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How to help a friend?

Hello, I am listening to you very attentively... and you know, is not it a little bit too intimate theme?! having gas problems is really not good.. maybe i get you wrong but who knows.. I will try to explain you my opinion regarding the conversation we have here... and you know, it is vital to have the point here..! I would rather tell you that it is essential to have the opportunity of making your life better and here is the point - you have to stay always in the close contact with the family doctor.. you may ask me, whether it is possible at all?! and here is the answer - yes, it is really feasible to achieve if you have the good ad reliable, highly qualified family doctor, whom you can call in ay time of the day and night. 

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Very useful. If your child

Very useful. If your child has gas pain after having milk products, talk to your doctor about lactose intolerance. Breastfeeding mothers should pay attention to their diet and avoid foods that contribute to gas. Reduce the amount of air your child swallows by asking him to eating more slowly.

Teach your child to chew food thoroughly before swallowing. Have your child lay down on his left side to help ease gaspain. Gently hold your child’’s feet up for a few minutes to help expel stomach gas. Avoid solid foods for a few hours. Give your child small amounts of mild and bland foods like rice, applesauce or crackers.

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You know there may be a

You know there may be a particular food or a habit in general that triggers your child’s gas. The trouble starts when your child starts to experience pain and other symptoms associated with the condition. Use of certain antibiotic medications.

If your child is affected by some infection, the medications that you have been giving him may trigger excess formation of gas. Lactose intolerance. Your baby may be intolerant to lactose, which is commonly found in milk and most milk products. Diet changes. You may have introduced your kid to some new foods which may be causing excess formation of gas.

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In response to the behavior

In response to the behavior of your child, you can respond very aggressively.
In order that this does not happen, try not to rush in making decisions. Let your emotions cool down and only then make a decision. The more you hurry, the greater the likelihood that you will drive yourself insane.
Never pressure your children to make decisions or fulfill your requests. Undoubtedly, you will not really like that your children react very slowly to your demands, or they do not react at all. But if you press on them and adjust, the result will not please you at all.

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