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When is spitting up and vomiting cause for concern?
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Dr. Jay Park
Pediatrics
In brief: Severe enough to ...
1) cause inadequate weight gain or weight loss; 2) cause infant to aspirate and develop prolonged cough/wheezing or pneumonia; 3) cause heart burn manifested by unusual fussiness, arching back ; and 4) vomitus (vomited content) looks green (bile).
Medical ttention has to be sought.

In brief: Severe enough to ...
1) cause inadequate weight gain or weight loss; 2) cause infant to aspirate and develop prolonged cough/wheezing or pneumonia; 3) cause heart burn manifested by unusual fussiness, arching back ; and 4) vomitus (vomited content) looks green (bile).
Medical ttention has to be sought.
Dr. Jay Park
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Dr. Scott Katz
Pediatrics
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These symptoms are concerning if your baby does not appear to be growing well, if they are in pain, if the vomiting is becoming more frequent or forceful, if they have a fever or appear ill, or if there is blood in the vomit.
Please call your doctor right away.

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These symptoms are concerning if your baby does not appear to be growing well, if they are in pain, if the vomiting is becoming more frequent or forceful, if they have a fever or appear ill, or if there is blood in the vomit.
Please call your doctor right away.
Dr. Scott Katz
Dr. Scott Katz
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