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Harls123 Thu 02-Jan-20 18:47:10

My 14 week old baby is crying for no reasonz only time she isnt is when shes asleep or feeding. I comfort her she dosnt stop, check the list off shes still crying, is this normal or do i need to see a doctor?

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SonEtLumiere Thu 02-Jan-20 18:56:54

She isn’t crying for No reason, you just don’t know it yet.

Does she have plenty of wet/dirty nappies.
What sounds does she make when asleep, is she properly winded, is it a bit better when she sits or feeds upright?
What about temperature could she be too hot or too cold?
If you hold her in a sling or baby carrier is she happy?
Has it always been like this? Could she be teething (a bit early but possible)
I would make an appointment with the GP, but you will have to help them with as much I do as possible.

Harls123 Thu 02-Jan-20 19:13:34

Shes breastfed so i feed her nursing, we wind her, change and she does have plenty wet and dirty nappys.
At night she dosnt sleep well, shes up wriggling and wont sleep on her own.
Having a mare at the minute

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JanewaysBun Thu 02-Jan-20 20:01:14

Dairy allergy? Common and can manifest in pained crying

SonEtLumiere Thu 02-Jan-20 20:14:06

If she is wriggling in her sleep, my guess is that she isn’t fully winded. Even BF babies can take ages (voice of experience smile).

Suggestions would be:
If you put her into the cot on her tummy, but knees up. (Similar yo the child’s pose in yoga) and then pat her bum it will help her get the wind out.
Helping her to do bicycling movement, while she is on her back.
Rubbing her tummy with anti clockwise half moon motions.

Avoiding Farty-Foods in your own diet.

Harls123 Thu 02-Jan-20 20:47:12

At the moment she isnt in her cot, that is another battle on top of the battle with the bottle, i have the most stubborn baby and im the softest person.
Shes currently yogaing on her tummy on .y chest breathing heavy... could that be a sign of anything to be worried about

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SonEtLumiere Thu 02-Jan-20 20:55:50

Breathing heavily but not crying! Sounds lovely.
Once she is asleep I think I would try to pop her in the cot

Harls123 Thu 02-Jan-20 21:01:10

Wish me luck ! Thanks for your replies xx

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JiltedJohnsJulie Fri 03-Jan-20 08:24:07

One way you can usually get them to settle is the tiger in the tree hold. Have a look on YouTube for it smile

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