Medications for colic in newborns
newborns causes bouts of prolonged crying, apparent abdominal pain and
marked irritability in an infant. Colic in newborns disturbs the parents
greatly, as the baby is always in distress for a long period. Colic
in newborns can begin to appear around the third or fourth week of birth
of the baby and usually disappears in a few weeks time, but in some
rare cases it can extend up to three to four months.
One of the other causes of colic in newborns is the under developed nervous system of infants which can cause some abdominal pain. Gas promoting food items such as beans, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, radishes, eggs, onions, and green peppers, is considered one of the other main causes of colic in newborns.Dairy products, citrus fruits, chocolate, tomatoes, caffeine containing items such as coffee, tea and sodas, and seafood are some of the other food items that are considered to cause colic in newborns.
Colic in newborns can be diagnosed around two to four weeks of age. Colic in newborns can result in a baby crying continuously for about three or more hours, three or more days in a week. The symptoms caused due to colic in newborns can remain prolonged for a period of up to three to six months of age. Gripe water is commonly used to cure the symptoms caused by colic in newborns, which helps relieve excessive gas trapped in the intestines and avoids painful cramps.
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