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Baby Stomach Hard Before And After Feeding
It seems that pumping after feeding makes the baby feeds longer time in next feed after 2 hours. I am regular breast feeding, twice pumping when out?
How can I avoid gas traped in my baby's stomach during feeding. It makes her uncomfortable. She is feeding on both breast and formula milk (nan 1).
6 months or later: Most babies are ready to eat solids once they are about 6 months of age. This is the age they reach for things , able to transfer objects from hand to hand and put things in the mouth. They also start teething about this time.Start with rice cereal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Is it okay to breast feed my 6 months old baby after 8 to 9 hours of gap from previous feed?? Shoud I sqeeze little and later feed??
Yes: If you can pump your breasts or hand express between, it would be nice. But, it is still ok to breast feed after the 8-9 hr break. The milk did not spoil. ...Read more
My baby girl is 50 days now and im only breaat feeding her, what if I don't burp her after each time she feeds? And when can I start giving her water?
Between 4-6 months: Infants can start being introduced solid foods between 4-6 months ...Read more
No: Stooling patterns for infants are very different from adults. Some newborns poop after every feed (yes that can mean 8 times a day!). Some breastfed babies, however, absorb all the nutrients in the milk and can go up to a week without a poopey diaper. As long as your baby is gaining weight well, his stool is soft, there's no blood in the diaper and the stool isn't a white color its probably ok. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Baby spits up even 1 hour after feeding (since birth,now 2 mo).sometimes refuses bottle and cries.few seconds before spit she cries. what can this be?
GERD: Frequent spitting-up in young infants are most often caused by gastroesophageal reflux (GER). Spitting-ups can be reduced by feeding a thickened formula, adding 1 tablespoon of rice cereal per ounce of formula on every feeding. Consult with your son's pediatrician for further details and other standard treatment for GERD including antacid. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why is my two monrh old baby falling asleep during bottle feeding before finish the bottle and than waking up after 10 or 15 minutes to continue?
Maybe abnormal : This may be normal or it could be a sign your baby is working too hard to eat. See your pediatrician to review your baby's growth and overall health. If there is something else making your baby fatigued while eating, your doctor can detect what the trouble is. ...Read more
Postprandial pain: If you have abdominal pain after meals, this could be a number of things. However, the most common cause is gallbladder dysfunction. Suggest to have gallbladder evaluation. Other possible causes including slow stomach (gastroparesis), colon cancer, or just simply indigestion. If symptoms persists and progressed, please discuss with your doctor. ...Read more
My 1 month old spits up clear loquid after feedings and she will cry atleast 15 to 20 minutes after and right before spitting up. is this normal?
Normal: Babies do spit up a bit ,it may be due to over feeding as they have small stomach or need burping after feed .Feed your baby every 2 hrs 2-3 oz at a time and burp for 15 minutes or so .This may help ,if not then talk to your doctor and get the baby checked up . ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
New born hates tummy time. She's 3 weeks old. I can only put her on her stomach during supervised naps and burping. Sometimes when I carry her. Help!
Short periods: Try putting her on her tummy on a firm surface for short periods while she's awake. Get down in front of her, so she needs to raise her head slightly to see you. Talk with her or play with her. Use a bright toy for her to look up at. When she starts getting fussy, you can change her position, but keep trying several times a day. She'll start to get used to it and enjoy it more. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 6 week old baby is spitting up clear liquid and sometimes milk few hours after feeding also cries like in pain and uncomfortable ?
Sounds like it could: be reflux,caused by the floppy valve between the stomach and esophagus which allows fluids and acid to come back up.This is very common in babies and is usually outgrown by the end of the first year of life,if not before.It is a benign condition as long as your baby is gaining weight. However,since your baby seems to be in pain,you should discuss it with his/her doctor for possible treatment. ...Read more
When you are ready: As soon as the kid can sit in a high chair near the table, they are easily drawn into sampling what you eat.Be sure to plan meals with at least one item you can mash up and offer to them.Texture is often an issue but the kid will often be willing to sample what it sees others eat. ...Read more
Is it normal for a nursing mother's breast to feel softer, even empty at time (not right after feeding)? My child is 3 weeks old.
Breastfeeding proble: It is possible that you are not producing adequate milk. Try nursing your baby more often, like every 2 hours, and at the same time, increase your fluid intake. ...Read more
Variable: This is variable but a common question. Generally infants don't need more than 32 oz of milk per day and this will decrease depending on how much food the infant eats. At a year many infants are taking about 15-20 oz per day in my experience. Some infants will eat more food than others but all will naturally adjust milk intake dependent on food intake. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My newborn baby is both bottle and breast fed. He has been spitting up very severely after every fed & chokes while eating, very gasy. How to cure?
Talk to your doctor: These problems happen to a lot of moms and babies. To sort out how big a problem it is and what is the best treatment, talk to your baby's doctor. It's important to figure out how best to feed wihout choking and how to have less spitting up. Both are risks for cough and pneumonia, as well as poor growth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
4 month old daughter not eating enough formula after being introduced to pablum . How can I get her to still take her bottle after eating pablum?
Bottle first: A kid does not need to begin solids before 6 mo and if so the quantity can be small, a tablespoon or two. A kid that age is growing fast and breast milk or formula offer a better blend of nutrients than any pablum.Waiting until 6 mo and limiting pablum amounts can assure better growth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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