My almost three month old baby has been "fussy" since birth. Right away I noticed that when I pick him up from a supine position, he screams. Messing with the back of his neck makes him scream. I thought this must be from the birth, but now I wonder. He also arches his back and neck while he is screaming. He wrythes around a lot and "climbs" up and claws at our chests when he is held. He seems like he is trying to climb out of his body. He is comfortable when his head is hanging down to his chest. He has reflux, but so do a lot of babies.... He also chokes during almost every feeding. I am trying to switch him to formula temporarily to see if that works, but I don't think gas is the problem. Or maybe it is, who knows... My cranio three year old also choked and gagged while nursing and couldn't swallow solids until after his second birthday. He still chokes on liquids. His operative skull showed signs of pressure wear. My baby will cry and scream for no apparent reason. He also breaks out in a cold sweat during these episodes. Maybe he is just colicky on top of cranio? Every time he wakes up he is crying pitifully. I think that I need to come up with the answers myself. The nuero doc here is unconcerned, just as he was/is with my three year old. He doesn't recommend surgery right now for baby's cranio b/c his head still looks OK. THat's fine with me, but what about pressure? Although the back of his head is sticking out so much that his head has to turn to the side when he is laying on his back. I think I am dealing with pressure for both my kids, but I don't know where to go for help. The pediatrician has no answers. My three year old has been waking up with his hands and feet numb. He also seems generally agitated, mostly refuses to eat and so is anemic and nutritionally deficient. Hopfully someone has been here before.