Although I was familiar with the term “colic” with my first baby, I didn’t quite understand what it was. Then, about a few weeks after my newborn arrived, I was faced with the nightmare of colic. The helpless feeling of not knowing how to soothe and comfort my baby. Thankfully our pediatrician also had a colicky baby and was very supportive in his care for my daughter. He called everyday to see how she was doing and how I was handling her crying episodes. Our last resort was reflux medication, but we never had to resort to that.
I found out about a year later that my daughter had issues with lactose. It wasn’t until she was introduced to regular milk that she had more stomach issues and then it occurred to us that she was lactose intolerant. I always wondered if that’s what had ailed her in her earlier days, and if Colief Infant Drops could have helped. Colief is a simple dietary supplement that contains the lactase enzyme that many people lack. This enzyme helps break down lactose and help ease digestion in those who are lactose intolerant.
The earliest day’s of your baby’s life should be filled with happy memories, not of a screaming infant that is inconsolable! Now, I’m not saying that Colief will cure your colicky baby. You should always consult your pediatrician before trying any new supplements or medications. If your doctor thinks your baby’s colic is due to lactose intolerance, ask them about Colief drops. You can find Colief drops at your local drugstore, including Walgreens, Duane Reade, HEB, and Colief.com
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