Cause Babies Often Shake Their Heads Like They Are Uncomfortable?
My pediatrician shakes his head very often when he is carried, he keeps shaking his head and keeps crying like he is uncomfortable, even when he is sleeping he often shakes his head as if he is uncomfortable. also still crying … I wonder why?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Shaking his head is one way to show discomfort or dislike. So that if your child often shakes his head, especially followed by continuing to cry, what needs to be the main focus here is not the activity of shaking his head, but what inconvenience he is experiencing.
The problem is, the discomfort experienced by the baby can be very diverse in shape, pain in the ears, in the genitals, in the back, in the neck, in the stomach, bloating, nausea, dizziness, and many more, all expressed by crying. That is why it is important to look at your child's overall clinical condition, by also seeing how he gained weight, characteristics of his stool, frequency of urination, movements, appearance of the skin, and so on.
For that, the best step is to have your child checked by a pediatrician, so that a thorough examination of his current condition can be carried out. His pediatrician will then start asking about whether there are problems during pregnancy, during labor, and during the early days of his life before this condition arises. If necessary, supporting examinations such as x-rays and ultrasound will be carried out, and new treatments will be determined later.
Meanwhile, meet his nutritional needs, pay attention to anything that can make him calm, make the room or bed comfortable, for example by making sure the room is not too cold or too hot, give clothes that are not tight, with mosquito nets when there are mosquitoes, and immediately check to see a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.