If this is a baby, then he is worried, sleeps badly, refuses to eat, pulls his legs to his stomach and cries. Older children may point to the belly as a source of pain. However, as a rule, they cannot track the exact localization of unpleasant sensations and point to the navel.
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Most often, babies can be bothered by colic, this physiological feature can last up to three months. if the baby has a stomach ache, then he starts crying immediately after feeding and no manipulations can calm him down, the baby jerks his legs strongly or presses them to the stomach. if you feel the baby's tummy, it may feel hard or you may feel bloated.