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My one month son was given more than the recommended dose of gas drops he seems fine but should i worry?

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Dr. Jennifer Atkins
Pediatrics

In brief: Problems not likely

It is unlikely that the gas drops whose active ingredients is most commonly simethicone will cause any harm. However, there is not any legitimate medical evidence to show that this medication in infants is actually effective so you may want to discuss with your pediatrician the need to continue.

In brief: Problems not likely

It is unlikely that the gas drops whose active ingredients is most commonly simethicone will cause any harm. However, there is not any legitimate medical evidence to show that this medication in infants is actually effective so you may want to discuss with your pediatrician the need to continue.
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