Wondering if your infant could be experiencing colic-associated crying and discomfort from temporary lactose intolerance (TLI)? If you answer yes to any of these questions, you may want to speak with your healthcare provider to see if TLI could be the cause.
Don’t forget to ask about Colief Infant Digestive Aid . You don’t have to stop breastfeeding (or radically change your diet), or, change baby’s formula! If temporary lactose intolerance is the reason for your baby’s colic symptoms, which is the case in about 40% of babies with colic-associated crying, the reduction in crying after using Colief Infant Digestive Aid will be seen in approximately three days.
- Would you describe your baby’s crying on a scale of 1 to 10 (1 being little to no crying and 10 being excessive crying) at a 6 or more?
- Does your infant seem to cry excessively after feedings, but is otherwise healthy?
- Does your infant cry for at 3 hours a day more than three days per week?
- Do you feel that your infant is excessively fussy and inconsolable?