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Los Angeles, CA – Why is my baby crying all the time? How can I help my crying baby? Parents of colicky babies ask themselves these questions when they do not know their baby has colic. Kids in the House helps answer some of these questions such as how to soothe a baby with colic. Their content is collected from parenting experts such as C. Epps and Dr. Shosh.

While most parents struggle with crying babies at some point, handling a colicky baby is a whole new challenge for any parent. In many instances, the parent can be as affected by the baby’s lack of sleep as the baby is. An awake baby usually means an awake parent. Different experts in the field have researched colic and found that there is ultimately no easy solution for every case of colic. Cases can vary and need to be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

One Kids in the House expert, Dan Thomas, Head of the Division of Gastroenterology and Nutrition, and Medical Director of Liver and Small Bowel Transplantation at the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, has one theory on the causes and effects of colic.

Another expert, pediatrician, Lawrence Kagan, explains the symptoms of colic (what to look for in a baby a parent suspects might have colic). He shares that parents should look for specific warning signs before making any assumptions about colic. While he recognizes that there is no single cure for colic, he provides a couple remedies that could potentially ease children’s suffering.

A third expert, Debi Cox, dealt with a colicky child of her own. From her personal experience, she is able to provide tips on how to cope with a colicky baby. She admits that at many points she felt utterly helpless to her baby, but that was normal. She reminds parents that they can only do their best, even when it feels like nothing works.

These Kids in the House videos are amazing resources to serve as a starting point for any parent looking to learn more about colic. Ultimately, if a parent is really struggling to take care of his or her child, a healthcare professional should be consulted. It is always better to be safe than sorry when medically assessing a child so that the baby can get the best treatment. Do not hesitate to contact your health care provider if you think you notice any colic symptoms. 

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