All this night I had no sleep; but the hunger was now turned into a disease; and I had a terrible colic
and griping, by wind instead of food having found its way into the bowels; and in this condition I lay till morning, when I was surprised by the cries and lamentations of my young master, who called out to me that his mother was dead.
Immediately a place Before his eyes appeard, sad, noysom, dark, A Lazar-house it seemd, wherein were laid Numbers of all diseas'd, all maladies Of gastly Spasm, or racking torture, qualmes Of heart-sick Agonie, all feavorous kinds, Convulsions, Epilepsies, fierce Catarrhs, Intestin Stone and Ulcer, Colic
pangs, Dropsies, and Asthma's, and Joint-racking Rheums.
Born in an auspicious hour, and - but for that colic which, alas
But I would ask thy Holy One - stand aside, rogue - a charm against most lamentable windy colics that in mango-time overtake my daughter's eldest.
When her young Shaitan's colics are cured perhaps we poor people may be suffered to -'
They ate, of course, apart, and afterwards the old lady, more or less veiled behind a window, returned to the vital business of green-mango colics in the young.
You told me he was very much in love," he concluded slyly, and leered in a sort of bu colic
A: We honestly think it's a tossup as to who suffers more when an infant is caught in a bout of colic
-- the baby or those trying to help him.
I was relieved to find she had spasmodic colic
which, mercifully, was easy to treat.
reuteri Protectis and included a total of 345 infants with colic
The incidence of colic
and spitting up episodes were recorded for three months.
As well as the intense crying, other symptoms of colic
can be clenched fists, an arched back, and a red or flushed face in an otherwise completely healthy baby.