3 months old baby

Question: My baby girl is vomiting since last night watery milk is coming out from her mouth what shoul I do?

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Answer: It is important to burp babies after each feed. It 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.
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