Babies cry. It’s their way of communicating with their parents – a way of saying, “I’m hungry” or “I’m tired”. It usually comes in short bursts and once the problem has been resolved, the crying stops.

But what happens if the crying never stops? You check all the usual baby gripes and nothing seems wrong. He isn’t hungry, he isn’t wet, and he doesn’t seem to show any signs of letting up. In fact, you are also almost in tears, too. What is going on?

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