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Is it normal that my baby doesn't stop crying?
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Dr. Mark Diamond
Pediatrics
In brief: No
I believe that a crying baby is telling us that something is bothering them, whether it is gas, acid reflux or other stuff.
A careful history usually can determine the cause, which then can be corrected.

In brief: No
I believe that a crying baby is telling us that something is bothering them, whether it is gas, acid reflux or other stuff.
A careful history usually can determine the cause, which then can be corrected.
Dr. Mark Diamond
Dr. Mark Diamond
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In brief: Yes
Unfortunately, up to 4 hours in a row is expected for a colicky baby.
Colics are less common in breast fed babies (forgot to add that to the "advantages of breast feeding" answer!), and the only thing i found that works consistently is a car ride (with the baby, not away from her!).

In brief: Yes
Unfortunately, up to 4 hours in a row is expected for a colicky baby.
Colics are less common in breast fed babies (forgot to add that to the "advantages of breast feeding" answer!), and the only thing i found that works consistently is a car ride (with the baby, not away from her!).
Dr. Anatoly Belilovsky
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