1 months old baby

Question: my daughter she's crying when she want to poop and it's not coming only the gas is coming out

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Answer: All babies have some level of reflux. This is because their entire digestive tract is more immature than older children. The muscle that separates from the stomach is often undeveloped and opens regularly, allowing stomach acid to flow back up the throat causing burning and pain. Acid reflux in infants usually results in regular vomitings and continuous crying, Sour breath, hiccups, and physical stiffness or discomfort are more typical symptoms. you can try body massage to your baby. Elevate your baby while sleeping and eating Hold baby upright for at least 30 minutes after feeding. while feeding aviod Dairy it can cause the problem because the proteins found in this food can irritate baby’s immature digestive tract.
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