9 responses

  1. Ansari
    April 11, 2011

    My baby have trouble in stomach gas problem, I gave him Neopeptine he’s fine. Thanks you Neopeptine Drops.

  2. Ujjal
    April 20, 2011

    My baby is in 2 yrs only and having NEOPEPTINE drops for her Gas problem. May continue this medicine for regular after meal?
    Is there any affect to using daily after Meal.

  3. amrita
    April 23, 2011

    i am giving neopeptine to my 5 week old baby after food twice daily…..but it seems that he doesn’t like the taste and acts that will vomit sometimes he does also….so what should i do

  4. mom
    April 23, 2011

    Hi Ujjal,

    I’m no doctor, but I don’t think you should be giving this regularly. However, you should try Bonnisan, if you think there is a need to support his digestion with something regular. It worked miracles for us.

    Hi Amrita,

    I don’t know what you should do, because every baby is different, but vomitting in itself is not such a big deal for a 5 week old. Nisarga used to quite regularly drink far more than he could cope with and return some, so to say. Our supply is also quite strong at that time, so its quite easy for the little one to throw up some. Very likely, if its on its way up, adding neopeptine only hastens the process.

    Burping helps a lot with this. If you burp him well, the chances become far less that he will throw up. Hang in there. Before you know it, you’ll have found your feet.


  5. Ashu
    June 1, 2013

    Thanx for this my baby gurv is now ok

    January 22, 2014

    what is the dosages of neopeptine drop for 22 month baby

    • mom
      January 23, 2014

      I am not a doctor, but I used to give my son around 8-10 drops or so.

  7. shkaali
    February 23, 2014

    my baby is 25 days and he is craying all the time
    and there is sound in his stomach
    all the day he is trying to pass the gasses but he cant
    i tryed infacol but it not working with him
    the bonnissan before or after feeding ?

    • mom
      February 25, 2014

      You could try both ways it isn’t a medicine with risks of overdose as such, but it will probably help more to rub clockwise circles on his back very gently – use fingertips – that gently. Also try moving his legs like he was cycling and squatting. All this will help the gas move.

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