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5 Week Old Baby Crying Excessively And Very Fussy
Why is my 7 week old baby crying forth during bottle-feed? Sometimes he coughs, arches back and seems like he gets a tummy ache. Reflux?
A fussy infant or child is one who may be more irritable than usual. She may not eat as much as usual and may have trouble sleeping. A fussy baby may have an infection, teeth coming in, a tummy ache, or just be distressed due to a change of schedule or "having a bad day". If it persists or she can't sleep or eat anything, ...Read more
5 week old baby gets gassy & fussy after eating so simalic sensitive. We were told to switch to nutramigem is this gonna hurt him if nonot the issue?
My 6 week old baby had a dark green to blue poop and has been crying all day very fussy and not sleeping well?
Hard to say: Since babies are pooping laying down & don't have much abdominal muscle power, they may fuss just to push things out. They may be spooked by the sensation. They may cramp with the process. Until they are old enough to ask we often never know. ...Read more
5w old fussy ALL THE TIME. She feeds well but sleeps most of the time. Crying when awake just wants to be held. Clay-like poop with soy formula.
See pediatrician: It is very normal or 5 weeks old baby to feed and sleep Being fussy shows baby needs mother contact. Clay like poop needs to be investigated,there may be some liver disease or obstruction to bile flow and jaundice. You should discuss this with your doctor and get investigated ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I started giving my 5 week old baby infant Gaviscon two days ago. Since then, his poos have become quite solid. Is that ok? Thank you
My newborn baby that 19, days old and she keeps crying I think she constipated, what can I give my new infant baby for the pain. Can suppositories use?
Constipation: Is hard and infrequent stools. You can give a glycerin suppository once and see igf that helps. Baby may be crying if mom is breastfeeding and drinking milk, eating dairy. If using milk based formula then can also cause tummy ache. Baby could be colicky too. Go see your doctor and discuss this. You will feel better and so will baby! ...Read more
It gets easier with: Time to interpret your baby's cries. Unfortunately, when babies cry they swallow air. The smooth muscle of the intestine isn't synchronized yet to pass the air out. If baby seems gag when starting to nurse, he may need a burp. I'll ask my arabic-speaking daughter to help explain the " football hold" or "colic carry" to you to help baby pass gas. When all else fails, allow your baby to self-calm. ...Read more
Our 4 week old baby is crying excessively and is in alot of pain due to stomach cramps and gas. When is it necessary to go to the ER? We only have Gripe water at hand and its not helping.
Helpful AAP website:: http://www.healthychildren.org/english/ages-stages/baby/crying-colic/pages/responding-to-your-babys-cries.aspx. If your pediatrician says she's healthy. With normal head & body growth, allow her to self-calm on her back in her crib. Leave the room & go relax once you've tried feeding, burping & changing her diaper. You'll soon learn how much stimulation she can tolerate. ...Read more
Safety: It is always safer to keep your eyes on the road than to try dealing with a crying baby. Some mothers position stick on mirrors where they can assess the immediate needs of the child with a glance. If needed, pull off the road and tend the child safely before returning to the road. The baby needs to stay properly positioned, rear facing in the seat at all times when traveling. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My baby is almost 3 weeks old. She was up all night screaming and crying and she's still fussy. Should we be concerned?
4 weeks old baby is crying after hepatitis b vaccination, she has been fussy for 2 days after. Eats well but sleeps lesser than normal in day time. Is this a problem?
How long can I leave my 2-month-old baby crying without hurting her vocal cord? When cries her face's all red and looks as if she's suffocating?
Too young for crying: A 2-month-old baby is still too young to be left crying. Parents should still do all the things they need to do to console the young baby. They should be sure the baby is not too hungry, not too full, not too cold, not too hot, not sick, not wrapped too tightly, and not too lonely. After the baby turns 3 months, parents can start stricter "bedtime" routines, as by as, most babies can be trained. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dear Sir, My 35 day old Baby crying heavily. In Stools report, PUS cells is 10-15/H.P.F. also Fatty acids positive. She pass urine & stools 15+ time?
5 days old new born baby, crying during night, most of the time, even having drink breast milk, may know the cause, is it ok if we give gripe water?
My 4 month old baby is bring really fussy and butting on his fingers and crying most of the day is this teething how soon for his first tooth?
Concur: Dr schneider is absolutely correct. 2 other pieces of advice: 1) never put your child to bed with a bottle containing anything but water 2)1st dental check-up age 1. Would advise seeing a pediatric dental specialist for all the same reasons you take your child to a pediatric medical specialist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My four month old baby has smelly black tarry stools. She has recently started formula fully. Very fussy and crying. Any ideas?
Bleeding: Black tarry stool indicates bleeding from the intestines. The most common cause of GI bleeding in babies is milk protein intolerance. Your 4 months old just started formula which contain cow milk protein that may be causing black tarry stool. Need to be evaluated by your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No, not blue: Babies do not normally have blue stools. The stools are usually yellow or yellow-green. Blue would be odd, so a parent can take a fresh diaper with the blue stool to the doctor to look at. The doctor will want to know if the baby is happy, what the baby is eating, and whether the blue color occurs with 2 different brands of diapers. ...Read more
Varies too much: If there are no medical problems to prevent breastfeeding, then breastfeeding is the goal. In nature, a mother would not and does not know how much a breastfed baby is eating. A 5-wk old eats when he wants to. That's the way it should be for normal, growing babies. Only if there is a problem do we calculate DAILY feedings (amounts vary greatly!!).... around 100-120 mL per kg of current weight. ...Read more