1 months old baby

Question: My baby vomit milk too much... just after breastfeeding..and thereafter also even after 1 or 2 hour also..and it is not curdnmilk..it is watery milk...i give burp aftee every feed, even in between burp and feed she does vomit out milk

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Answer: Don't worry my lil one also do the same it will be alright after few months it's normal only. If it happens more than 5 times ask ur pediatrician for some suggestions
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