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When can I stop burping my baby? | Mom Answers | BabyCenter


Aug 20, 2007 ... We leave in a month on an 20 hour drive. We can't stop every few hours to feed and burp the baby. It would take us a week to get home! At what ...

How And When To Burp A Baby | Parenting


As newborns hungrily gulp down formula or breast milk, most swallow a lot of air too. When air sits in the esophagus -- as it tends to do in babies under 2 months ...

At what age do you stop burping a baby? | Reference.com


A baby no longer needs to be burped at the age of approximately two to three months. By this age, a baby typically is able to burp on his...

Burping Baby | Ask Dr Sears


Aug 23, 2013 ... There are many different ways to get your baby to burp. Learn the different approaches to take when burping baby and how to get them to burp ...

Baby Burping: What You Should Know - Parents


"If your baby is fussy and hasn't burped yet, you may want to try burping, then stop and let them lie on your lap for a minute and then try burping again.

When Do You Stop Burping A Baby? - Circle of Moms


Jan 21, 2009 ... Is it normal to stop burping her at such a young age? ... After about 3 months or so (most) is when you stop burping a baby because babies are ...

When can you stop burping your baby? - Mommybites


May 15, 2012 ... Most parents stop burping their babies between the ages of 4 to 6 to 9 months. Sometimes babies will start to burp on their own after having a ...

What to Know About Your Baby at Week Twenty - Verywell


Sep 20, 2016 ... Now is a good time to review baby food allergy symptoms, car seat ... learn about red flag symptoms and when you can stop burping your baby.

Burping Your Baby - KidsHealth


In some babies, not being burped frequently and too much swallowed air can ... If your baby seems fussy while feeding, stop the session, burp your baby, and ...

Burping, Hiccups, and Spitting Up - HealthyChildren.org


Nov 21, 2015 ... Burping. Young babies naturally fuss and get cranky when they swallow air ... When it happens, it may be helpful to stop the feeding rather than ...