Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics SUNY Downstate, Dr. Preis has received Top Doctors recognition in the last 10 years of Castle Connelly's Directory. In this video he discusses colics in babies.
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Interviewer: Sometimes we get this babies that they seem that they crying a lot in the beginning was found at the first born, that make us parent of focusing and the pitch is turn called colic. Is such a thing excess? And what is that mean? Interviewee: Well we don’t really know what instant colic is cause by, yes there is such a condition and it is an enigma to everybody what causes it. It is a condition which the baby acts as if it is in severe pain of discomfort. We interpreted this is for babies in pain of discomfort but in reality we don’t really know it’s some kind of the process that the baby is under growing and maybe causes for such to be favor and dangerous that maybe onset by a underline condition obviously they’ll be have to determine if it is one of those conditions. And about once we rule all of the conditions such as reflux or intestinal obstruction and formula intolerance and so on, the fact that the baby’s acting as if he’s in pain, discomfort, fussy and inconsolable and may just turn out to be a infant with the colic condition which is a self limiting condition will disappear usually within six weeks to three months and the anything we will do actually is not that I resolve it. Interviewer: So it just goes the way to way they came? Interviewee: Absolutely.

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