I have a child at home almost 9 months old.he born in December 2011 with normal delivery but after their birth he start weeping. now he is 9 month old but he so much cry. Some one suggest me why its happening?I contact with doctor and give some syrups and left weeping but after two week he start again. What you give suggestion about that problem.
Is he teething? Some babies seem to suffer more from it from others, and even though his first couple of teeth may be through, he may be suffering discomfort from the rest still coming.
Teething rings can help, especially if you chill them first so that the coolness can calm the pain in his gums.
You said he cried right from birth.
Some babies seems to suffer from some kind of head injury during delivery, that leaves them with headaches for most of their first year.
A gentle head massage should help.
Lay baby down in a relaxed atmosphere and gently rub his temples and the area all round his face, and see if he stops crying.
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