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Other reasons for the crying of the child | my baby

Other reasons for the crying of the child | my baby

Other reasons for the crying of the child

Food allergy

Other reasons for the crying of the child | my baby

The infant can have an allergy to certain foods in his mother’s diet, or to one of the components of the infant formula that they drink, as many of the foods that the mother eats have a direct effect on her milk components, including milk, eggs, nuts, and wheat, In fact, these foods can sometimes cause 

nutritional reactions and digestive problems in the infant, such as abdominal pain, cramps, and diarrhea. On the other hand, the infant may experience an allergy to the protein found in infant formula containing cow's milk or dairy products. Which the mother consumes in cases of 

breastfeeding, as sensitivity to the protein in cow's milk may cause irritation and irritation of the infant in addition to blood in the stool, and it should be noted that what is known as lactose intolerance which is a type of sugar found in cow's milk has little effect or There is no stomach ache 

in the infant, and in fact, the infant may be suspected of having an allergy to foods if the infant cries or spits out a large amount of what he ate Within an hour of breastfeeding, or if the infant suffers from constipation or diarrhea, it is worth noting the symptoms of cow's milk allergy, which includes 

suffering from eczema or wheezing during breathing, diarrhea or vomiting, and it is worth noting that breastfeeding mothers should limit caffeine consumption; This is because it is considered one of the types of stimuli that may cause the infant to cry more and make his sleep difficult.

other reasons

Other reasons for the crying of the child | my baby

In addition to the above, we can address many other reasons that may lead to the continuous crying of the infant as follows:

 Excess feeding

 Some children cry due to flatulence as a result of excess feeding, and the distention caused by excessive feeding and flatulence due to flatulence can be differentiated by the first being causing the infant to be disturbed and discomfort for a short period of time compared to the other type.

The effect of the dress on them

 Children may cry because they feel very hot or very cold, or because they were swaddled and wrapped in a blanket, or wanted to be swaddled well.

Dirty nappy

 As feces are considered irritating to the skin, and if it is not cleaned it may cause the infant to suffer from pain and burning.

Fatigue and tiredness

 In fact, infants often find it difficult to sleep, especially if they are exhausted, and many practices may stimulate and stimulate the child, including playing visitors with him, which increases the 

the difficulty of sleeping and evidence for that is the groaning and crying of the infant at the lowest possible reason. Likewise, the baby is quieter more than usual, in addition to quieting in space.
Looking for attention

 The infant can cry when he is not near the parents, and this can be explained by the fact that since the infant needs a lot of cuddling, physical contact and a sense of reassurance, crying may be a way to 

attract some kind of attention from others in addition to the additional embrace.
 A feeling of fear and discomfort as the baby’s fear or a lot of noise, light, or activity around him can cause him to cry.

Feeling pain

 The infant may cry as a result of feeling the pain that may be caused by ear pain, mouth ulcers, diaper rash, or ulcers on the tip of the penis in male infants, and the fact that these infants cry greatly

 and they do not seem happy when they stop crying, It should be noted that fever in infants is 
dangerous until proven otherwise, so it is worth checking with the doctor for an appropriate diagnosis

 of the problems that the infant may suffer from, and the fact that Shaken baby syndrome and SBS, in short, constitute a concern, and the syndrome of the infant can be defined Shaky as a term given to a

 variety of signs and symptoms of brain injury resulting from a violent shaking of the infant, which may be accompanied by the presence of a head injury


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