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Remedies For Excessive Crying
Infants normally cry a total of 1 - 3 hours a day. It is perfectly normal for an infant to cry in an attempt to communicate hunger, thirst, discomfort, tiredness, or loneliness. It is also normal for a baby to have a fussy period in the evening. However, if an infant cries too often it may suggest a ...Read more
> 1-3 hrs/day: Infants normally cry a total of 1 - 3 hours a day. It is perfectly normal for an infant to cry in an attempt to communicate hunger, thirst, discomfort, tiredness, or loneliness. It is also normal for a baby to have a fussy period in the evening. However, if an infant cries too often it may suggest a disorder that requires treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Beneficial: It is so normal to cry when grieving. It is a healthy and normal part of the process ! it helps detoxify the body and helps you process the grief. I am not sure what excessive crying is for you..Generally if you are crying after a month or two the same as in the first week or so you may be experiencing some depression. The homeoapthic remedy ignatia is wonderful to help with grieving....More... ...Read more
Can Zantac (ranitidine) 150mg cause depression? Took yesterday morning and feeling mentally, foggy, dull, tired, and excessive crying over smallest things.
Reported but rare: Depression has been occasionally reported with Zantac (ranitidine) but usually after taking for several days and more likely in "severely ill elderly patients." So if this was a reaction it is unusual; I wonder if you reacted to the fillers or binders instead of the medicine. This may just be a coincidence but the only way to find out would be to try it again... See http://tinyurl.com/j6dgq5u for more... ...Read more
No: No those activities should not cause a miscarriage. ...Read more
Can your eye sight get weak due to excessive crying? I've been depressed and thus been crying alotttt over the last few months.And lately my vision has
Excessive crying last night, and as a result my eyes were v. heavy. Have now noticed my left eye has slight blurred vision, also when right is closed?
What would cause diarrhea fever nose bleed loss of appetite and excessive crying in four month old baby?
None: Crying is not a disease, a lot of normal babies cry significant amount of time per day. However one has to ensure that baby is not hungry, does not have wet dirty diaper and does not suffer from any sickness for example: colic, allergies, diaper dermatitis, meningitis and many others. In such instances treating disease will help to decrease crying spells. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My10ygirl is crying by viginal pain like something bites i deworm her many times but stil pain no infection all test clear any treatment she is in pai?
Worms?: Do not rx ur own kids. U r treating the wrong oraface if u rx 4 worms c a gyn ...Read more
I took the full treatment of clindamycin 300 for a uti. Now i'm having burning and urgency again and its so bad i'm crying! help?
Schedule a visit: If you're having symptoms of a urinary track infection and you already been treated that it's important to see your doctor. Either you have something else other than a bladder infection or the bacteria was resistant to clindamycin. Your doctor will need to help sort this out for you. ...Read more
My daughter was crying really hard on sunday and now she has a broken blood vessel. Is there treatment?
My baby ws treated with antibiotic for an ear infection, she's still rubbin the ear but no crying, us this norm after treatment ?
Common problem: Many babies will have fluid left behind the eardrum for weeks after the germ is killed.That can produce a fealing fullness like when you are flying and need to pop your ears. Babies can also fail at treatment or re-infect. I encourage a followup visit to check the ear about 3-4 wks from the start of treatment in infants to be sure it worked. ...Read more
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