Question: My baby is splitting out milk after every feed she is fully on formula milk only
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.
Question: My son 2months 23 days. After drinking milk he is splitting milk means like vomiting. Can anyone suggest how to solve this problem
Answer: Hello Dear,
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.Spitting up can be caused by teething. When teething, babies tend to drool more and often swallow a lot of that extra saliva this can cause extra spitting up.
Almost half of young babies spit up regularly.
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.Babies spit up for a lot of reasons. Learn why the breast milk or formula keeps coming back up and get five great tips to reduce spit-up.Try these tips to help your baby keep his food down
* Hold your baby in a upright position when you feed him. Feeding him while he's slouched (curled up in your arms) doesn't give the formula or breast milk a straight path to his tummy. Keep feedings calm.
* Minimize noise and other distractions, and try not to let your baby get too hungry before you start feeding him. If he's distracted baby more likely to swallow air along with his breast milk or formula.If your baby's drinking formula or pumped breast milk from a bottle, make sure the hole in the nipple isn't too small, which will frustrate your baby and make him swallow air. On the other hand, if the hole's too large, he'll be gagging and gulping because the fluid will come at him too quickly after each feeding. In fact, if your baby takes a natural pause during a feeding, take the opportunity to burp him before giving him more food. That way, if there's any air, it'll come up before even more food is layered on top of it. (Don't forget to put a soft cloth on your shoulder first!)
If you don't get a burp up within a few minutes, don't worry. Your baby probably doesn't need to burp just then.
Question: My baby is 2 month 15 days old. She vomits daily after drinking milk . So u can help me ???
Reflux is baby spitting of milk it is not vomiting. You can stop dis by holding ur baby upright for 30 mins even if the baby s sleeping while u put baby to sleep elevate baby s head a bit. Change the feeding schedule from 2 hours to 2.5 hours so the baby s hungry n will drink milk better. Hope I helped