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Infacol Colic Drops 50ml Save 50% was £2.68 now £1.34 @ Sainsburys

£1.34 @ Sainsbury's
If like me you have a new born who needs Infacol, this is a very good price if buying in bulk. Read More
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
If like me you have a new born who needs Infacol, this is a very good price if buying in bulk.
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#1
Or get it on prescription for free.
#2
Thrud111
Or get it on prescription for free.


Can you actually get Infacol on prescription??

Surely thats like getting strepsils on prescription
#3
you can get it on prescription. Think you can also get stuff like nipple cream which is about £10 a tube on prescription
#4
I didnt know you could get this on prescription..... Thanks
#5
We've just started using this with our newborn son to relieve his often trapped wind - Not really seeing any results so far but he takes it well... although it's funny to see his wee face go all confused at the sudden taste of orange when all he'd had was milk!! :? :-D
#6
Stukka
We've just started using this with our newborn son to relieve his often trapped wind - Not really seeing any results so far but he takes it well... although it's funny to see his wee face go all confused at the sudden taste of orange when all he'd had was milk!! :? :-D


This along with infanct gaviscon has been a bit of a life saver as he was not keeping any milk down!!!
#7
i found this to be great for my LO in the early days great price
#8
IMO this stuff is a waste of time and money, but still a cheap price for those who want it, so heat added. I remember those days, when you will try ANYTHING, lol :-(
#9
Gball
IMO this stuff is a waste of time and money, but still a cheap price for those who want it, so heat added. I remember those days, when you will try ANYTHING, lol :-(


I find it hit and miss, boy wonder does tend to bring the old wind up a little better sometimes with it. Gripe water is still much better but obviously its down to their age.

Detinox do an equivalent but I found that a complate waste of time made no difference at all.
#10
This worked a TREAT with our little one .. and with another on the way I think I'll stock up! Voted hot, thanks.
#11
We found Dentinox worked better, was amazed when you put this into a freshly shook bottle full of bubbles that it turned flat as soon as it was introduced.
#12
Thanks for this. Been using this on my week old baby girl and it seems to do the trick, so will go and stock up!

Heat added!!:thumbsup:
#13
One dropper full of this did the trick at first for my boy (4wks on Monday), but were finding we need to give him the extra one now (as mentioned on pack) to get the same effect. Nothing worse then a baby that wont wind!
#14
awesome price my little boys goes thru it like no ones business

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