Flatulex -can we use it for infant?

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19 Feb 2012

Flatulex drops is an antiflatulent used to treat too much gas in the stomach and intestines. It can be safely given to infants - follow the dosage instructions on the packet.
http://www.drugs.com/mtm/flatulex.html

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