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"Kathirmaral" cracking kids who suffer from colic and vomiting by Dr. V Ganapathy Aasan

Updated: Jul 13, 2023

Colic and vomiting are two common illnesses that can cause discomfort and distress in infants. Both disorders are referred to as "colic." Colic is defined by excessive and inconsolable sobbing in an otherwise healthy baby, and it often begins within the first few months of the baby's life. It is not known for certain what causes colic, although it is thought that it is connected to difficulties that occur in the gastrointestinal tract, such as gas or indigestion, or underdeveloped digestive systems. Infants who suffer from colic may exhibit symptoms such as bouts of severe weeping, clenched fists, and a stiff or bloated abdomen, among other signs. On the other hand, the forceful evacuation of stomach contents through the mouth is what characterizes vomiting in infants. Overfeeding, acid reflux, or infections are some of the possible causes of this condition, but there are many others as well. Infants who vomit frequently may also exhibit other symptoms, including irritability, insufficient weight gain, and dehydration. It is crucial to see a healthcare professional to receive a good diagnosis and appropriate management strategies to alleviate the symptoms and guarantee the well-being of the baby while dealing with colic or vomiting in a baby. Both of these conditions can be stressful for babies as well as their parents.

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