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Why is my baby crying while bottle feeding?
If you find that your baby is crying while bottle feeding, you may be wondering why and how to fix it. If your baby is crying during a bottle feeding, it is possible that your baby might have an allergy, especially if your baby is drinking formula, but an allergy is not always the cause.
What should I do if my baby is crying after feeding?
On the other hand, if immediately after you begin feeding, your baby pulls off, arches his back and kneads against your breast, this means you have a slower let-down. You may try breast compression to ease the flow. The crying or fussing may also signal your baby鈥檚 urge to burp or pass gas.
Why does my Baby Cry for hours at a time?
If your baby seems gassy after feeding and cries for hours on end, it could be colic. Generally colic is the name for the condition where babies under 3 months, cry for at least 2-3 hours every day and cry for three or more days in the week.
Is it normal for my Baby to cry during breastfeeding?
Babies may cry during breastfeeding for various reasons ranging from simple distractions to a serious feeding problem. Although occasional crying during breastfeeding can be normal, frequent crying and refusal to breastfeeding may require medical attention and/or working with a lactation consultant-IBCLC.