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Dentinox vs Infacol

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Bellyrub1980 Fri 19-Dec-14 06:11:53

If you've tried both, which did you find to be most effective for wind/griping pain?

GinGinGin Fri 19-Dec-14 06:17:01

Dentinox is a teething gel grin. Did you mean colief?!

Bellyrub1980 Fri 19-Dec-14 07:19:52

I'm sure my health visitor said it could be used for colic too? Maybe I've got the name wrong...

melisma Fri 19-Dec-14 18:16:31

There are dentinox colic drops as well. We found infacol more helpful for DD, but neither made any difference to our DS!

Charingcrossbun Fri 19-Dec-14 18:21:53

Found infacol better as you have to give a. Few drops, dentinox is a huge bloody syringe full and made DS smell like a Wally! (Gerkin to non Essex folk)

Bellyrub1980 Sat 20-Dec-14 09:20:58

Charing, just tried the dentinox and what a bloody palava!! Sticky gherkin flavoured goo all over her face, hands and my boobs! But a huge burp and calm baby.

Mmm.... Not sure the mess is worth it

Bellyrub1980 Sat 20-Dec-14 09:21:26

And now I have to wash the syringe??!

Charingcrossbun Sat 20-Dec-14 18:13:58

Ah bellyrub I feel you pain - am sitting here with sticky calpolly boobs!
A burp is good though - are you at the stage where you applaud all burps and farts? Wind is horrid but it does pass!

IShallCallYouSquishy Sat 20-Dec-14 18:18:23

Gripe water was brilliant for my DS. Infacol did nothing. Can only be used over a month old though is don't know how old your DC is.

Bellyrub1980 Sun 21-Dec-14 05:48:09

Yes every burp is celebrated and makes me soooo happy!!

I might try gripe water next then smile

wondermoose13 Wed 24-Dec-14 17:18:01

Dentinox works well for us as ds is ebf. He actually seems to like the taste and we normally get a bit of wind straight away

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