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    Default Has anyone taken their baby to a chiropractor for wind?

    If so, did it help?

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    Yes. For wind/reflux/feeding issues. It's the only thing I really regret doing with my newborn... never again.
    It didn't make an ounce of difference and I realised later how dangerous it is on little babies.

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    Yes I did for reflux for DD3. I didn't want to push medication down her which hadn't helped my other kids. I did a lot of research and found someone who was well respected.

    OP these threads usually turn into "chiros are quacks" so do your research and find someone you can trust if you decide to go that way. I was raised in a family of medically trained professionals who were very sceptical of her treatment (as was I) but she responded brilliantly to it and it was incredibly gentle.

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    Yes we did for wind and had great results.

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    Not a newborn but my son was 3 months old. It worked wonders and he was much more settled during the day, and slept better at night as he was waking up straining to fart.


 

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