Baby Lewis

Discussion in 'Baby Club' started by Jo-anne, Dec 31, 2006.

  1. Jo-anne

    Jo-anne Well-Known Member

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    Please can anyone give me advice on winding - my wee man suffers really bad wind from 8pm most nights????? :?
     
  2. KX

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    Colic? :?
     
  3. Jo-anne

    Jo-anne Well-Known Member

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    not sure hun - from around 8pm onwards nothing seems to break his wind.
     
  4. Arcanegirl

    Arcanegirl Bazinga!!

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    maybe try winding as he feeds? feed and bit then wind and feed and wind again...
     
  5. ablaze

    ablaze lucky mum of one of each!

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    gripe water is meant to be good too....
     
  6. Jo-anne

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    tried that hun - feed him a wee bit then wind each time - he breaks a wee bit.

    Trying him on infacol but he is still in pain
     
  7. Arcanegirl

    Arcanegirl Bazinga!!

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    Dr browns bottles?
     
  8. KX

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    Ive got 6 Dr Browns bottles you can have :D Alternatively they are very pricey to buy :shock:

    Those are the best for anti colic, reflux etc..... Trust me, madam was and still is a bad reflux sufferer :twisted:
     
  9. ImTheDaddy

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    INFACOL!!!!!

    I think this works, a pi[ette every few ounces shouls suffice!
     
  10. Iwantone!!!

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    how about winding he on ur legs so his stomach so ur knee are pushing he stomach a little and tap his back he work wounders for me as a kid i had very bad wind try that >???
     
  11. Minxy

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    Try and keep him upright? I used to carry Stanley in a sling and walk about, that helped.

    Are you breast or formula feeding? If you use bottles, the Dr Brown ones saved my sanity! They helped sort out Stanley's wind overnight. :D
     
  12. Jo-anne

    Jo-anne Well-Known Member

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    He is on bottles x
     
  13. Yvonne

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    I found walking upstairs with jack brought his wind and normally it took him over half hour to burp.

    The bouncing of going up the stairs brings it up
     

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