Babies Aged 3.5 Months Cry A Lot?
my child is 3.5 months old. r nAnd there have been 2 weeks of crying a lot. r nSometimes I cry loudly for no reason even though the diaper is not wet, there are no rashes, the air temperature is not hot. r n nAnd when she’s crying, her face is red, her hands are clenched into a fist, her body is curved and it is very difficult for her to stay still. r nDisusuin doesn’t want to and my child is fully breastfed. r nShe even wants to breastfeed in a semi-conscious condition. r nAnd she often crying at night. r nWhy yes and what I should do. r nBecause my husband doesn’t want to be invited to the pediatrician because he thinks it’s just a sleepy baby’s cry. r nThank you
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Babies who are 3 months old are often unable to adapt to environmental conditions that are not always comfortable, such as in the mother's womb. This makes the baby wake up and cry more often, especially when not in the mother's arms. This condition can be a natural thing, for example triggered by:
An uncomfortable environment, not only because of the heat, but also because it is too cold, too noisy, too glare
Use of uncomfortable clothes or diapers, for example the diaper is wet, the clothes are too tight, the material is hot
Hunger or thirsty, for example when you want to breastfeed (babies at 3 months of age usually still suckle every 2 to 3 hours)
Other discomfort in the body, for example due to canker sores, swollen gums, colic, pain, cough, runny nose, other body
Judging from the information you convey, it is possible that your condition is not dangerous, because it does not appear accompanied by other complaints, such as fever, seizures, vomiting, abdominal pain, and various other complaints. However, to be sure, it is highly recommended to have your child examined directly by a pediatrician so that further evaluation can be carried out. That way, the doctor can determine the best treatment for dealing with your child's complaints.
As a mother, of course you have strong instincts regarding your child's health condition compared to other people. Therefore, if you feel your baby is uncomfortable and is crying loudly, calm him down immediately, the way can be by hugging him, breastfeeding him, or also singing a comfortable hum. Create a comfortable and clean environment for the baby, give your child comfortable clothes, and make sure you only give your child exclusive breastfeeding until they are 6 months old.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah