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What is colic? Signs of colic

Recognise the signs of colic crying and when it isnt colic and you should take your baby to a doctor.

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What causes colic in newborns and babies?

What causes colic in babies and what does not cause colic. If it isnt colic what else could be causing the problem?

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Coping with colic and a crying baby

Babies with colic may cry a lot and new parents often feel anxious. But there are many things parents can do to make coping with baby colic easier.

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Colic in infants -

Colic is a pattern of unexplained, excessive crying in an otherwise healthy and well-fed baby and happens to 1 in 5 Australian babies.

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Colic - Better Health Channel

Caring for a crying baby with colic can be stressful, so take some time out to calm down.

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Colic in babies: what it is & what to do | Raising Children Network

Colic is when babies cry and fuss a lot for no obvious medical reason. It’s best to see a GP or nurse about colic. Looking after yourself is important too.

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Infantile colic | Australian Prescriber

Managing colicky babies. Find out which treatments work and which dont.

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Newborns behaviour | Raising Children Network

Newborn behaviour baffling you? Here's all you need on newborns behaviour with articles, videos and resources on crying, colic and more.

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Hair dye, pregnancy and breastfeeding: mum's checklist for safe use of hair treatments

Hair dye and pregnancy can go together, as can breastfeeding and hair treatments but new and expecting mums need to take special precautions when using dyes or other hair treatments. Minimising skin contact with hair dye and ensuring the area used is well ventilated are important measures. Use this checklist to ensure youve done what you can to minimise the risk of hair dye use in pregnancy and breastfeeding.

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