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Constant crying
My son is 1.5 month old and since last night he is continuously crying. He is passing motion regularly and is burping is also gud. No pain in any part. Made sure by touching each part of the body. Currently giving colicaid. Please suggest.
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Dr. Poonam M Sambhaji
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As a mother we should know 7 reasons why baby will cry. 1. Colic, 2. Wet cloths 3, bite 4. Trauma, 5 fever , 6. Hunger, 7 warmth and TLC tender loving care. Please rule out this things, and if baby still continues to cry please visit pediatrician. Disclaimer "This provisional advice provided by me stands subject to the patient undergoing a physical examination and is based entirely on inputs provided by patient/attendants. The patient is advised for physical examination at earliest"
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Ashwani Koul
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Its only a guess work that i can do without examining the child. The usual reasons for crying are for feeds or if the nappies are wet. If you have checked those, i suggest you see a nearby pediatrician. As there could be a thousand reasons for a baby crying. Check baby,s temperature-if hands or feet are cold. Feed adequately for 20mins on the breast. Make sure clothes are dry. All these are checked.. Even then If he is crying take him to a pediatrician.
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