Colibel drops are gentle, safe and excellent at relieving griping pains, flatulence, stomach discomfort, and gassiness in infants.
Extra gas produced by air swallowing or particular foods/infant formulas is relieved with this solution. Gas bubbles in the intestines are broken up with simethicone.
Are colic drops safe for newborns?
Over-the-counter gas drops like Colic drops usually contain simethicone, a medicine designed to relieve painful symptoms associated with having too much gas in the stomach and intestines. Simethicone is generally a safe medication for babies
When should I give my baby colic drops?
Take this product by mouth as needed, usually after meals and before going to bed, or as advised by your doctor. Follow the product’s instructions to the letter. Inquire with your doctor or pharmacist if you have any concerns. Before each usage, give the container a good shake.
Colic Drops for newborn babies
Colic drops contain Simethicone which is considered safe for newborn babies. Colibel drop is available on Drugstore Nigeria, an online pharmacy in Lagos.
Telament Colic Drops
The trusted formulation of Telament Pediatric Colic Drops 30ml contains simethicone, which helps reduce colic and wind in your child. This medicine helps to ease the pain of wind, colic, and stomach problems.
How many times a day can you give colic drops?
Simethicone is usually used in 20 mg doses up to four times a day. It is safe to use on a daily basis. You can keep using gas drops if they help your infant feel better.
Colicaid drops how many times a day
Burp for at least 10 minutes or until the infant takes four burps. Allow Tummy Time 4-5 times each day. If the child is still sobbing, use 0.5 mL if needed.
The dosage is determined by the age and weight of your child. Do not use more than 12 doses of simethicone per day if you are treating a youngster without consulting a doctor. If your child’s condition persists or worsens, or if you suspect a significant medical problem, seek medical attention at once.
Direction For Use
How to use Colic Drops Drops, Suspension
If you’re self-treating with an over-the-counter product, read and follow all of the advice on the packaging before using it. If your doctor has recommended this medication, follow his instructions carefully.
Take this product by mouth as needed, usually after meals and before going to bed, or as advised by your doctor. Follow the product’s instructions to the letter. Inquire with your doctor or pharmacist if you have any concerns.
Before each usage, give the container a good shake. Using a suitable measuring device/dropper, carefully measure the dose. If you use a regular spoon, you might not get the right dose. Give the liquid by mouth using the specific measurement device/dropper.
To avoid spitting or choking, deliver it carefully and aim for the side of the inside cheek. 1 ounce (30 millilitres) cool water, baby formula, or juice can also be mixed with the dosage. Mix thoroughly and immediately administer the drink. If you’re giving this medication with a dropper, make sure to rinse it thoroughly after each use.