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Momtobe2912:Have you looked at giving a few drops of biogaia a day ... it is a probiotic over the counter and I think helps with gas. nbsp;Our doctor recommended it to us for colic but I think our box mentions the gas too.
I didn't think dairy was our problem and it was probably a month before I finally tried eliminating, after which I had a whole different baby. If gas drops are working, maybe dairy's not a possibility, but even just a little dairy can cause a lot of issues if that's the real source of the problem. A few weeks ago I tried reintroducing dairy into my diet because my little guy is 9 months, but after only 2 tbsp of parmesan cheese, we had 48 hours of painful gas and fussiness.
Other stuff that I swear caused more gas (although I didn't really eliminate or spend a ton of time testing) were: peanuts, eggs, edamame, onions. I have no clue if that's something that's very baby-specific though.
mrsdeanna:Certain vegetables, broccoli was always one that bothered DS1. Spicy foods, acidity foods such as tomatoes, soy!