1 months old baby

Question: Baby spitting up milk after every feed since yesterday. She is on breastfeed.plz suggest

1 Answers
Question
Answer: Hi dear, During ur baby's first few months, vomiting is probably caused by mild feeding problems such as his tummy being too full. Babies vomit often in the early weeks as they adjust to feeding and as their bodies develop. They may get reflux coz the muscular valve at end of the food pipe which keep food in the stomach is still developing. All u can do is give ur baby burp after each and every feed so that he can digest the milk easily.
Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Baby spitting up milk after every feed since yesterday.
Answer: some babies do burp late. My baby also used to take alot of time to burp and when we put her back to bed she spits all milk. So in this case its important to pat baby for atleast 30 minutes. 15 minutes upwards aDearnd 15 minutes downward baby will surely burp and also after burp dont put her down rather keep her in upwards position for sometime this will prevent vomit..
»Read All Answers
Question: My baby is spitting up milk every time after feed,at times from nose also. She spits up digested milk or fresh milk at times. Please suggest.
Answer: It is very common in babies.. just Pat on babies back after feeding till the gas comes out
»Read All Answers
Question: My baby is 3 months old. She is spitting up too much after every feed. Pls suggest me a remedy.
Answer: Hello dear.As per doctor it is quite normal. I had consulted paed for my daughter and she said it is perfectly fine. The only thing she said is to burp the baby so that the milk gets digested. Just ensure that u make ur baby burp after every feed so that this doesnt happen. But if it does do not worry it is quite normal. Buro ur baby sitting on ur lap-: Put a cloth bib on your baby or a cloth over your lap to catch any spit-up. Sit your baby on your lap facing away from you. Use one hand to support his body, the palm of your hand supporting his chest while your fingers gently support his chin and jaw. (Make sure you're not putting your fingers around his throat.) Lean your baby slightly forward and gently pat or rub his back with your other hand. Or Face down across your lap-: Put a cloth over your lap to catch any spit-up. Lay your baby face down on your legs so she's lying across your knees, perpendicular to your body.Support her chin and jaw with one hand. Make sure your baby's head isn't lower than the rest of her body so blood doesn't rush to her head.Pat or rub her back with the other hand. Note: If you don't get a burp after a few minutes, try a different position. If that doesn't work, it's fine to stop – your baby may not need to burp. Hope this helps.
»Read All Answers