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A 24-year-old female asked:

why when i give my newborn similac advance he brings back up all?

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Dr. Alfredo Garcia
Pediatrics 56 years experience
Formula intolerance: You did not specify how many days/weeks old your newborn is. Aside from him not tolerating the formula, he maybe just taking too much formula per feeding. Other common causes are acid reflux, pyloric stenosis, urinary tract infection in girls, etc. If the vomiting persists, bring him to his pediatrician.

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Grenada
A 24-year-old female asked:

Why when i give my newborn similac advance he brings back up all immediately?

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Dr. Salma Elfaki
Pediatrics 21 years experience
It Depends: The most common cause of spitting up in newborns is over feeding. Make sure you are not giving him too much, which can easily happen if you give your baby formula. The next most common cause is reflux or the baby maybe coming down with an illness. There are also other medical problems that need immediate attention that can cause this. I suggest you call your pediatrician to get this sorted out.

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