How To Deal With Crying Babies And Do Not Want To Suckle?
sorry I want to ask r nBaby I am 4 months old he likes to play but when hungry and thirsty his child suddenly doesn’t want to suckle and he even cries out after sleeping on it before it’s right for 3 months or so. what’s the solution so that my baby can suckle as usual
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Babies cannot speak yet, so to convey what they need or feel can only be expressed by crying. Parents need to understand several reasons that can cause a baby to cry, including: the baby is sick, starving, feeling uncomfortable, fatigue, disturbed by the environment, colic pain, feeling scared and lonely. Some conditions you need to be aware of and immediately take your child to the nearest pediatrician or emergency department:
Cry more often. Crying louder or lower. Your child cannot cry at all. Your child cannot urinate. Do not stop crying. The skin looks pale, yellowish or bluish. Vomiting Difficult to eat or drink. Breathing rhythms appear faster or slower. Fever with a body temperature of 38 degrees Celsius Diarrhea You can do some effective ways to calm a crying baby. Thus, hopefully useful.