is for parents who need tips and advice for treating colic, and hopefully find out why their babe cry.

Colic is a “brokenhearted” crying in an otherwise healthy newborn baby. A child with colic cries more often and for longer than other babies. Usually colic gets better on its own and most babies “grow out of it” by the age of six months.

You may find the indication of colic very stressful to manage, particularly if it’s your first child. It can be difficult to manage with the constant crying, or to comfort your baby. It is important to look after yourself, get support and to take a break if things get on top of you.

The precise reasons why your baby may develop colic aren’t fully understood at present. However, there are a number of possible causes and the main ones are listed below:

  • If you smoke during pregnancy, your baby may be more likely to get colic.
  • Your baby may have painful indigestion or wind.
  • Your baby may be sensitive to either lactose in breast milk or cows’ milk protein in formula milk. This can cause intolerance while your baby’s digestive system is developing during the first few months of life.
  • Your baby may be more sensitive than other babies. This can mean that he or she is more sensitive to their environment or to being over-stimulated.




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