4 Ways to Calm a Gassy Baby

4 Ways to Calm a Gassy Baby

Baby gassy? Not sure how to help them when they are suffering from gas pains? Here are 5 things you can try to calm your gassy baby:

Feeding Angle: Feed baby on an angle, make sure her head is higher than her stomach so they don’t take in as much air.

Gentle Tummy Massage: Softly stroke baby’s belly in a clockwise direction, this follows the path of digestion and can help get the air moving in his tummy.

Bicycle Legs: Lay baby on their back and gently move their legs in a bicycle motion to help release any air trapped in her stomach.

Gas Drops & Gripe Water: Gas drops quickly and effectively break up gas bubbles, helping baby pass gas and feel nearly instant relief from that full, bloated feeling. Gripe Water is an herbal supplement that eases discomfort & reduces fussiness caused by colic.

 

Mommy’s Bliss Gas Relief Drops are fast acting & effectively ease stomach discomfort caused by gas. The simethicone based drops are safe for newborns+ and gentle enough for use after each feeding when used as directed.

Mommy’s Bliss Gripe Water and Gripe Water Night Time are safe and effective herbal supplements that relieve discomfort due to gas and colic. The fast acting formula contains organic ginger and fennel. Gripe Water Night Time includes chamomile, lemon balm & passion flower help to promote restful sleep for baby. Mommy’s Bliss products do NOT contain alcohol, parabens, or artificial colors or flavor.




Comments (4)

  1. Our baby boy being premature was started on enfamil and he struggle with everything from tummy pain to constipation.

    We tried every option of Enfamil for the first 4 months.

    Lacking success we made the change to “similac alimentum” liquid form.

    It was an immediate improvement and now into our sixth month we still have a very happy little guy.

    Note: Gripe water is still a big help when needed.

    Rockie
    March 11, 2017 Reply
  2. My daughter was born full term and weighed 5.10 and her fussiness started when she was six weeks old and I didn’t know what was wrong at first until I did some research about her symptoms. I didn’t have anything of what she needed to calm her down from crying in disconcerting pain, then my friend told me about peppermint and I had a container full of candy cains do I grabbed a couple put them in boiling hot water to melt and let it cool then gave her 2 ounces in her bottle…and right away she burped a storm. I went to the store the next day got some anti gas drops. Putting your baby on there belly in a football hold and bouncing them can help with fussiness and relieves gas pain. Well hope all is well and God bless.

    Bessie Pierce
    April 26, 2017 Reply
  3. I am breastfeeding and giving formula because I im not producing fast enough well he’s 2 weeks and hes been very fussy.Do you think he has colic? Do you think I need to stop breastfeeding and just do formula cuz I’m not producing enough ? And he seems like his belly hurts.

    Greg
    November 18, 2017 Reply
    • Hello Greg,

      We suggest you contact your health care provider for more advice on this matter. If you have any questions about our products, please contact customerservice@mommysbliss.com or 877-457-4955.

      mb_admin
      November 27, 2017 Reply

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