About Baby Colic, its Symptoms and Treatment Information
A condition that causes sharp, intermittent abdominal pains or cramps in newborn infants is called colic. This condition occurs due to the growth of the digestive systems of the baby.Usually all the internal organs and the body as a whole continue to develop after birth. Colic can occur in babies who are bottle-fed and in babies who have had a difficult birth.
Burping your baby during and after feedings may help relieve gas and minimize bouts of colic. Breastfeeding mothers should avoid foods such as broccoli and cauliflower which can cause gas in their babies. An immature central nervous system is considered one of the other causes for colic. As the nervous systems of the newborns are not fully developed, some babies may be hypersensitive to stimuli such as noise and light. This hypersensitivity can make the babies more prone to feeling wound up and stressed out, which results in long periods of crying. Keeping a calm environment may help minimize colic in some babies.
continuous crying lasting for about one to three hours at a time is
one of the common symptoms of colic. Face of the baby getting red is
one of the other symptoms of colic. Legs being pulled up to the stomach
and then fully stretched are some other symptoms of colic. Feet getting
cold, hands getting clenched sometimes, difficulty falling and staying
asleep are some of the other symptoms of colic. Refusing to eat or becoming
fussy soon after eating is one of the other symptoms of colic. Lifting
the head or legs and passing gas is one of the other symptoms of colic.
Feeling uncomfortable and appearing to be in pain always is one of the
other symptoms of colic.
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