Fever reducing medication, a humidifier to relieve stuffy noses and creams to treat the skin - everything you should have in your infant’s toiletry closet.
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Is your infant crying in (gas) pain, leaving you feeling helpless? Here are five ways you can survive the gas period:
In light of the development of several myths surrounding teething, including the “link” between teething and fever in infants, diarrhea, runny noses and more, were studied in multiple medical studies. Read on to discover the studies’ findings.
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Many infants suffer from an iron deficiency, which is likely to affect their future development, even if their nutrition and weight are on par. As such, the Health Ministry recommends administering iron drops on a daily basis, in conjunction with an iron-rich diet. Here, you’ll be able to get to know the iron-rich foods that are suitable for infant consumption.
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Colds, phlegm and coughs are among the most common phenomena to plague infants and toddlers during the cold season. Aside from the difficulty breathing and general sensation of weakness, little ones with colds tend to also suffer from red, irritated noses, reduced appetite, coughing, and sleep disruptions. This can lead parents to feel helpless, as they attempt to do everything in their power to relieve their children’s suffering. But before you run off to buy a bottle of cough syrup for your child, check out this collection of things that can help relieve your little ones, who you are often advised to keep at home in winter.
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Your infant is drooling, spends lots of time stuffing their hands into their mouth, has no appetite and can’t sleep. Sounds like they could be suffering from teething pains. Read on to learn all the signs of teething, as well as those symptoms that do not actually indicate teething in infants.
Do you have little ones at home? Challenging, sleepless nights, hours being held and a dream of one day being able to sit alone yet again. It’s unlikely that the first thing you’re thinking of as a weekend outing is a hike in nature or camping trip. But, when you do it, you’ll discover that the crash of water and the chirping of birds, vast expanses and blue skies serve as the perfect background for a family outing with little ones.
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For relief of abdominal pain caused by gastrointestinal gases in infants and young children
Form of provision:Oral Drops
Composition:Each 0.6 ml contains Simethicone 40 mg
User Manual:The PI sheet should be read before use
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Before use, consult the doctor / consumer leaflet