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 fees so that he can digest the milk easily.
Is it a projectile vomit or spitting out?
Spitting out curdled milk is common in babies, since their food pipe is still being developed , some milk remains in the food pipe and stomach gas throws it out which becomes curdled and it is normsl.
Keep feeding the baby and burp it well after every feed.
In case of vomit i would suggest you to check once with Paed.
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