Doc Talk: Colic or fussy baby?


natalie-seabolt-1.jpgDoc Talk is a weekly series of short video podcasts that allow you to go on a virtual visit to a doctor’s office. We’ve asked many of the questions moms want answers to, so all you have to do is click, watch and listen to get the info you need from an expert at Mercy Health System. For more information about the doctor’s background and training, simply click on his photo to see a bio video podcast.Got a great question for a Mercy doc? Send us an e-mail with your question and we may include it on an upcoming installment of Doc Talk.

Q: My baby cries for hours on end. I don’t know if it’s colic or “normal” fussiness. What should I look for and is there anything you’d recommend to help?

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Natalie Seabolt is a pediatric nurse practitioner and dietitian at Mercy Health Center Pediatrics of Northwest Arkansas, which is located at 3101 SE 14th St. in Rogers off Interstate 540. For more info on Natalie, click on her photo to watch her bio podcast or call the office at 479-986-6120. does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. This content is for informational purposes only and isn’t a substitute for professional medical advice. Always talk to your doctor if you have questions about a medical condition. Don’t delay getting professional medical advice because of something you read online. This website doesn’t necessarily recommend or endorse any specific tests, doctors, products, procedures or opinions discussed on the site.