My 9 week old baby girl is 100% breastfed and she is really gassy and seems to be a lot lately it's 3:30 am and we all just want sleep but she won't stop crying!!! Please help what can I do? Why is this happening? I don't have ANY money so buying something for her is out of the question....
She'll have one day she poops a few BIG ones then the next day no poops then big ones then none she has,lots and,lots of wet diapers tho I don't think colich cuz it's only been like this maybe twice the whole time since she was born
it could be what you're eating. I've heard some women say they had to cut dairy out, n there are a bunch of other common things that cause gas in breast-fed babies. maybe Google it and see and try to start cutting things out of your diet.
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