How Do You Know When Baby Is Having Gas Pain and Needs Help

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Baby Gas Pains: How to Help Your Baby

If you have a foremilk/hindmilk imbalance, in which you time your breastfeedings and don't let your baby nurse until he is finished on one side, then he may have gas because he is getting too much 'sugary' foremilk. Your baby may have less gas if he breastfeeds until he is finished on each side and gets more hindmilk, which has more fat and less sugar.

When faced with gas, parents of babies who drink baby formula often make a formula switch at the first sign that their baby is having any gas pain. This is often unnecessary and is likely prompted by all of the cans of formula that has been 'designed' and marketed for babies with gas.

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