Crying | Health Encyclopedia

The keywords of this medical terms: Crying

Crying In Infants

A normal response in babies to needs or discomforts, such as hunger or thirst.

Most healthy babies stop crying when their needs are attended to.

In a few cases, persistent crying may be due to a physical cause such as intolerance of cow’s milk or an illness (such as an ear or throat infection, or a viral fever).... BMA Medical Dictionary

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