Colic is one thing I remember all too clearly for the
first four months with our youngest in particular! Hubbie and I used to take it in turns to eat our dinner (or do
anything come the evening) whilst the other did lots of gentle rocking and
pacing which seemed the only thing that helped ease the screaming!
Colic is hard to live with as its awful seeing your new
little one uncomfortable and distressed and of course it can wear you down
after awhile. We quickly found the
benefits of infacol and life became considerably easier after that point. It was a halleluiah moment indeed!
since then things have improved further still now there is a new web app with a
multitude of video responses to all your colic concerns that might be plaguing
you. The 24/7 clinic is an excellent
resource day or night, not only addressing your worries but also offering
site is easy to use and the diagnosis tool is very handy indeed. A grumpy crying baby might not always be
suffering from colic, so its good to be able to rule it out as an option. But it offers lots of guidance, like
ensuring adequate winding of your child and trying a little fruit juice in cooled
boiled water if they are constipated or introducing some baby massage into your
comes as no surprise that this app was launched by infacol, being the number 1
seller of infant colic remedy in the UK, they are in a position to know more
than most on the matter and of course they also had their expert midwife, Nikki
Khan to hand.
virtual colic clinic is available at www.colichelp.co.uk
and I will definitely be encouraging any new mums that way! I have enjoyed having a look around the