Colic is often associated with infants, but it can occur in adults too. Infant colic: occurs in some babies during their first months. It refers to when a baby cries with no obvious cause and the crying lasts for more than 3 hours a day, 3 days a week for at least 1 week. Sep 12, · Colic: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment (Baby & Adult) Digestive Health, Health / Last Modified on September 12, Although babies communicate through crying, there are some kind of cries that just do not stop regardless of all the comfort the baby is given.
A control group was recruited without colic and observed in the same manner as the colic group, but breastfeeding mothers stayed on their normal diet. No food was provided. Results: In total, 27 mother-baby pairs were recruited. Of these 13 from the colic group and 7 from the non-colic group had complete evaluable data to analyse.