Colic may refer to: Baby colic – a condition, usually in infants, characterized by incessant crying. Renal colic – a pain in the flank, characteristic of kidney stones. Horse colic – a potentially fatal condition experienced by horses, caused by intestinal displacement or blockage. Painter's colic and Devon colic (lead poisoning) This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title. If an internal link referred you to this page, you may wish to change the ...
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Complications
... Although you may find colic to be dramatic and stressful, you don''t need to worry that it will harm your baby. Children with colic still grow and develop normally. No evidence suggests that colic has...
Source: MayoClinic

Treatment
... Your baby''s doctor may not be able to fix colic or make it go away sooner. But medical caregivers can assist by checking to see whether your baby is otherwise healthy. They can also help you take car...
Source: MayoClinic

Self-care
... Experiment to discover what works best to ease your child''s colic. Remember, what works at one time may not work at another. Here are some ideas to try: Offer food. Sometimes a colicky baby is really...
Source: MayoClinic

Complementary and alternative medicine
... Alternative therapies for colic haven''t been proved to be consistently helpful. Herbal teas, especially chamomile and peppermint tea, chiropractic treatments, acupuncture, massage therapy and vibrati...
Source: MayoClinic

Childhood Colic
... Colic is one of the most frustrating conditions parents deal with. Your baby cries for hours on end for no apparent reason, tucking those tiny knees close to the stomach as if in severe pain. Typical...
Source: HealthWorld

Homeopathic Pediatrics
... Earlier in this century meningitis was fatal 95% of the time in children who contracted it. Now, because of the use of antibiotics, 95% of the children who get it survive. The number of infants dying ...
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Colic
... Colic has been defined as a long period of vigorous crying that persists despite all efforts at consolation. The term itself comes from the Greek word for the large intestine, reflecting the belief th...
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Colic
... Colic is one of the most frustrating conditions parents deal with. Your baby cries for hours on end for no apparent reason, tucking those tiny knees close to the stomach as if in severe pain. Typicall...
Source: HealthWorld

Colic
... A symptom complex of early infancy that is characterized by paroxysms of crying, apparent abdominal pain, and irritability. This refers to painful contractions of the gastrointestinal tract. About 10 ...
Source: HealthWorld