Colic and Breast Feeding If you have a colicky baby and are breast feeding, this guide will help you identify the most common colic causing foods that you can eliminate from your diet.
Colic and Formula Feeding If you have a colicky baby and formula feed, this guide will help you choose the best formula for your baby.
Colic - MayoClinic.com Colic is often defined as crying more than three hours a day, three days a week for more than three weeks in an otherwise well-fed, healthy baby.
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COLIC What Is Colic? Colic is the occurrence of severe or excessive bouts of crying or fussiness in an otherwise healthy baby. It is a common condition and usually begins in babies at about 2 weeks of age and lasts till 3-4 months of age.
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Colic in Babies, Every Parents Nightmare The constant crying of a colicky baby is heart-rending. It comes at a particularly bad time, when expectations for enjoying a newborn are cruelly dashed. It can make a new parent feel distressed and ineffective if nothing seems to help. It is also exhausting for those parents who find themselves walking the boards day and night in an attempt to soothe their little ones.
Facts about Infant Colic The cause of colic isn't known, although many people believe that an immature digestive system may be the problem. Indeed, we know that an infant's digestive tract doesn't have all of the enzymes or digestive juices needed for breaking down food.
Infant Colic Colic can strike any infant between 2 weeks to 6 months of age. It usually disappears on its own accord when the baby is 6 months old. Medical science cannot confirm the causes of colic. Some of the possible suspects are an immature digestive system, stomach spasms, immature nervous system, gas pain, imbalance in hormones, allergy to formula milk, exposure to pollution or cigarette smoke, tension or emotional stress in the baby's environment.