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.
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Question: mera beta 16 month old h aaj morng se vomit kr raha h kuch b khaya jo kha raha h wo nikal raha h kya kru
Answer: hello.. dear In toddlers, a sudden bout of vomiting is most commonly caused by a tummy infection, such as gastroenteritis. This is usually brought on by a virus, which may also give your child diarrhoea .Older children can drink fluids in addition to oral rehydration solutions. Children with diarrhea should avoid fruit juices and soft drinks because they have high sugar content that can make the diarrhea worse. If your child is vomiting but doesn?t have diarrhea, he can try taking small sips of a clear fruit juice or water.
If your child has been able to take in fluids without vomiting after the first eight hours, gradually reintroduce solid foods. For younger children, start with bland foods such as applesauce, mashed bananas, or infant cereal. Older children (over 1 year old) can be given crackers, toast, mixed grains, soups, mashed potatoes, or white bread. A normal diet can usually be continued about 24 hours after the vomiting has stopped.
Question: hlo.meri beti shes 1month old .2,3days se dhoodh nikal rahi hai muh se ..is it ok or nt
Answer: Hello! This is common in babies which is called reflux. Try to burp her after every feed.
When you are lying her, make sure her chest and head is little higher than the bed level. You can do this with the help of a soft pillow.
Question: Hie mera baby 2 months ka h n wo milk peete hi nikal deta h wat to do plz suggest
Answer: Give him burp after each feed that's not all milk it's body liquids and acid.
Burping releases air trapped in your baby's stomach, making him more comfortable and less fussy. Burping also frees up room in your baby's tummy so he can settle in and feed longer.
Burping can also be beneficial for babies who spit up often. And for bottle fed babies it becomes even more important as there is air sucked by babies.