About Newborn Colic
colic is a condition that causes bouts of prolonged crying, apparent
abdominal pain and marked irritability in an infant. Newborn colic usually
occurs in the third to fourth week after birth and can last up to three
to four months in some cases. As newborn colic is not a serious medical
condition and that it disappears on its own after a few weeks, parents
need not worry a lot.
Food items such as beans, cabbage, cauliflower, brussel sprouts, broccoli, radishes, eggs, onions, and green peppers that promote gas formation is considered one of the other causes of newborn colic. In addition, dairy products, citrus fruits, chocolate, tomatoes, caffeine containing items such as coffee, tea and sodas, and seafood are some of the other food items considered a cause of newborn colic.
Symptoms of newborn colic begin to appear around two to four weeks of age. Babies crying continuously for about three or more hours, three or more days in a week is one of the common symptoms of newborn colic. The symptoms of newborn colic can last until the baby reaches three to six months of age. Over-the-counter remedies such as gripe water are one of the medications widely used to cure the symptoms of newborn colic. The all natural ingredients of this medication used to cure the symptoms of newborn colic, helps relieve excessive gas trapped in the intestines which can otherwise cause painful cramping.
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