whats all this infacol,why no-one mention colief

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I have bought Colief not tried yet,yet everyone mentions infacol,is colief bad or something

Am curious to the answer
Ta
 
coleifs fine hun infacol is chep and more wodely known i didnt think it was that great tbh but alfie didnt have colic was just tight with his wind
 
Arr I see

I thought it was expensive I think it was £10 have got it now and will use then,i thought it was bad for a minute or two there.

Thanks
 
Infacol is about £4 and it worked for me. I never tried Colief so I can't comment on it.
 
Problem with colief is the price (£10 as opposed to £3) and you have to put it in 30 minutes before a feed. Now if your LO is like mine and wants a feed as soon as his eyes open then waiting 30 minutes whilst he's screaming his head off is not good....

If your LO is a bit more patient than mine then yes probably good and I believe you can get it on prescription too
 
It also doesnt work I have found that out I am heading off to get infacol
waste of a tenner
 
carpwoman said:
I have bought Colief not tried yet,yet everyone mentions infacol,is colief bad or something

Am curious to the answer
Ta

i find gripe water is very effective and cheap
you can use it when LO is a month
 
chaelihol said:
carpwoman said:
I have bought Colief not tried yet,yet everyone mentions infacol,is colief bad or something

Am curious to the answer
Ta

i find gripe water is very effective and cheap
you can use it when LO is a month

gripe water makes alice throw up :think:
My mum used to swear by dipping my dummy in it to get me to go off to sleep!

im an infacol fan!
 

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