What is the reason baby always vomit milk? How to treat it?
Appreciate your sharing. Thanks.
Vomit or spit up? Small amounts of spit up are pretty normal. If it's actual vomiting it could be reflux or if you're formula feeding you could be over feeding. Either way, if it's a large amount of vomit on a regular basis I'd speak with the baby's doctor about it, they can prescribe medicine or a specific formula for babies with reflux.
my friend's baby was breastfed, she only vomited after she started to consume solid food. So it must be stomach digestion problem. Or stomach acid
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