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Question: My little one is 2 months old. He hardly feeds for only 10 minutes and then starts sleeping. Even if he is awake, he sucks only for 10 minutes. How long should i feed him and how frequently should i feed him?
Answer: 20 to 30mins every 2hours .. if baby is satisfied 10mins is enf
Question: hi my lo is in both bf+ff. just now I fed him directly after that offered 90ml of FF.. he took both and while making him to burp he made a solid sound burp followed by milk spit up. last few days he is spitting milk even after burping or while burping. does he mean he is over fed? otherwise he normal active kid. my ds is 2 months 2 weeks old. Thanks.
Answer: Almost half of young babies spit up regularly. The peak age for spitting up – also known as reflux – is 4 months.
When your baby swallows air along with his breast milk or formula, the air gets trapped in with the liquid. The air has to come up, and when it does, some of the liquid comes up too, through his mouth or nose.Babies take in a lot of nourishment in relation to their size, and some of them really like to eat, so sometimes they become overfilled and, well, overflow.
A newborn's digestive system isn't fully developed, either.
Question: Hi my baby is 8 days old. I am concerned about her burping habbits. After feeding I normally change her posture to upright position with her head resting on my shoulder but sometimes she dont burp even spending 10 to 15 mins in this position but after putting baby back to supine position she moans a bit and then spits up milk from her mouth. Now my question is it normal ?? Secondly is there any chance of aspiration ???
Answer: Baby spit up is common in babies under 6 months, this is called curdled milk.
it is nothing to worry about since spit-ups are just small amounts of milk throw-up. Babies feel fine and well and aren't too eager to feed again after they spit up.
There are many ways to tell if your baby just had a typical spit-up or it's already a real vomit. There are conditions where our babies need medical attention due to excessive spit-ups or that they are spitting up due to other reasons.