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Infant Colic? - Some common FAQs

Infant Colic? - Some common FAQs

Although only an estimated 20-25 per cent of the infant population suffer from colic (with 5 percent going through severe forms), most mums world-over are familiar with this word. Since colic comes from the Greek word, kolikos (meaning colon), it has been thought to be an intestinal problem. Strangely, it commences shortly after feeding but leads to bouts of colic and tears. Reading further will give you a better understanding on what colic is and whether your baby is colicky, and also the measures you can take to provide the soothing relief.

What is colic actually?

How to recognize a colicky baby?

What colic is and what it is not?

The Probable and Possible causes

What you can do for your colicky baby?

Good to know about infant colic

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