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How to Deal with a Colic Baby?

How to deal with a Colic baby?

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What is Colic?

Colic Baby

This is the situation in which a healthy child frequently tears for no apparent reason. It's characterized as sobbing for over three hours every day, something like three days of the week for over three weeks. Once in a while, there's no way to assuage your child's crying. They are overseeing Colic can add pressure to currently unseasoned parents. Colic can begin half a month after birth. It's, for the most part, the most awful, somewhere in the range of 4 and a month and a half old enough.

Symptoms of Colic Baby

· Crying for no apparent reason. For example, they're not hungry or don't need a diaper change
· Clenching their fists
· Crying like they're in pain
· Turning bright red when crying

What is the cause of Colic?

Pain from gas
Overfeeding or underfeeding
Food allergies
Family stress

Treatment for Colicky Babies.

Feeding your baby

Try different brands, if one formula is not suitable for them
Try to give them smaller meals
Avoid feeding your baby too quickly
Try to provide them in an upright position


Avoid caffeine and chocolate
Avoid dairy products if they are allergic to it
Keep the track of what you eat or drink
If you are taking any medicines, please consult your doctor first

Holding your Baby

Hold your baby in the evening
Hold your baby while walking
If they have gas, hold them upright
Swing your baby in your arms or use an infant swing

Comforting your Baby

Make sure he is not hungry
Provide skin to skin contact
Play some music, and some baby's feel relaxed
Rub the baby's back
Sing or talk to your baby
Give your baby a warm bath
Go for a drive with your baby
Colic doesn't cause any long or short-term problems for your baby, but the colic baby is difficult to manage sometimes for parents.

Checklist for Consultation with a Pediatrics

1.I'm worried about my baby's colic.
2. How can I feed my kid in such a way that it doesn't have colic?
3. After a meal, should I keep my infant in an upright position for a predetermined amount of time?
4. My infant seems to be in pain. Is there a decent way to hold them to alleviate their discomfort?
5. Is it safe to give medicine to my kid if they are sick?
6. When my kid screams, what can I do to keep myself from becoming enraged or frustrated?

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