Dear It's normal for babies to vomit as their bodies adjust to feeding. They bring up small amounts of milk when they burp, which is known as possetting. They do have gastric reflux Which may cause baby to bring up a little milk after a feed, and can also give her hiccups, baby cough after bringing up milk if it gone wrong way This is normal as long as your baby is well, you don't need to worry. Baby will be irritable and will sometimes feed poorly due to reflux. But she soon outgrow this problem as her digestive system matures.
*Keep her as upright as possible during feeds and immediately after.
*Feed in small quantities and more frequently.
*Keep her head and shoulders slightly raised as she sleeps.
*Burp her during her feeds as well as right after her feed.
check with your doctor first He will tell you whether it is a case of reflux in the first place and the best remedy for your baby.
Answer: Hi dear
It's called reflux. Usually happens in small babies.
It's because the stomach valve is still growing and that's why the babies have reflux
You can follow the below steps to help.
1) please burp the baby after every feed. Make sure she burps at least 3 times after every feed.
2) you should remember one thing only the excess intake is coming out from their mouth. So nothing to worry at all
3)Reflux is normal upto 3-4 months of age.
While feeding, baby takes air along with milk.
When u hold baby in upright position for burping, air bubbles come up settling milk down. Sometimes, excess milk comes as a reflux ..
4) while feeding kids tend to swallow air and that's why as soon as you put the baby down, they tend to bring it out
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