1 months old baby

Question: My baby is 6 week old. She is crying constantly from today morning. After breastfeeding she is stopping crying. Again starting after 5 min. What we should do

Answer: Hello dear kindly check are you getting proper milk supply is the baby able to totally breastfeed herself if yes then check her stomach is she colicky because babies do not cry for any reason such young baby usually cry because of Hunger or of gas. recheck and revert Take care
Answer: See your paediatrician Baby is in pain Babies cry due to stomach pain most of the times. It is important just one checkup of stomach area will help Dr to understand for any gas or constipation issue. Do not worry.
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