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Webmaster | 4. September 2007 @ 16:17

All parents pass through a tedious period when their baby experiences baby colic. Baby or infant colic is a condition where you may find a perfectly healthy baby crying for no reason at all. Sometimes screaming also accompanies this crying and this situation is common amongst babies who are a few months old. At the age of eight months, the child may stop experiencing baby colic.

Colic is more common in the bottle fed baby, however, this does not imply that it is not seen in breast fed babies. There are cases of breast fed babies also experiencing baby colic and bouts generally occur during a specific part of the day, mostly early evening.

The cause has not been proven yet. It is found that the amount of colic in babies tend to differ from one to the other. Babies are generally considered to be suffering from baby colic even if, after all its causes have been ruled out, the baby keeps crying for hours daily, more than 3 days a week, throughout the month.

Colic was first assumed to be abdominal pain that developed with trapped gas in the digestive tract. However, it is no longer considered to be the only cause. Some doctors conclude that the baby�s delicate nature, its developing nervous system, and the new and harsh environment it lives in all generally lead to baby colic. A condition called mild gastro esophageal reflux has also been linked to it. Sometimes, babies suffering from lactose intolerance may also suffer and circadian rhythms� effects, smoking of the mother and smoke in the air, along with existence of too much stress in the pregnant mother during the third trimester of pregnancy have all been found to be associated with baby colic.

There has never been any fixed medical treatment. The treatment of baby colic differs between medical practitioners and physicians of different countries. In fact, there are some physicians who advise the baby to be left alone, and let the baby colic run its course, as there is no actual cure for baby colic. Some doctors today advise simethicone to treat baby colic; this is effective in some cases, and not in others.

Allergies in the baby and mother have now been proven to be the major cause, so it is often advised to control the diet of the breastfeeding mother. This move has in fact produced amazing results. However, it does not necessarily cure it. Soothing measures like pacifiers and rocking have found to be rather effective in calming the baby during bad bouts. Parents generally try all types of methods to cure baby colic. If you have tried several ways, but still not able to solve the issue fully, don't feel disappointed. Baby colic will last only a few months.

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Health Guru : Natural Remedies For Your Baby�s Diaper Rash
Webmaster | 12. March 2007 @ 16:17

You know that your baby's skin is a very sensitive one. You follow all the instructions of the health consultant to make your baby�s skin avoid any kind of irritation or things alike. But a worrying thing for you is his developing of rashes in the diaper area. It is so uncomfortable for your baby and you can�t bear his distress. Usually, every baby has those rashes in his diaper area at least once. There are some natural remedies that you make your baby stop suffering from those unwanted rashes.

Air circulation - Remove the diaper. Let your baby remain naked on a towel. This thing done often would decrease the chance of development of rashes. You can also pin on a cloth diaper for better air circulation.

Cloth wipes and cleaning your baby - The baby wipes available in the market have perfumes and chemicals which are harmful for the delicate skins of babies. You better clean your baby with water and wipes made of cloth. Another option is to use a soft natural soapy solution for changes.

Natural detergents - What do you use to clean diapers? It is best to use natural detergents than a commercial one as the latter is very harsh. Also rinse the diapers for a couple of time.

Changing baby as frequently as possible - I know it is boring but thinking about his baby�s comfort you have to change his diapers whenever they get soiled. Fecal matter and urine are harmful for baby�s skin and the causes of skin rashes. These materials are more harmful when your baby commences taking in solid food. Babies feeding on breasts suffer less from those rashes. Discuss with your Pediatrician if you observe that your baby is bottle-fed but still the rashes are never waving goodbye.

Along with changing baby, change his diapers. Even you can start using different type of diapers. Cloth diapers are better for the babies who have chronic rashes. Avoid the perfumed diapers; instead go for the ones by Nature Boy & Girl, Tushies, seventh generation.

Yeast infection - Yeast infection or thrush can cause diaper rashes. The above mentioned tips can stop rashes but if they still persist consult a Pediatrician. Pediatricians generally prescribe antifungal; medication. Gentian Violet is also a good try and can be found in drugstores. Take recommendations from your doctor before buying it. Another tip is to dissolve a tablespoon of baking soda and soak cotton balls in it. Pat the cotton balls on your baby�s back after every change.

You can ask your doctor to recommend a brand or dose for acidophilus which can fight yeasts and are good to diminish rashes if those has occurred due to your baby's taking antibiotics.

Bottom balm - a diaper rash natural cream is good for baby's skin. Make sure the cream is made of natural ingredients like vitamin E, primrose oil, and calendula.

Consulting doctor - talk to doctor if the rash is persistent that is caused often by food allergy. The doctor may recommend a new diet chart.

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