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Baby won’t stop crying(8 Posts)
I would go back to the Dr's. My son didn't have any tests before being prescribed medication for silent reflux. He was being sicky but hadon't all of the symptoms , which I described to the Dr. I was on my knees with exhaustion and honestly don't know what I would have done if the second GP hadn't taken me seriously. You and your baby don't need to suffer. I hope you get some help.
He’s on prescribed because he’s continuously sick for hours after feeds and was very colicky/ reflux but awaiting tests! I will try the white noise
Also if it IS reflux, your gp can prescribe ranitidine. I spent 3 weeks sitting upright all night with dc2 on my chest before having an absolute meltdown in the doctors. The first gp wouldn't prescribe anything. The second would. Within a week the baby was so much happier and a few weeks later was sleeping 8-4 on a raised mattress!!
didn't last though
Have you tried a different bottle? My little one used to get a bottle of formula before bed and Tommee Tippie bottles really didn’t agree with her. Changed to nuk and no more problems!
If you can pay for a private ped appointment. It sounds like pain from reflux or CMPA. Try: really loud white noise (download an app on your phone), hold baby in a carrier and do squats, go for a walk outside with the baby in a carrier nice and snuggled up, draw baby's knees up and rotate the legs together clockwise to help relive trapped wind, hold upright for 30 min after a feed, ear defenders for you! It will get better!
What's the prescribed milk for? Reflux? Have you held him upright, Bob him about, loud white noise .
Babies cry for all different reasons the most common reason is because of colic. Does he cry more towards the evening or throughout the day? When my Daughter was around 6 weeks she would always start crying around 8pm and it would last hours no matter what I did until I used Infacol and soothing white noise always does the trick even till this day fortunately the constant crying stopped they go through a crying peak time but definitely check in with your Doctor/Health visitor they’ll be able to help you find a solution
My 6 week old won’t stop crying, he doesn’t want his bottle doesn’t want a dummy nappy has been changed! He is on prescribed milk waiting for an appoint with pediatrition can anyone help