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mylicon drops have saved my baby from a lot of crying

Infants Gas Relief Simethicone 20 mg/0.3ml Drops Dye Free Generic for Mylicon 1 oz (30ML) 3 PACK Total 3 oz

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  • Mylicon gas relief drops is one item your baby medicine cabinet never should be with out! You just never know when your baby gets too much gas in their stomach and no matter what you do, you can't help them get it out. Mylicon gas relief drops helps ease the upset stomach from gas instantly!

    “I am extremely pleased with Colic Calm. It started working the first day that I gave it to my son. He still has gas, but it is under control now. I will never go back to using Mylicon or other gas drops like it. I am recommending Colic Calm to my friends and family for their babies. Thanks!”

  • Approximately 12,000 plastic 1 ounce bottles of Infants’ Mylicon Gas Relief Dye-Free Drops (simethicone-antigas) sold since October 5, 2008 have been recalled after it was discovered that some of the bottles could contain metal fragments.

    Mylicon Gas Drops is pricier than the rest but it really works. My son suffered from GERD and had difficulty with gas and passing bowel moevments. He spit up every feeding. The Mylicon really eased his discomfort. His cries would cease nearly immediately after a dose of mylicon.

  • Infant Mylicon Drops - Dye Free - 1 oz
    $15.99
    Discontinued by vendor

    Mylicon gas relief drops are manufactured by Johnson & Johnson-Merck Consumer Pharmaceuticals Co., which is a joint venture between Merck and Johnson & Johnson to market non-prescription products derived from Merck prescription medications.

simethicone drops - oral, mylicon drug monograph

has voluntarily recalled units of Gas Relief Dye Free (simethicone) non-staining drops due to the possible presence of metal fragments. The Infants' Mylicon Gas Relief Dye Free drops affected by this recall were sold in 1 oz. bottles distributed after October 5, 2008.