My LO is 11 weeks old and has been fussy and colicky since about 2-3 weeks. He needs to be held almost all the time and is only happy when he is eating, sleeping or you are holding him and walking around. We discovered colic calm medicine early on and that seemed to work brilliantly for awhile. I thought we were getting to the end of the colic since he is almost 3 months, but the last 4-5 days he's been inconsolable. Screaming at all times, only happy when he is being held or fed. Works himself up into a frenzy sooo quickly. Luckily, his quiet time seems to bed at night but you are constantly having to attend to him during the day now, which is hard bc we have a 2-year- old too. My main question is if anyone else has experienced your LO relapsing before they outgrew the colic or does this mean I have a lot longer before he outgrows it, if at all?
just saw this online: noLinks://www.neatorama.com/neatobambino/2015/12/02/Pediatrician-Has-Mastered-the-Art-of-Calming-a-Crying-Baby/
i had a colicky baby back in 1999. he cried for 8 months and 2 days. i did not experience relapsing after that. i did not think i would make it through. (single mom since day 1) i think i have PTSD from it. all is well now, he is a very smart, very loving 16 year old. i have heard from a lot of people that colicky babies are the most loving, sweet people.
i saw this video today and definitely would have tried it. !! you never know. good luck. it takes time and then it shuts off like a faucet and your baby will wake up one day with a smile on his face
Post by jennywest224 on Apr 16, 2016 13:49:59 GMT -5
I was going through the same phase and baby wasn't sleeping for more than an hour straight. After doing lots of remedial actions, finally, I met the right solution. It was a tea formula made of herbs, babies magic tea.
Post by coliccalmsupport on Apr 29, 2016 15:50:40 GMT -5
Thank you so much for sharing your experience about Colic Calm. Our homeopathic medicine, Colic Calm, is a wonderful first recourse. It makes the most sense to start with something safe, gentle and natural...especially when it comes to newborns. Often times, it's the only thing needed to support babies as they go through their delicate digestive development in those first few months. Even if the colic is under control, there could be days when your baby can experience digestive upset that could mimic Colic. We can always assist you by contacting us at (877) 321-CALM and firstname.lastname@example.org for a customized suggestions.
Post by 10 years ago, I was you! on May 5, 2016 21:55:49 GMT -5
My first daughter was terribly colicky. She cried all day long for my entire maternity leave. I was so depressed and sad that this most wonderful even was so horrible! I would cry and research colic every day and night. She was colicky and cranky until about 4 months old. AND THEN, she became the best baby and kid and by the time she was a year old, I wanted another baby. Let me tell you, she's been the best big sister, the sweetest person and someone adored by all. She turned 10 last weekend and as hard as these days are to get through, they will be a memory. Keep putting one foot in front of the other.