3 months old baby

Question: My baby won't burp after every feed, wat to do, is it compulsory

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Answer: Hi. Yes burping is very important because if air would be traped inside your baby can be colic and that would be very problamatic for both of you. So keep your baby on shoulder atleast for 20 mins if baby would burp its good but if dont then also it would be fine. But do keep baby on shoulder for 20 mins atleast. Good luck.
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