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Treatment for gas, belching, and bloating depends on what is causing the excess gas.  Changes in how your child eats and what your child eats may help. Your child can reduce the amount of air that he or she swallows by not smoking, not chewing gum, and eating and drinking slower.  It may help to limit or avoid the foods that cause gas.  Over-the-counter digestive enzymes may help digest carbohydrates and allow your child to eat certain foods that normally cause gas.  Additionally, over-the-counter antacid medications can help remove gas from your child’s digestive tract.
The treatment for upper and lower GI conditions depends on the condition type, extent of the condition, and magnitude of your child’s symptoms.  Upper and lower GI conditions can be treated in a variety of ways including lifestyle changes, dietary changes, medications, and surgery.  Your doctor will discuss appropriate treatment options with you if your child is diagnosed with a GI disorder.

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