2 months old baby

Question: My baby doesn't burp after every feed. Is it OK?

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Answer: Yes it's absolutely okkk. You just put your baby up wards on your shoulders for 10-15 min even if he doesn't burp.
Answer: is it nrml bt agr burp nhi leta to koshish kre use side le k sulane ki is k dudh digest ho jaye ga
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