Dr. Elizabeth Bigus
Soothing a Baby With Colic
Being a new parent can be challenging, especially if your baby experiences colic. Colic is characterized by frequent and prolonged episodes of crying with no apparent cause. These episodes can occur in infants of any age, but symptoms typically peak at six weeks and become less frequent after three to four months. Colic is more common at night, which can lead to frustration, exhaustion, and stress in parents.
Although episodes of colic can be anxiety-provoking for parents,Read More