Got an infant who cries for hours and resists your every effort to soothe those tears? Read on for the signs of colic, the causes and remedies to get you and your baby through this difficult situation.
Colic should go away by the time your baby is 4 months old. Until then, try these tips. They may give both of you some relief.
Colic is a condition that causes pain in your infant's gastrointestinal tract. Fortunately, it rarely lasts beyond your baby's third month, and usually, peaks at about four to six weeks of age.
If the crying does not stop but intensifies and persists throughout the day or night, it may be caused by colic. Here are some tips to help ease your little one's discomfort.
Babies cry. This is normal. This is real. This is uncomfortable. So, as a new mama, don’t be alarmed if your baby likes to cry. But when does normal crying turn into something more? What if baby colic is what you’re dealing with? Read on, there is...
First and foremost, having a colicky baby is hard. It’s trying on your nerves, makes you feel as if you’re crazy at times and it’s important to take that needed break as much as you need to. Here are ways to calm you colicky baby.