Understanding Colic: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment – Podcast Ep 104

Understanding Colic: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment – Podcast Ep 104


Mother trying to calm her crying baby girl in bed. Motherhood.

Bringing home your new baby is a time you’ve looked forward to all pregnancy and a moment you will never forget. Getting home and figuring out your new routine as you heal and bond with your baby is a whole other adventure. This is especially true if your baby has colic. This fussiness and what feels like constant crying can be tough on anyone. All you want to do as a parent is calm your baby and make them happy and comfortable. No one knows this better than our guest today, pediatrician Dr. Deena Blanchard. Two of her sons had colic when they were babies, and as a pediatrician, she has helped hundreds of families during the postpartum time. So if you’re wondering what colic is, what you can do to support your baby, and want a better understanding of colic, listen to this episode. She is sharing with us her experience and expert tips! 

Who is Dr. Deena Blanchard?

Dr. Deena is a mother and renowned pediatrician passionate about colic, breastfeeding, and child development. She received the Alpha Omega Alpha and American Medical Women’s Association Glascow-Rubin Achievement awards. We are very honored to have her on our show.

Let’s Talk About Colic

Today, Dr. Deena is chatting with us about colic — the causes, the symptoms, and the treatments, so we all can completely understand colic. Whether you are experiencing colic with your baby, know a friend dealing with this issue, or maybe you’re expecting and want to prepare yourself just in case your new little one has colic in the future, this episode is for you.

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