What to Give Babies for Gas

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  2. Why Is My Baby So Gassy?
  3. Signs and Symptoms of a Gassy Baby
  4. What to Give Babies for Gas
  5. Other Remedies to Try for Gassy Babies
  6. Wrap Up

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{"blocks":[{"key":"2b3dm","text":"If you're a new parent, you might be wondering why your baby's so gassy. Is it normal for a baby to fart all the time? You expected sleepless nights, dirty diapers, and an excessive amount of crying, but gas is an entirely new story. ","type":"unstyled","depth":0,"inlineStyleRanges":[{"offset":0,"length":234,"style":"color-rgb(0,0,0)"},{"offset":0,"length":234,"style":"bgcolor-transparent"},{"offset":0,"length":234,"style":"fontsize-11pt"},{"offset":0,"length":234,"style":"fontfamily-Arial"}],"entityRanges":[],"data":{}},{"key":"9mm1a","text":"Gas is completely normal for babies. According to experts, babies pass gas anywhere between 13 to 21 times each day. This article discusses all the possible reasons why your baby’s so gassy, and what to give babies for gas. Let’s get started! ","type":"unstyled","depth":0,"inlineStyleRanges":[{"offset":0,"length":243,"style":"color-rgb(0,0,0)"},{"offset":0,"length":243,"style":"bgcolor-transparent"},{"offset":0,"length":243,"style":"fontsize-11pt"},{"offset":0,"length":243,"style":"fontfamily-Arial"}],"entityRanges":[],"data":{}}],"entityMap":{}}

Why Is My Baby So Gassy?

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Signs and Symptoms of a Gassy Baby

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What to Give Babies for Gas

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Other Remedies to Try for Gassy Babies

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Wrap Up

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