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What Can I Do to Relieve Trapped Wind?

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Trapped wind is relieved by taking an anti-flatulent that contains simethicone, which breaks down the bubbles of gas causing the bloated feeling. It is however advisable to consult a medical practitioner before taking any medication and for the diagnosis of any underlying disease which may be the cause.
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One can take anti-flatulent products that contain dimethicone or simethicon. Seek the advice of a professional doctor.
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