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A 33-year-old female asked about a 28-year-old female:

baby keeps puking a half hour later she went from breast milk , newborn formula to now ar . the baby was tested no reflux is on zantac (ranitidine) .suggestions?

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Dr. Oscar Novick
Pediatrics 58 years experience
Milk changes: Is your baby vomiting or spitting.If she is vomiting i would be concerned about an intestinal obstruction such aspyloric stenosis, especially if she is a month old. Changing formula frequently may mean your child is getting too much milk, or getting it too rapidly. Then again, your baby may be lactose intolerant.

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