The term colic is used to describe any otherwise-healthy, well-fed baby that cries for more than three hours a day at least three times per week for more than three weeks, according to BabyCenter. Typically starting arou... More »

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Home remedies for baby colic include changing the baby's food or milk, changing the nipple type of the bottle and medications such as gas drops or anti-reflux medicine, explains WebMD. It is important to check with a ped... More »

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Treatments for colic include eliminating caffeine and milk from a breastfeeding mother's diet, switching a baby from cow's milk to soy milk, burping a baby often to limit air intake and holding a baby upright after feedi... More »

WebMD states that symptoms of colic in babies include crying for no reason for more than three hours per day. Most infants cry up to two hours per day, but babies with colic tend to have prolonged crying spells at regula... More »

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An early ultrasound can detect the baby's heartbeat at around eight weeks gestation, according to BabyCenter. The developing baby's heart starts to beat at around six weeks after conception. More »

A pregnancy due date calculator calculates a due date by counting 40 weeks from the day that the last menstrual period started, according to BabyCenter. This method assumes that conception occurred two weeks after the la... More »

Calculating a baby's due date generally involving moving 40 weeks ahead of the first day of the mother's most recent period, according to BabyCenter. Determining the conception date more precisely requires tracking ovula... More »