In real terms, colic is a sweeping diagnosis given to a baby that is excessively crying. It is important to understand that colic is not a condition itself, rather a collection of symptoms.
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If your baby won’t stop crying for hours on end, it can be a sign of colic. “Babies with colic will often cry loudly, and sustain their crying for long periods of time. These marathon crying fits can occur on a...
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Colic is also a term often used to describe long periods of crying that mostly reoccurs in the early evening and this seems to be a phenomena that affects many babies around a similar time in the evening.
It was at 3am one night and my first born, Mae, had been crying relentlessly, I remember bursting into tears and crying non-stop. I felt like ‘my one was broken’; I was broken. I reached out to friends at this point and booked into the doctor as I realised it was more than just a crying baby.
Reflux can be a living nightmare, for everyone involved. For baby, it's understandably and often relentlessly horrendous, and for the parents, it's incredibly upsetting. The feeling of helplessness coupled with...