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Why is my newborn infant baby crying often for no reason?

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When my infant newborn son was born, for one month I didn't have any problems with him crying a lot. Mostly my infant newborn slept for a long period of time, only getting up at intervals of two hours for milk feeding from my wife. Sometimes, baby would cry because he peed or poop and he doesn't feel comfortable with wet diapers. After drinking milk, baby likes to burp in an upright position and stay awake in upright position until he feels that milk is digested in his stomach. If at times, I forgot to let my infant baby boy burp, he usually ends up stomach reflux causing him to puke out milk from his mouth.

However, now he is two months old, and he is not the same anymore. He starts crying for no reason even though we have fed him well, changed his diapers when needed, cleaned him well giving him occasional bath and regular sponging. We did all we could to calm and sooth our baby. First we thought that he could be intolerant to milk protein or have indigestion, but Baby's doctor prescribed our baby medicine which didn't help much. So we stopped with medicine for our baby infant after we found out that it didn't help much. Does anyone has any good tips or suggestions to offer to help with this baby crying problem?
asked in Saint John by Randy Goodman (106 points)

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