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PostHeaderIcon Common reasons of baby cry

Crying is very common habitant for a new born baby. As they can’t talk, they can’t write, they can’t tell what they need so instead, they cry. Sometimes there is no such real reason for baby crying but continuous crying of a baby can make its parents anxious, frustrated, helpless and even angry to think about the cause of crying. Some of the very common reasons of baby crying are:

  • Hunger: Crying is a signaling procedure to understand its parent that it need to feed now. Some common signs which denote the baby is hungry, are fussing, smacking of lips and putting their hands to their mouth. If parents are not sure whether their baby is hungry or not, offer a feed in crying time and see what happens.
  • Need Diaper Change: Some babies can bother dirty diaper for a while or some can’t. So, wet and dirty diaper is a cause of crying. Parents should be careful about this matter because if diaper is not changed timely, it can cause off nappy rash and other several diseases.

PostHeaderIcon Colic

Colic is not a disease; it is an unexplained problem of baby crying which occurs usually after 2 weeks of baby born and continues till the age of 5 months. According to the survey, 10-20% of infants are suffering from colic. Male babies are more affected than the female one and probability of colic is high for the first child of the family. This condition arises intermittently but frequently in the late afternoon or evening. Usually baby is crying more than three hours a day, three days in a week and more than three weeks for well-fed and healthy baby.

The common syndromes of colic are:

  • Predictable Crying: Fussing and crying is very common for infants but a baby who has colic often crying certain time and the cry is loud and continuous that turn their faces red than pale.
  • Posture Change: Crying babies may change its posture by arching its back, extending its legs, clenching its fists etc.
  • Burp or Bowel movement: The condition end with burp or a bowel movement. Belch or split up excessively also a sign of relieve.
  • Others: Passing gas, difficulty of passing stool, making a rumbling sound etc also denote the colic condition of a baby.

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PostHeaderIcon Tell the difference between the signs of colic

Colic is a general condition in many newborn babies. The baby cry for long periods of time (3-5 hours without stopping, more than 3 times a week for over a month) and repeatedly. It can be frustrating for parents to deal with this type of behavior and it is also exhausting for the baby itself.

First of all parents and caregivers of infant babies that cry need to tell the difference between the reasons for the baby crying and find out whether it is crying due to colic pain, which can be simple or cruel. Secondly, they need to be aware that colic is common and is not a disorder – even though there is no absolute solution to the problem for colic, there are different techniques that have proven effective in calming crying babies and giving parents of newborns the tranquillity they need.

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