Cause Babies 4 Months Of Age Often Cry Every Night?
my child is now 4 months old, he was once treated for yellow, after coming home from the hospital he was crying doc. Every night crying, if it was okay, why was it, if he cried the night then until 2 hours it’s late, it’s definitely crying. Is that normal?
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Crying baby is a natural thing, and usually the baby cries for a long time bada against each baby. The average baby cries about 5 minutes. Some reasons babies cry can be caused by several things, such as:
1. a thirsty or hungry baby
2. baby fever
3. The baby feels pain like after hitting or falling
4. want something he likes
5. afraid, like meeting with other people who have never met
However, if the baby cries for hours at a certain time such as crying for hours at night and your baby has had jaundice before, then this condition may be caused by someone disturbing the comfort or your baby feels bad complaints on his body such as in the stomach. This condition is often caused by a baby's stomach that is bloated or feels twisted. Whenever you are breastfeeding to help reduce your baby's hunger, sometimes this crying complaint will reappear. So if your baby was previously treated by a pediatrician because your baby is yellow, and now your baby often cries at night, you should visit your pediatrician again.
The doctor will examine and evaluate this condition. If necessary, the doctor will carry out further tests either blood tests for evaluation of previous jaundice, radiological examination or other supporting examinations. The results of the examination will be a reference for the doctor to determine the cause of this complaint is a reasonable condition, or other medical conditions that affect it, such as jaundice he has experienced, your baby's diaper is wet, digestive disorders, or your baby is sick or flu. Care, treatment and recommendations will be given by doctors to help reduce this complaint.
For now, if your baby cries for a long time at night, some efforts you can do, such as:
1. give milk or milk if the baby is hungry
2. Change your baby's diaper which may be moist, making your baby uncomfortable
3. Condition the room temperature around your baby comfortably
4. Move your baby's feet away and closer to the abdomen to help reduce colic or stomach pain if caused by colic
Thus the info we can convey.