0 Month Old Babies Rarely Cry?
At night, I have just been blessed with a child, this is just entering the age of 3 weeks, but my child rarely cried when pee, pooped and had had a chance to push his stomach accidentally by the son of a friend rather loudly and did not cry, crying only when asking for milk or is it normal? Before my wife’s birth process was induced or vacuumed, but finally it was creaking because I felt sorry for my wife, and in my child’s head there was a lump of vacuum that had not been deflated until now,
Hello Indra, thank you for asking.
Babies cry as a form of communication. Generally conditions that cause babies to feel uncomfortable will make babies cry. For example, hunger, taste, pain, uncomfortable temperatures, unpleasant sounds or odors, and so on. However, babies also have their own personality traits. Same is the case with adults. Some babies have calmer characters so they rarely cry.
You don't need to worry too much first. Observe your baby. If the baby does not experience problems in breastfeeding, bowel movements and bowel movements are good, there is no nausea, vomiting, normal weight growth, the response to stimulation from the environment is also good, and there are no other symptoms suspected of being caused by the disease, then your baby is most likely in good health .
If you are worried about a central nervous (brain) disorder due to a difficult birth process, cognitive disorders generally begin to appear when the child is several months old. Cognitive disorders may cause impaired response and motor development in infants. But it is difficult to detect in babies who are still very young.
Right now, you don't need to worry too much first. Keep giving exclusive breastfeeding or formula milk if indeed your baby drinks milk. Provide regular stimulation for optimal baby development. Routine control regarding weight growth and body length.
Hopefully this answer helps you to be more calm. Regards.