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Member Forum >> Bowel Flora and Digestive Health >> L. reuteri and Infantile Colic (article)
 L. reuteri and Infantile Colic (article)
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Posted: 3/13/2019 11:15:01 PM
 
Don’t know if anyone has seen this yet, so I thought I’d post the link.
95% success with L. reuteri and 7% success with the simethicone control.  Don’t need no stinkin’ statistician to tell you whether the difference is significant or not! 

Sure wish I had this option when my son was a baby, 25 years ago!  A colicky baby is a pretty miserable one. 
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