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Gerber Soothe Probiotic Drops
How do Gerber Soothe Colic Drops help relieve excess crying? Colic is relatively common among infants and all infants occasionally experience digestive issues. One of the potential causes of colic may be not having enough good bacteria in the digestive system. Probiotic L. reuteri is a friendly bacteria that supports a healthy balance in a baby's digestive system and helps promote digestive comfort*. Gerber Soothe Colic Drops contain Probiotic L. reuteri. It has been clinically shown to reduce crying time by 50%*. *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
|Soothe Probiotic Drops - .17 oz||
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Perfect after antibiotics!
By Tired Momma
from Atlanta, GA
About Me Parent of Two or More Children
My four month old had to have antibiotics and then started having BM's constantly, night and day. It was disrupting her sleep and keeping her rashy. After three or four weeks, I asked my doc about probiotics and they gave me a sample of this. It cleared the problem within three days. I was so impressed, I asked for a second bottle. I've noticed that her dry skin/eczema is worsening again since I've run out (that also started after the antibiotics), so I'm going to get her back on it. I HIGHLY recommend. I wish I had know about it during the colic phase!!!
Dispensing tip: If you look in the top, there is an air vent on one side. Angle that up, while tipping the bottle at 45 degrees. Also, if you are putting it on the nipple, you might want to wait until the baby has had a bit to eat, or she'll get angry waiting for the 5 drops to dispense! :)
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