The baby cries after feeding
Many mothers face the baby crying after feeding, panic and do not know what to do in this case. Consider the causes and symptoms of crying, as well as find out in what ways you can reassure the baby.
The baby cries after feeding in the following cases:
- Intestinal colic occurs due to increased gas production, gases accumulate in the intestine and are difficult to separate. Since birth and up to 3-6 months, there is an adaptation of the microflora of the baby’s intestines. It is improved, developed, populated with useful microbes.
Also, increased gassing can result in ingestion of air during feeding. This happens because of the incorrect application of the baby to the breast, when the mouth does not cover the entire surface of the areola, but only the nipple itself. If your nipples are irregular in shape, that is, they are not stretched, then silicone pads will help. And you will not experience discomfort, and your child will not be capricious at capturing the nipple.
Intestinal colic is very easy to recognize: the crumb clamps the legs to the chest, groans, bends in an arc and wiggles the handles.