ENTEROKIND is a homeopathic complex medicine for the relief of infant colic and trapped gas.
Symptoms improve significantly or stop when using Enterokind. Research shows that after only a few days there is less crying, less disturbed sleep and a better appetite.
DOSAGE: Give 3 drops of ENTEROKIND to your baby up to 6 times a day when colic first appears, and then reduce the dose to 3 times a day once symptoms have started to improve.
Its liquid formulation makes it easy to give ENTEROKIND, putting the drops directly into baby’s mouth, or by using a small (plastic) spoon or syringe if preferred.
A few weeks after birth, lots of new mums or dads like you find that their baby will cry inconsolably for no apparent reason. Although distressing, this is just a stage that many healthy babies go through in their first few months. Naturally you will want to do what you can to ease your baby’s discomfort and help is at hand with ENTEROKIND®, specially developed to help you treat your baby’s colic safely and gently.
Infantile colic is very common in the first few months of life
Colic affects up to 40% of babies between the ages of one to four months.
It is not clear why babies develop colic, but it could be due to changes in their digestive tract as they start to develop. They could have problems digesting properly, producing too much gas, or be sensitive to one or more of the milk components.
Some babies might be generally more sensitive to their surroundings, especially if there is a lot going on around them.
As well as crying that is hard to console, your baby’s tummy might seem bloated, or there might appear to be some cramping. If your baby is crying for no apparent reason for more than a couple of hours a day on most days, check with the doctor.
The doctor will want to rule out any other conditions, such as infections or inflammations, but it is likely your baby simply has colic.
Providing the baby is feeding well, gaining weight, and is generally healthy there shouldn’t be any problems.
Infantile colic - common signs and symptoms
intense, prolonged and inconsolable crying in a healthy baby
baby's stomach is hard and distended with knees pulled to the chest, clenched fists and an arched back
sleeplessness / exhaustion
Infantile colic: Red Flag Symptoms
poor weight gain
permanent irritabillity (crying all day with only few calm periods in between)
weak, shrill or high pitched crying
excessive vomiting which is yellow-greenish or contains blood
change in stools (constipation or diarrhoea, mucus or blood present)
abnormal rise in body temperature
sunken or bulging fontanelle
lethargy (excessive sleepiness, lack of smiles / interest, weak sucking)