Do all babies get colic?

Colic babies show bouts of recurrent and prolonged periods of crying especially late afternoon and evening that occur without any obvious cause and cannot be prevented or resolved by caregivers.

It affects around 20% of babies in the first year of life and usually resolves itself within 4 months.

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