Tummy Trouble Remedies For Baby!

A new-born baby takes it tiny steps exploring the new wide world. And, often this comes at a price of tummy trouble. The babies are susceptible to multiple tummy troubles as their body functioning is not as developed as an adult. Let’s talk about the common tummy troubles and how to identify & correct them.

Gas troubles

New-born are busy mastering the skill of feeding. Be it breastfeeding or bottle feeding, certain amount of air might enter your baby’s belly. The tummy would appear to be bloated or the baby would show signs of discomfort. It is very natural and generally kids outgrow it after certain age. To ease the gas pain, you should move the legs in a cycling manner and push the legs towards the tummy. It is the easiest way to release the trapped air.

Given the weather conditions, I also prefer giving a gentle message on the stomach with lukewarm oil.


The poop cycle for kids is just crazy, they can be pooping 7 times a day or once in 5 days. It is concerning for a new parent, but it is considered normal. Not pooping can cause pain and none of us like kids wailing in pain.

For helping with constipation, if he baby has started solids,then try introducing fibre rich food in the diet. Or if you are breastfeeding, then try keeping track of food you intake. Certain food tend to have gaseous affect even in adults, try avoiding them for sometime. Whenever in doubt a doctor’s advice is the best solution!

I had learnt my lesson the hard way when my kid was three months old and after a short vacation with crazy feeding schedules, he had stopped pooping for four days!

Reflux/Spitting up

New born kids tend to throw up after feeding. It can occur due to fast feeding or too much feeding in one go. You should take breaks in between the feeding, hold the kid on the shoulder and make gentle movements in upward directions on the back to help them burp. It will release any trapped air and also help in digesting the feed. A different pattern may work for your child to help them burp.


A child may have watery poop cycles, as they grow old you would be in a better position to judge the severity. But, it should never be taken lightly. As diarrhea causes loss of fluids in both, leaving the kid dehydrated. If the kid is eating solids, then you can try giving them banana or curd to help with the digestion. And, a doctor may also suggest you to give electrolyte solution to avoid dehydration.

Keep a note of what your child eats, hygiene is of utmost importance to avoid diarrhea from contaminated food or water.

Teething troubles

As a kid starts teething, one of the first obvious sign is an upset tummy or nappy rashes. It takes it natural course of time to subdue, but you can take homeopathic medicine or oral solutions, on your pediatrician’s advice.

We all love our kids and would go lengths to keep them healthy & fit. There are different foods too that can strengthen kid’s immunity. If you have any other tip then do share with us in comment section to help other parents. 🙂

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30 thoughts on “Tummy Trouble Remedies For Baby!

    […] I wholeheartedly thank Disha Mehrotra, Author at Life My Way, for introducing me in her blog about tummy trouble remedies. Also, I would like to introduce Sweta Kachhap, Author at Cloud and Sunshine. Do read her review on […]

    Dipali Bhasin

    (17th May 2019 - 09:02)

    These tummy troubles can be disturbing both for the mother and the baby. I’m glad you’ve listed them out concisely with simple tips to ease out the problems. I’m sure mothers of new born babies will benefit from this.


      (25th May 2019 - 17:48)

      Glad you found it helpful


    (16th May 2019 - 09:40)

    Interesring read..as it is a very relatable issue for every parents. . . Parents are constantly troubled due to these ailings and need to know how to deal with it.


      (25th May 2019 - 17:49)

      Thanks for dropping by.


    (15th May 2019 - 18:59)

    A very informative post.
    I’m sure your tips have helped a great many parents and their babies


      (25th May 2019 - 17:49)

      Thank you! Do share it with your friends. 🙂

    Yogita Joshi

    (15th May 2019 - 18:34)

    What a perfectly written post.. tummy troubles in kids are so common in kids.. your post is indeed very helpful for new moms.

    Richa MIna

    (15th May 2019 - 17:25)

    These are some great tips which would be of great help for many moms facing such problems. great post.


      (25th May 2019 - 17:50)

      Thanks for dropping by!

    Utpal Khot

    (15th May 2019 - 01:06)

    You have a knack for understanding the problem and the possible remedies and so your posts come out so well. Loved reading it.

    Utpal Khot


      (25th May 2019 - 17:56)

      Glad you liked it. Thanks for dropping by UK.

    Preeti Chauhan

    (14th May 2019 - 18:59)

    I guess there has been hardly any mom who did not have to face a colicky baby ,Information is half the battle won so this is really helpful post by you.


      (25th May 2019 - 17:51)

      Glad you found the post helpful.

    Neha Tambe

    (14th May 2019 - 14:09)

    This is a great post for new mum’s. A new mum’s is always worried about the baby’s well being and she might not be aware of things like reflux or tummy ache. You have provided useful information.


      (25th May 2019 - 17:52)

      Thanks for dropping by Neha.

    Preeti Chauhan

    (13th May 2019 - 10:25)

    I think there is hardly any mom who did not have to face the tummy troubles of her infant. Nice post … information is half the battle won !


    (11th May 2019 - 03:47)

    Great!you have listed all basic problems that we face with infants. Informative


      (25th May 2019 - 17:53)

      Thanks for dropping by Ramya. 🙂


    (9th May 2019 - 23:35)

    Very informative post. Taking care of a lil baby is definitely not an easy undertaking and u have pointed out some very important points.


      (25th May 2019 - 17:53)

      Thanks Aritra for dropping by!

    Isha Sharma

    (9th May 2019 - 10:17)

    This is so informative and beautifully write up.. Thanks for sharing


      (25th May 2019 - 17:53)

      Glad you found it helpful.

    Sharvari Paivaidya Mehan

    (8th May 2019 - 13:27)

    Absolutely babies have different tummy cycles of pooping and also throwing up after feeding which are considered normal but again going to a GP for q 2nd opinion is always reccomended.


      (25th May 2019 - 17:54)

      Yes, a GP is the best person to answer your concerns.

    Blogaberry Foo

    (8th May 2019 - 01:07)

    Hey this is a very informative post! Will surely bookmark this!


      (25th May 2019 - 17:54)

      Glad you found it helpful Cindy. 🙂

    […] I wholeheartedly thank Disha Mehrotra, Author at Life My Way, for introducing me in her blog about tummy trouble remedies. Also, I would like to introduce Sweta Kachhap, Author at Cloud and Sunshine. Do read her blog on […]

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