You might use approaches from cuddling or feeding, through to encouraging self-soothing or controlled crying. Make sure your baby is safe in their cot or basket and give yourself a break. If possible, get your partner, a family member of good friend to take over. At six months, babies cry less as they find more and more ways to communicate, become more self-confident and able to work out the world for themselves.
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A nursing mother may pass on what she eats through breast milk.
Reflux in babies
If you suspect an allergy, talk to your pediatrician. Crying right after a feeding could be a sign of gastroesophageal reflux, also called heartburn. Take breaks and burp your baby often during meals.
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You might try special nipples and bottles designed to prevent swallowing too much air. Talk to your pediatrician. About one in five newborns get this condition, which is marked by more than 3 hours of crying a day, three times a week. It usually happens during the first month after birth. These sudden crying jags may be louder and higher-pitched than usual.