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Question: My baby is vomiting a lot of water like liquid..is this a serious problem?
Answer: Can you please tell that if you are giving water to your baby?
Question: No vomiting. Is it a problem?
Answer: Hi dear,
Each and every pregnancy is different.there is no rule for feeling symptoms.some mothers donot even get any nausea whole pregnancy while some get nausea till they deliver.and one mother can have different symptoms at every pregnancy.nothing to worry about.if your blood reports and scans appear fine nothing to stress about.and remember symptoms donot gaurentee healthy baby too.it depends on each body.
Question: my baby does a lot of vomiting
The most common cause of a baby vomiting in the early weeks is by some of the milk being brought up with a pocket of air, when your baby burps.
The other term for this type of vomiting is 'positing'. If milk comes up soon after a feed, it looks (and smells) fairly similar to how it went down - a milky liquid. If the milk comes up a while after the feed, it will usually be partially digested, and often have lumps of curdled milk. Partially digested breast milk doesn't tend to have a strong odour, but formula milk usually will.
If you are concerned that your baby is vomiting excessively, or seems unwell or distressed, you should seek medical advice. Vomiting in conjunction with any of the following symptoms could be a concern and require a visit to medical professional:
having less than six wet nappies in 24 hours
losing interest in feeding
having a fever
the vomit having a very offensive smell or if it consists of clear, bright yellow, orange or greenish bile fluid