10 things you need to know about your baby’s gas

7 Some gas isn’t normal

There are some symptoms to watch for that may indicate that your infant’s gas isn’t normal.

Although gas is rarely a cause for concern, if your baby has a temperature higher than than 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or less than 96.8 degrees Fahrenheit, cries for more than two hours without relief, seems to be in pain, or refuses to eat for more than a couple of hours as a newborn, you may want to call a pediatrician. Other indicators that may warrant a doctor visit include significant gas after eating that may require a dietary changediarrhea and gas after feeding, blood in the stool, or gas that smells foul or sour, rather than sulfurous, which may indicate a stomach infection called gastroenteritis.

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