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My baby seems to cry all the time. I took her to the Dr. and he said that everything os ok. He said sometimes babies will just cry. I am not sure what to do is this normal? Someone told me she might be colliky (not sure how to spell it) How can you tell? Maybe I should get a second opinion. Does anyone have some suggestions? 1 Fox21
What are you feeding your baby? 2 betty
Formula, why? 3 Fox21
In my non-professional experience sometimes formula can make a baby collicky or cry all the time. Basicly thier tummy hurts. Try switching formulas it may help. Do it gradually by mixing old with new. Hope it helps just remeber deep breaths it will get better. 4 betty
Thanks I'll give it a try. 6 Fox21
Believe it or not it seems to be helping we'll give it another week and i'll let you know. 7 Fox21
Well thats good. 8 betty
i want to see the newborn baby 9 sweetpeas
Sweetpeas - I would love to show you some pictures but I don't have any way to put them on the internet. Oh and by the way Betty they are doing much better now. 10 Fox21
My nephew had colic for a couple of months. Here are some suggestions: 1. Try wrapping your baby snuggly in a blanket. 2. give your baby a warm bath. 3. Do not overfeed baby. 4. Give your baby infant gas relief drops. 5. Lay your baby on her tummy (across your legs) and pat her back. If none of these seem to work, you might need to change the type of formula. If that doesn't work, get a second opinion. Colic is common for babies under 6 months of age. Good luck!! 11 MOM TO BE
6/22/2005
my baby is 3 and he crys an whole lote to 12 redgirl691
6/23/2005
well i havent actually had a baby yet im 3 1/2 months pregnant and i would worry if my baby was just crying. 13 jessica
7/26/2005
I am over 5 months so far, I was told that its the way you carry your baby, If you are stressed through your pregnancy, your baby will be to but if you carry well and are a calm person, so will your baby, for future mummys, try not to get stressed out!! But I think breast feeding is the way to go, so much cheaper!!! 14 northern meadow
7/28/2005
Some babies just cry a lot. My first son cried all the time and it drove me nuts. He is four now and still cries more than my newborn who rarely cries at all. They are like chalk and cheese! 15 Arlee
10/8/2005
YOUR BABY COULD BE ALLERGIC TO SOME THING IN THE HOME MY SON DID THAT WHEN HE WAS AND INFANT AND HE WAS ALLERGIC TO CATS WE WERE AT MY SISTERS FOR 3 WEEKS AND THE WHOLE TIME HE CRIED WE GOT NO SLEEP THEY THOUGHT IT WAS THE MILK THE DOCTORS SWITCHED HIS FORMULA AND WHEN WE CAME HOME HE STOPPED IT WAS THE CATS. SO CHANGE THINGS FOOD DETERGENTS SOAPS SHAMPOO CLEANERS ANIMALS CATS ARE THE MOST POPULAR ONES YOUD BE ALERGIC TO . GOOD LUCK AND HOPE EVERY THING WORKS OUT . MY BOY TAKES ZYRTEC FOR HIS ALLERGY. 16 KIM
4/26/2006
some tiems babys cry because of spiritual afects.. just somthing that came to mind. Not that thare is anything wrong with the baby at all For i don't blieve it would be the baby but more of whats going on spiriualy around the baby.. 17 Sushi
4/25/2007
It's natural to feel overwhelmed (or like the worst mommy on earth) if your newborn seems like she screams all the time, especially when nothing you do seems to comfort her. First, try to get a handle on why your baby may be crying. After checking for the obvious (hunger, poop, sleep), know that some infants are simply more sensitive to the sights and sounds of the world around them and crying is their way of letting you know they're distressed. If you can identify what specific stimuli may be triggering the meltdowns, you can tweak the environment to make your baby more comfortable. Is she sensitive to loud noises or too much light? Is she uneasy around strangers? She might even feel overwhelmed by too many toys around her nursery. If making subtle changes to your baby's surroundings doesn't help, look at the number of hours she spends crying. It's considered excessive for a baby to cry for three hours or more a day for three or more days a week. If this is the case, talk to your pediatrician -- your baby may have colic (which usually subsides by 3 or 4 months) or bad acid reflux, which can be treated with medication. Recognize that adjusting to a new baby -- especially a fussy one -- can be hard, particularly for first-timers, so it's important to take care of yourself too. This means accepting offers of help and getting as much rest as you can. If you find yourself becoming anxious during a crying spell, it's okay to put your baby down in a safe place for a few minutes while you collect yourself. Remember, even at this tender age, your baby picks up on your tension, and it will be much harder to soothe her if you aren't calm yourself. 18 sonamgupta2107
9/16/2017
Hello, I'm really sorry about your baby. I think you should go biotexcom. I hope they will help you. 19 Shannon_erwan
9/17/2017
Hi dear. I will share my experience with you. It's typical. They're going through some tough leaps developmentally and it's overwhelming for them at first until they adjust to this whole new world of sensations and stimulation. Just keep faith that it's temporary and you can only do what you can do. Mine started at 5 weeks and at 8 weeks he is definitely calmer with still a few fits occasionally. I guess babies tend to get most of their crying out in the first three months. We ended up swaddling, turning off lights, and playing familiar lullabies to calm him. He wouldn't even take a bottle without being swaddled and his face covered. It was worst at the end of the day. If you need to set baby in the crib and walk out of the room to collect yourself for a few minutes, do it momma. Don't feel AT ALL guilty. We've all been there. It gets better. And for any expert advice you can consult the best clinic in Ukraine Lotus Clinic. I have been there and it helped. 20 nisha332
9/22/2017

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