Is your baby crying uncontrollably because of gassy pain? Are you worried if your baby has colic?
You are not alone. In fact, experts say that colic happens in all babies. But, the only difference is that some babies are diagnosed with “colic” based on to which degree they cry.
About 20% to 25% of babies meet the criteria to be dubbed as colic or gassy newborn.
Though having a gassy baby is common, the exact cause of colic is still unknown. Gas buildup in babies can be annoying, uncomfortable, and painful. Sometimes, it may cause sleepless nights and disrupted feeding schedules.
It is then important to know how to spot a colic baby.
Everyone has experienced having tummy gas and, you know it’s infuriating and irritable. Can you imagine how it feels for babies? Well, here are the signs of a gassy infant and how to provide comfort.