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baby cry

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Updated on Aug 07, 2019

my baby cries so much. all I understand is that she wants food. but she does not stop cry. why she crying. please help

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| Aug 24, 2019

thank you for your advices asha gupta Jazam Hussain Megha Ahuja Nita Shikha Batra many thanks! I see so much improvement already.

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| Aug 10, 2019

yes you are right that baby cries when they are hungry but if after feed also baby is still crying then may be baby is facing gastric problem. when baby cries continously then check that baby's stomach is tight or not. if yes it is tight then it is gas. rub hing on baby's stomach and move baby's legs in cycling position and also always while massasing. also move your hand in round movement on stomach while massasing. all this helps in releasing gas easily. tou You can use digestion and colic relief easy tummy roll on also. i am using it for my daughter. it is natural and easy to use and carry also specially when you are out. Effective also.

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| Aug 10, 2019

Might be your baby is crying because of some discomfort or may be due to colic pain. Because baby's mostly cry due to colic pain. Just move his legs with soft hands in cycling position. Warm bath do it will help ease the pain. Also apply ma ma erth tummy roll on. It will help baby pass gas and provide rapid relief from pain.

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| Aug 07, 2019

this could be because of colic too. pls do tummy time (baby lying on the tummy) and cycle like motion of legs with baby lying on her back. this will help in relieving gas.

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| Aug 07, 2019

hi Dhawal sharma ! a child doenst always cry ,only when she is hungry. she can cry when she needs to be picked up, or is in pain, is uncomfortable, or needs to be soothed. look for cues ,and u would understand soon. talk a lot with yr child, strengthen the bond.

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