Child Psychology and Behaviour

Baby cries before sleep

Jasmeet Kaur
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Updated on Nov 25, 2016

My 2 month old baby cries a lot before sleeping especially at night. it takes a lot of time and effort to calm her down and make her sleep. please help why does it happen so.

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Neha Srivastava

| Nov 25, 2016

She may have gastric problem. Always make him burp after every feed by tapping on her back. Do cycling of legs exercise for release of gas. You urself eat ajwain n black salt after every meal coz it will help ur baby to form less gas when she will drink ur milk. You can also give gastric drops like ranitidine by consulting a doc.

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Soniya Sharma

| Nov 25, 2016

it's normal dear , if baby is crying before sleeping den it's not colic , baby feels uncomfortable bec of sleepiness datsy dey get irritated ...go in a dark room , try to feed baby so dat baby asleep during feeding ,if not use cradle or just shake in ur lap ...

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Ramyashree Bhatt

| Nov 25, 2016

My baby also used to cry a lot till 3 months,especially in evening.. doctor said its colic,and some babies cry without any reason... u can use cradle or jhola to make baby to sleep...

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Yash Sri Gupta

| Nov 25, 2016

yes, it may be colic. massage the tummy of your baby clockwise. Also, you can try woodwards gripe water. I gave same to my daughter and she felt better. as your daughter is only 2 month old, give her 1. 5-2 ml 3 times a day. it is not allopathy. as per my knowledge doesn't have any side-effects. For more information check on Google.

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Jasmeet Kaur

| Nov 25, 2016

yes, i have to carry her and roam about to calm her and make her fall asleep. I regularly do the exercise of cyclic movements to release gas. Please suggest some more measures too to ease her. Also I will talk to doc as suggested. Thank you.

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RA P

| Nov 25, 2016

it may be colic. some babies are night colic. they cry around the same time every night. carrying the baby until he falls asleep is one solution. Colicaid drops are recommended but check with your paediatrician once. while massaging do cyclic motions to help the baby release gas..

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