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4 Month Old Baby Spitting Up A Lot
4 month baby coughs a lot after formula tried a lactose free but still cough and phlem his not sick?
See a pediatrician: One month old babies should not be coughing in that manner. This baby needs to be seen by a pediatrician asap. One month old babies can become very ill very quickly. Please do not delay. ...Read more
My 4 month old spits up a lot and poops 4x a day. His temp is 98.2 f but his head feels hot. This started 4 days ago. Formula fed. Maybe teething?
Depends: Most babies spit up from time to time and cry when hungry, frightened, sleepy, in need of a diaper change, or simply to gain some parental attention. If crying is excessive, high-pitched, or unresponsive to soothing efforts, it may indicate a problem for which your healthcare provider should be consulted. Likewise, if spit-ups are large volume, greenish, or very forceful, seek medical attention. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Almost 3 mnth old daughter has poop in almost every diaper, extremely fussy, inconsolable, spitting up a ton. What's wrong?
My baby is 3 weeks and 4 days old. She is formula fed. The past few days, after she eats, she cries ALOT and is spitting up. Could she be constipated?
3 month old baby doing green potty with mucus 4 times day after .Strickly breast feed but last week 1 time fed with formulae.
It depends!: The frequency, color and consistency of normal infant stools vary a lot. Green is not abnormal. Mucous can reflect inflammation, as in bacterial stool infection or an allergic problem. If your baby's stools became more frequent and contained mucous only after a bottle of formula, it may be a milk protein allergy. If the baby is feeding and acting well, i'd keep nursing and talk to the doctor. ...Read more
Can a 4 month old baby cough so hard he/she breaks a rib can a 4 month old baby cough so hard he/she breaks a rib?
Baby 4 weeks old with yellow mucus for 4 days and bringing up milk formula fed should I see doctor?
Probably see doc: In this case, it may be time to see the doctor. Any newborn with symptoms that affect their calorie intake should be evaluated to make sure they are getting enough calories. You may try suctioning his/her nose with a nose freida or bulb syringe to help breathing since newborns are obligate nose breathers. Your baby may have reflux which in some cases may need treatment. ...Read more
There are times when my nursed 1 month old spits up for hours after her feeding. She spits up a lot and can't sleep. Doesn't seem right..
Spitting up: IS she gaining weight?? Does she seem to be uncomfortable when she is spitting up? If yes then she may be having reflux, which is common in newborn babies. You may discuss about medication options with you regular doctor, usually it gets better once the child is 4-6 months. Overfeeding results in spitting up as well. Please make sure she feeding well, gaining weight. ...Read more
Undigested formula: This is a very common complaint from parents. The Infants' immature digestive system takes longer to digest the milk protein. Those "white bits" you see in the stool are actually bits of undigested milk protein. This is absolutely normal and nothing to be worried about ...Read more
5 month old baby keeps throwing up a lot throughout the day. More so after feeding him formula. No matter what I do always throws up?
Other causes: A four month old does not have bowel control where he is afraid to poop. You dont mention it, but if you are breast feeding an infant can go as long as a week without pooping and is within the realm of normality. If he is on f ormula he maybe constipated by too much formula. ...Read more
My 10 week old daughter is exclusively formula fed. She still spits up a lot, and for a while after each feeding. How can I help her out?
Burp, upright: New babies, like 10 week old, spit alot. The valves that close their stomachs are not well developed, and they are also on liquid diets and eat frequently. Feed slowly, burp frequently and keep upright after feeds. There are special anti-reflux formulas that "thicken" the feeding, or alternatively, some docs like the parents to use cereal to thicken the feed. Talk to your ped! congrats on baby! ...Read more
My daughter is 6 months old and she keeps spitting up her formula after she drinks it, mostly 1-2 hours after. It comes up like spit up but smells like vomit?
She may be having: something called gastroesophageal reflux,which occurs when the valve between the stomach and the esophagus is a little floppy and allows some formula to come back up.Most babies outgrow this eventually and if she is thriving would not need treatment.If the formula is new to her, it could be a formula intolerance.You should discuss this further with her own pediatrician and have her examined there. ...Read more
4 month baby spitting up a lot.Formula change before one month. Only formula fed. What are the causes and remedies?
Many possibilities..: There are many reasons for spitting up-most commonly they not of concern BUT this is should be addressed with pediatrician. Is the baby gaining weight well? Possibly overfeeding? Spitting up is reflux BUT that doesn't mean it needs to be medically managed. More history, vital signs, and a physical exam will direct the next step. ...Read more
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