from the advice of our pediatrician but nothing seemed to work,” said Natalie’s mother Jill. The condition affected the entire family. Natalie couldn’t focus on play time because she hurt so much. And the constant crying upset Jill’s two older girls....
...When Zoe was just a week old she began extreme vomiting, and started having bloody diarrhea, gas pains and eczema. She was dehydrated, refused to eat and suffering from severe weight loss. “She was so sick we thought we were going to lose her at any moment,” says Amanda, Zoe’s mom. When Zoe was 3 weeks old, she was rushed to the emergency room for severe dehydration. From there she was admitted to the...
8 Common Signs and Symptoms of a Cow Milk Allergy
05/07/2018
...condition –Food Protein Induced Enterocolitis (FPIES)– violent vomiting a few hours after feeding is the hallmark sign.) Digestive: Persistent Gassiness Gas happens when there is excess air in the stomach or intestines. This can result in discomfort, burping, or passing gas. Discomfort can cause an infant to be “fussy”, “cranky”, or “colicky.” All babies have gas, but when it occurs with several other signs, it signals a possible allergy to cow milk. Skin: Unexplained Rash...
...Patient History Jacob was only a month old, when he was hospitalized for vomiting and dehydration. An upper GI exam at the hospital revealed that he had gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), and he was discharged with a prescription for Zantac. Despite the new prescription, Jacob continued to cry constantly and had horrible gas. Jacob’s parents barely got any sleep, and with both of them working, they were constantly exhausted and tense. “I hated seeing...
...doctors said the Similac formula he was on was too strong. “It was a very trying time for my marriage. My husband and I had to take turns sleeping to be able to care for Ramsey. Our other children were suffering because we were giving Ramsey all our time,” says Percida, Ramsey’s mother. Nutritional Management and Outcome: Over the course of three months, Ramsey visited the doctor multiple times, tried gas relief medicines such as...
...Patient History: Braelyn was only three weeks old when she began experiencing the symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). She had terrible gas pains that caused her to constantly cry throughout the day. Her reflux caused her to choke, cough and wheeze in her sleep and several times it got so bad she stopped breathing. In addition, she developed a terrible rash on her face and to stop the itch she would try to...
   
 
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