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Unusually more spit ups with resistance to feed .... After being fed on infant formula for my 2 month baby. Is this normal ?

Unusually more  spit ups with resistance to feed .... After being fed on infant formula for my 2 month baby. Is this normal ?

See pediatrician: Formula you are using may not agree with the infant, hence the spitting and reluctance to drink the formula. Discuss the problem with your pediatrician. ...Read more

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My infant is starting to spit up during feelings. Do I continue to feed him and how can I help prevent him spitting up?

My infant is starting to spit up during feelings. Do I continue to feed him and how can I help prevent him spitting up?

Feedings and spittin: Hard answer without knowing your infant's age. But are you "burping" your baby after feedings. Babies take in alot of air using bottles and nipples - burping them will reduce the air bubble. Sometimes spitting up is due to formula issues - changing to a non cow's milk formula may help. Gaviscon drops may also help. If the spitting is getting worse - dicuss this with your doctor. ...Read more

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Why does my 4-month-old baby spit up after every feeding?

Why does my 4-month-old baby spit up after every feeding?

GER: Gastroesophageal reflux is common in infants until their esophageal sphincter develops, and are prone to increased symptoms after feeds, while laying flat, with pressure on the abdomen and with rapid position changes. Common symptoms include spitting up, nasal congestion, fussiness, gagging/coughing and more. GER usually diminishes around 6 months. ...Read more

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Could babies produce more spit than adults?

Could babies produce more spit than adults?

Why Yes!: Babies start to really drool between four to six months as they start the process of teething. So they are very "drooly" from that point until they cut their molars around age 2. Be sure to have plenty of bibs and burb cloths on hand! ...Read more

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Why do babies spit/vomite. I have a month old and just wondered is it becuaes of being full?

Why do babies spit/vomite. I have a month old and just wondered is it becuaes of being full?

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

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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?

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?

Sure: Like my mother used to say, it all goes in the same place anyway. Just make sure you mix it well and she drinks all the formula in the bottle otherwise she might not ingest all of the medicine. ...Read more

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WHAT CAUSES INFANT TO CHOKE AND SPIT UP IN SLEEP?

WHAT CAUSES INFANT TO CHOKE AND SPIT UP IN SLEEP?

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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My babies keep spitting up food. Twins. 6 months?

My babies keep spitting up food. Twins. 6 months?

Usually OK: Most babies spit up food. As long as your babies are gaining weight well, there is usually nothing to worry about. Spitting up will gradually get better with age. ...Read more

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Do babies spit up more than usual when teething?

Do babies spit up more than usual when teething?

No: Babies will be teething on and off for a period of 18 to 30 months and "spitting up" isn't a feature of teething. ...Read more

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