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In addition to the non-medicated products listed below, we also offer Little Remedies® For Tummys™ remedies.
- Typically begins 2-3 weeks after birth, typically ending by 5 months
- Baby is healthy but cries uncontrollably for long periods every day
- Baby pulls legs up and kicks or pumps them, lies in a curled position, cries and/or has bloated stomach without fever, vomiting, diarrhea, or weight loss
2 weeks and up
See your child’s doctor to make sure that colic is the problem.