2 months old baby

Question: My baby is about two n half months old...he is on formula feeding... every second or third day he vomits out all the milk immediately after drinking...what is causing him to do so???

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Answer: Hello there your baby is to small as you said baby is only two months old so why do you give him formula feeding as this might not suitable for you kid you can opt for breastfeeding if positively
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    Dhillon Geet275 days ago

    I am unable to breastfeed him because of almost no milk supply

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