Similar Questions with Answers
Question: My baby often vomits after breastfeeding...may i know the reason...my baby is two months old..
Answer: Hi dear,
Baby spitting is common .but if the baby vomits large amount of milk,it could be due to either over feeding or not burping.baby needs to be burped no matter how small the feed could be.burping could take 5 minutes to 45 minutes.but be patient and burp the baby as baby could be in distress,as the air trapped in the gut is not able to come out due to which baby can't feed more.
Question: My baby is two months old he is having cough what is the solution
Try these remedies for cough :Heat ghee in a pan,add camphor (kapur)in the ghee,warm it till the camphor melts,cool it.Apply it on your baby's chest,back and below feet as well.The second one is mixture of mustard oil with ajwain and garlic.Apply this too to your baby's chest,back.Give ajwain potli compress on baby's chest or give ajwain steam.These are all helpful remedies for getting rid of cough.
Question: Hi.. My baby vomit only once in 2 day or 3 day.. But as he vomit more nd the he vomits through his mouth nd also from his nose.. As be vomits from his nose he find very difficulty in breathing for a while.. Nd he become very loose nd quite.. Plz tell me is that normal.. As i am worried
Answer: Hello dear. As per doctor it is quite normal. I had consulted paed for my daughter and she said it is perfectly fine. The only thing she said is to burp the baby so that the milk gets digested. Just ensure that u make ur baby burp after every feed so that this doesnt happen. But if it does do not worry it is quite normal.
Different types of burp techniques:-
1.) Burp ur baby sitting on ur lap-:
Put a cloth bib on your baby or a cloth over your lap to catch any spit-up.
Sit your baby on your lap facing away from you.
Use one hand to support his body, the palm of your hand supporting his chest while your fingers gently support his chin and jaw. (Make sure you're not putting your fingers around his throat.)
Lean your baby slightly forward and gently pat or rub his back with your other hand.
2.) Or Face down across your lap-:
Put a cloth over your lap to catch any spit-up.
Lay your baby face down on your legs so she's lying across your knees, perpendicular to your body.Support her chin and jaw with one hand. Make sure your baby's head isn't lower than the rest of her body so blood doesn't rush to her head.Pat or rub her back with the other hand.
Note: If you don't get a burp after a few minutes, try a different position. If that doesn't work, it's fine to stop – your baby may not need to burp.
Hope this helps.