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Babies cry, but it could be colic when crying episodes follow "a rule of three or four," says Brooklyn pediatrician Anatoly Belilovsky, M.D. When your baby's crying episodes last at least three hours and occur at least three times a week for three weeks, it might be colic. Usually, colic stops when Baby's about 4 months, but it can last longer. "There are times that she?s crying two or three hours a day," says Amy Goldsmith, a mom with a colicky baby. "I'll be standing with her, and as soon as I put her down, she'll wake up." Episodes are often predictable.
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