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How Do I Know My Baby Is Getting Enough To Eat If He Spits Up Frequently
Spitty babies: The bottom line here is in the numbers. The newborn and young infant should gain about an ounce a day (some more, some less based on birth factors). If your baby is meeting those weight gain goals, you can rest assured that enough is staying down despite the spit up. If your baby is not, or if s/he is experiencing pain associated with feeding or spit up, be sure to talk with your pediatrician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Reflux: Reflux by itself is with us thru out life. If you can burp/belch/spit up then you reflux. Reflux disease implies important negatives:pain, weight loss, etc. Reflux without pain is normal and common in babies.Upright posture after meals helps most of us avoid it. As long as babies feed often and lay flat, gravity is not helping keep the food down & they may have it. ...Read more
Why would mybaby choke spit up and turn blue nermous times what should I do chan babies lose brian cells when their blue
Can mixing infant mortrine in my babies formula have the same affects as though i give it alone. She spits any mess out when i give it to her by itsel?
My babies toes are spit... is it ok to clean the spit and super glue them back like i do on my own when the same thing happens?
No: I would not recommend applying super glue on a baby. Their rate of healing is much faster than an adults and an cuts will typically heal within a couple of days. Protect the toes and if you are concerned with non-healing or infection please see a specialist immediately. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Spitting Mucus: Hello! Newborns may spit up mucus leftover from amniotic fluid up to 72 hrs after birth but tends to resolve sooner. If the saliva seems excessive, a doc visit is needed to check for issues of the esophagus. Spitting up milk is also common in newborns and should be discussed with your doc to ensure it's normal infant reflux. For future consults, my link is healthtap.com/vanessanealmd PNYTKV. ...Read more
Reflux: It is most likely due to infant gastric esophageal reflux (GED). It is very common in infant due to the anatomy at this age. Make sure burp them after each feeding and keep upright position for another 15min after feeding. May elevate the head of the bed/crib 15-30 degree to prevent reflux. ...Read more
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