Fridababy The Windi Gas & Colic Relief, 10 ct.

SKU# 22394

Fridababy The Windi Gas & Colic Relief, 10 ct.

SKU# 22394
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A drug-free solution for colic, constipation, and other gas-related problems, The Windi does not require ingestion of any drops or medication. The Windi is a single-use catheter that helps babies get rid of gas.
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Fridababy The Windi Gas & Colic Relief, 10 ct.
$16.99
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This product is FSA eligible

A drug-free solution for colic, constipation, and other gas-related problems, The Windi works instantly and does not require ingestion of any drops or medication. The Windi is a single-use catheter that helps babies get rid of excess gas.

Designed to be safe and effective, The Windi cannot harm your baby if used as instructed. Most pediatric professionals are familiar with the method of using a rectal thermometer to relieve gas, colic, and constipation. The Windi is designed specifically for this purpose.

The soft, pliable, hollow tube features a rounded tip that is long enough to reach past the muscle that prevents the release of the gas and also has a stopper to prevent an insertion too far. Take your health to the next level with guaranteed FSA eligible Baby & Mom products.

  • Never leave The Windi in the rectum of the child!
  • Always discard The Windi after you have finished the treatment to prevent infection.
  • Reuse of the same Windi may pose a risk of infection.
  • Never use The Windi treatment more than three times per 24 hour period.
  • Always use baby oil on the tip of The Windi.
  • The Windi is not a toy – keep all parts out of reach of children.

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