My 3 week old daughter cries inconsolably at least for 3-4 minutes before she urinates, but not all the time. Sometimes she cries for a few seconds. She doesn’t cry if she urinates in sleep.
Did anyone face similar problems with their baby(ies). Please reply.
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Reasons For Baby Crying When Urinating
Does your baby have any other symptoms of problems, such as brightly colored or smelly urine? The crying could be due to a urinary tract infection and if I was you I’d contact a doctor to have them analyze a sample of the urine. You can find more symptoms of urinary tract infections in infants here and see if your baby has other signs of illness too.
Of course, a diaper rash could also make it painful for your baby to pee, as well as some small tearing.
Finally, you can also search for the term elimination communication, which has to do with babies’ natural ways of communicating very early that they need to go. Soemtimes crying before peeing is simply natural and be used by parents for early potty training.
Wish you good luck!
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