The baby always farts, what's the matter?
The baby farts all the time, and the stomach gurgles non-stop. Could it be that the stomach and intestines are not digested well? The baby’s gastrointestinal development is immature, resulting in uncoordinated intestinal peristalsis at different stages of the baby, causing intestinal flatulence-the stomach is gurgling, and there is a lot of exhaust , Farting a lot, and frequent unexplained crying. Medically, this phenomenon is called 'baby colic'.
The so-called infantile colic refers to a well-nourished healthy infant who cries for at least 3 hours a day and at least 3 days a week for more than 3 weeks. Most babies start 2 to 3 weeks after birth, and gradually improve after 3 to 4 months. Infant colic is actually a problem in the development of the infant. Parents don't have to worry about it. It can also be understood that the crying of the infant is not a disease.
Keep the baby in a comfortable position as much as possible to help the baby defecate smoothly. If the situation is more serious, you can take some drugs to improve gastrointestinal motility. If you find that your baby's colic is difficult to relieve, you should consider whether your baby is allergic to milk protein. Mothers can appropriately reduce the amount of milk or dilute the milk. Children who are suffering from diarrhea can take probiotic granules such as Mamiai or Synbiotics to shorten the course of diarrhea, regulate the gastrointestinal system, and relieve the pain of the baby.
Some babies fart, it’s just a stinky signal; some babies fart, they’re hungry or they’ve eaten too much; some babies fart, it’s because they’ve inhaled too much air... Mothers don’t have to worry too much, they should pay attention to the baby’s life and eating habits , find the reason why the baby loves to fart, and solve the baby's fart in time.