1 months old baby

Question: Hi my baby is 1 month old and today he is not taking burp and vomiting everytime when he is fed and farting alot

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Answer: He may have colic. To avoid this situation make him do the bicycle exercise n make him burp after small feeds . However it's common when babies fart
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