Colic





Babies cry - it's a fact of life. They cry when they're hungry, when they're tired, when their nappies are wet or dirty, when their tummies are upset, when they're too hot or too cold or just plain bored. They cry morning, noon, and night. Eventually, their exhausted parents start to "learn" what those different types of crying mean, and start to figure out how to soothe them - and, blessedly, stop the endless crying.

But some babies don't stop crying - at least, not very easily. They may cry inconsolably for hours at a time, and nothing that their parents do - or don't do - seems to work. All babies cry, but for colicky babies, crying is extreme and uncontrollable. And for the parent of a colicky baby, those crying jags can seem endless - and can feel drive parents to feeling like they're on the edge of losing their minds.

 

  • Colic - How to comfort your baby
    Colic - How to comfort your baby
  • Colic - Experts tips
    Colic - Experts tips
  • Where to get more help
    Where to get more help
  • Myths about colic
    Myths about colic
  • Coping with a colicky baby
    Coping with a colicky baby
  • Take care of Mum and Dad, too!
    Take care of Mum and Dad, too!
  • When to call the doctor
    When to call the doctor
  • What is colic?
    What is colic?
  • What causes colic?
    What causes colic?

 


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