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    Thanks harvs I'll get DH to grab some infacol πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    Infants friend isn't homopathic. It has this in it: Cassia Oil 0.041ml
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    Ammonium Bicarbonate 0.10ml
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    You can get it at a chemist. And is safe from birth.

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    Magnesium Carbonate and Ammonium Bicarbonate are antacids.

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    Ok so infants friend or infacol? Which is better girls?

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    No idea Loco. I used infants friend as I gave it to ds before 1 month (infacol is 1 month+)

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    Oooo ok better go infants friend for now geez hope it works.

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    We used both

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    Infants Friend is much better IMO, used it for both my DDs...

    Some days I would use it before, during and after a feed.

    As well as the bicycle legs, you can give her little massage on her lower back, like between her hips if that makes sense.

    Also, I used to find that during or after a feed, before burping if I layed them down for 2-5 minutes or so and then picked them up to burp, they would burp much faster and easily than if I tried immediately.

    Finally, you can always try a little cooled boiled water (with brown sugar I you wish).

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    Block feeding and cutting out chocolate were the 2 things that made the most difference for my bubs.

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    What's block feeding?


 

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