5-month-old Baby Screaming And Fussing?
Good night, I have a 5-month-old child, starts to fuss and starts screaming and screaming … Is that normal?
Hello Faa Al Afiffah, thank you for asking.
Baby's crying is actually a way for babies to communicate with parents. Babies may feel something that is physically uncomfortable or something that disturbs his mood, just like in adults. Parents understand the difference between crying babies when they are hungry or thirsty, when they are sleepy, when they feel disturbed, or when they are sick. Chances are your baby can feel:
hungry and thirsty. It may be that your baby starts experiencing changes in his drinking schedule so that he becomes fussy.
drowsiness or difficulty sleeping.
discomfort due to the environment, such as noise, glare, unpleasant odors, the temperature is too hot or too cold.
uncomfortable clothes or bedding.
abdominal pain or a limb, and much more.
Parents should pay close attention to when babies are fussy, in what environmental conditions. Are there other symptoms such as fever, vomiting, diarrhea, or difficulty CHAPTER, difficult to urinate, cold stones, or shortness of breath. Check the comfort of the surrounding environment, sound, temperature, smell, color, and so on. If the mother has made adjustments to the condition of the room or the condition of the house but the baby remains fussy and lasts for weeks, you can try to consult with a pediatrician. In the meantime, make sure you pay attention to any changes shown by the baby, learn the type of baby's cry or baby's expression. Hopefully this answer can help you a little. Regards.