Its happened 4 times now.....3 around the 7pm mark and twice during the day. Miller screams with proper tears as if hes heartbroken !!! It lasts about half hour to 45 mins.....until he tires himself out from screaming.
He has suffered with colic previous to this but nothing like this!!....i thought he was getting over it !!
What do you think it is ???
He also has been throwing up alot more....sometimes his full feed ??
I have no idea hun but DS has started doing it this week too? I'm fairly sure it's not related to feeding or hunger (he doesn't pull his legs up and he can be pacified, just takes longer than usual) but he keeps screaming bloody murder for no apparent reason??? He's been a right grump this week!
I have just posted about this in baby club too as my lo started doing this last night - full on screaming for no apparent reason. It's horrible not being able to comfort her or know what is wrong. I have been wondering whether to call dr too but in between the screaming sessions she has been fine. She is still feeding and her nappies are the same as usual
I have the same problem, Paige is normally grotty in the evening but this morning she just started screaming for no reason.. Calmed down after 30 mins or so. She did it twice since. But did a poo and it seemed to have stopped.. Could be trouble passing number twos, reflux or a stomach bug. I panic every time she acts differently or cries for no reason.. She had two green poos yesterday and wonder if that had anything to do with it
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