The gas pains of newborn babies due to underdeveloped digestive systems make it difficult for both babies and parents. Infantile colic disease, known as gas pains in infants, is one of the good clinical conditions due to spontaneous healing. Ebru Gözer emphasized that this disease is less common in infants receiving breast milk. If your baby's crying is not the reason for hunger and crying by pulling more feet towards the belly, he said it could cause gas pains. Gözer, "increased abdominal swelling, bowel sounds, vomiting, constipation or frequent pooing are among the symptoms of gas pains," he said.“There is not a single factor that can be accepted continuously for colic, and therefore no treatment can provide continuous relief, Dr. said Dr. Gözer continued the agreement by saying that inappropriate environment for the baby, that is, the conflict of parents, could cause gas pains: “Some babies are sensitive to colic. Colic attacks develop in up to 30% of infants with gas complaints. Attacks have been observed to be associated with hunger, excessive nutrition, or the ingestion of ingested air bağ. Gözer stressed that the problem may be related to the mother's diet due to the digestive system. Dr. Gözer, soy, coffee, nuts, peanuts, chocolate, shellfish, broccoli, green pepper and spicy foods can develop allergic reaction, he added. Emphasizing that the baby has an important place among the reasons of being restless. Gözer, evlilik conflicts in the family about marriage, the mother's inability to spend time with the baby, not being able to deal with the baby and stress are risk factors, “he said. The babies of mothers who have health problems during pregnancy and who perform tramvatic birth carry risk. Dr. Gözer, improper environment for the baby, that the conflict of parents may cause gas pains, he said.Dr. Dr. Gözer made recommendations to prevent gas pains: - The nursing mother should take care of feeding. Cigarettes, coffee, tea, chocolate, spicy foods, foods that the mother has digestive problems, dried pulses, shellfish, citrus fruits, cabbage, broccoli, peas, such as foods that cause gas problems increases. - Babies should be breastfed in the upright position. It should be breastfeeded in sufficient time. Feeding more or less should be avoided. - After feeding, the gas should be removed by stroking the back in vertical position or by hitting the back with light tips with finger tips. - The baby should not be kept in the breast for a long time. The bottle hole must be compatible with the baby's bear. It should not flow too fast or be forced to suck. If there is a complaint of gas and constipation, food can be changed. It should be remembered that if you have a family history of food allergy, skin allergies, vomiting, loss of appetite, bloody stools, and inability to gain weight may cause milk allergy. When the dairy products are removed from the mother's diet, clinical findings improve. - Almost every time the baby should be breastfed to feel safe, but after a large amount of milk vomiting with vomiting should be calmed for a while. Visual, auditory and tactile stimuli will be useful if you lightly dance on the lap or by shaking, caressing. You should avoid excessive shaking. - Laying on your abdomen, laying on the arm with your face facing the ground can relieve you. Babies who have a high desire to suckle can also be given a short-term pacifier to keep them calm after feeding.