25 articles with between 300 and 600 words each, including:
The Relationship Between Breastfeeding and Colic
What is Baby Colic?
Colic in babies and horses
Symptoms of Equine Colic
Colic symptoms in babies
Colic in Babies
Dealing with a colicky infant
Colic is so common among infants that most people are not surprise anymore when it happens. Still, for the first time mom it can be a harrowing and
panicking experience especially with her normally quiet angel screaming non-stop in the background. It is usually manifested at about two to three weeks of age. It becomes more prominent during the first two months and subsides at three months old. Colic altogether stops at about three-and-a-half to four months of age.
Colic is actually not so dangerous. It might seem so though from the way babies would cry and scream at the top of their lungs. In fact, it can be so common that parents may experience an episode on a daily basis; and after the first episode, parents usually learn to handle succeeding ones with aplomb.
Still, physicians and scientists cannot pinpoint up until now just what exactly causes colic. It just happens.