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Babies With ColicColic can be defined as uncontrollable, extended crying in babies who are otherwise healthy and well-fed.  All babies cry, but when they cry for more than three hours a day, three to four days a week, they are said to have colic. 

It's important to rule out reflux as a cause of this crying, as it's becoming widely acknowledged that many cases of colic are actually undiagnosed and untreated cases of reflux.  If your baby has reflux and you are trying to treat them with home remedies for colic, they will never get relief, nor will you. 









Browse our list of articles below for more information.

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1 Simethicone Rachel McMahon
2 The 411 On Natural Colic Remedies Jacqueline Courtiol, M.A. Ed.
3 The Difference Between Colic, Infant Reflux and GERD RMacLean
4 Colic Survival Tips Cherie Stirewalt
5 A Bit About Colic RMacLean

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*Disclaimer:The information available on this website should not be used as a substitute for professional medical care for the prevention, diagnosis, or treatment of your child's reflux. Please consult with your child's doctor or pharmacist before trying any medication (prescription or OTC) or following any treatment plan mentioned. This information is provided only to help you be as informed as possible about your child's condition.